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Women’s soccer loses in heartbreaker

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer   Out of the five losses the women’s soccer team has had this year, three of them have been in overtime, and two were double…

Godar helps women’s cross country to fifth place finish

Godar helps women’s cross country to fifth place finish

Georgetown College women’s cross country continued its solid ways on Saturday. The Tigers scored 49 points and finished fifth in the Southeastern Classic in Berea, after running a perfect race…

Football defeats Univ. of Pikeville

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer   The No. 2 Georgetown College Tigers remain undefeated after visiting the University of Pikeville and beating the Bears 35-10 on Saturday. A balanced attack…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Abby Shelton & Justin Sizemore

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Abby Shelton & Justin Sizemore

By ALLIE ENGLERT Back Page Editor   Abby Shelton is looking forward to making the most of her senior year at Georgetown. Originally from Owensboro, Ky., Abby says she chose…

“The 39 Steps” sells out opening night

“The 39 Steps” sells out opening night

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor   On Friday Oct. 19 there wasn’t an empty seat in the theatre thanks to the successful premiere of the play “The 39 Steps.” “It’s…

Foreign film series presents “Troy”

Foreign film series presents “Troy”

By KATE DOCTOR Staff Writer   I have never read “The Illiad” all the way through, but I do know what happens and what it is about. Summaries and sections…

We must rebuild democracy the Republican way

By MORGAN FRALICK Contributing Writer   In the 2012 election, the Democratic and Republican parties will be represented by President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. In the beginning of…

Decisions must be made regarding welfare

Decisions must be made regarding welfare

By ETHAN SMITH Opinion Editor   A recurring issue that I notice popping up in political conversations is welfare.  I myself often feel torn between the camps that favor and…

Students voice their concern

Students voice their concern

Part I of II: Next week’s issue to address administrative response By ALLIE ENGLERT Just a small town girl   It is arrogant to assume that one’s opinions reflect those…

SGA to host off-campus party in Nov.

SGA to host off-campus party in Nov.

By CALIESHA COMLEY Staff Writer When students think of November, events that immediately come to mind are the changing of the leaves, basketball season and Thanksgiving break. But there’s something…