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Student likes Pi

Student likes Pi

By JONATHAN KAYS Staff Writer  Perhaps one of the most thought-provoking books of the past decade, “Life of Pi,” a book published in 2001 and written by Yann Martel, is…

“A Gershwin Extravaganza” brings students and faculty together

“A Gershwin Extravaganza” brings students and faculty together

By MEREDITH RIGBY Staff Writer  Mark your calendars for yet another fantastic show put on by our very own music department. Nunnelly Music Building is home to around 30 music…

Tiger Tour Guides tell it like it is

Tiger Tour Guides tell it like it is

By MEGHAN ALESSI Staff Writer  Chances are you’ve seen our Tiger Tour Guides around campus trailed by prospective students and their parents. However, you may not realize just how essential…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Jonathan Kays & Betsie Phillips

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Jonathan Kays & Betsie Phillips

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer  Armed with his charm, wit, manly good looks and well above-average intellect, Jonathan Kays is a man certainly deserving of the spotlight. I use the…

Athlete Interview: Josh Downing

Athlete Interview: Josh Downing

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer  Q. What is your story? A. I met my father for the first time three semesters prior to this one, which led me to Georgetown, Ky.…

Volleyball ranked No. 16 in the nation

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer  Women of the Georgetown College Volleyball team have been tearing up their opponents. Our Tigers have continued their winning streak which now stands at 15…

GC women’s soccer scores a rebound

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer  The ladies of the Georgetown soccer team were able to bounce back from an unfortunate double overtime loss at Campbellsville on Wednesday, Sept. 26. GC…

Georgetown football wins big again

Georgetown football wins big again

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer  No. 3 Georgetown seemed unstoppable Saturday, Sept. 29 against Bethel University, winning 63-21 as the offense shined. Quarterback Neal Pawsat threw for 312 yards and…

Students happy to call Hambrick “home”

Students happy to call Hambrick “home”

By KELSEY CASTANEDA Copy Editor  This time last fall, eager students were moving into the brand new Rucker Village townhouses. They had suffered a few months of temporary displacement in…

Faculty group meets with trustees, calls for changes

Faculty group meets with trustees, calls for changes

By EVAN HARRELL Editor in Chief  On Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012, a group of 27 faculty members met with four members of the Board of Trustees, including Chairman Earl Goode.…