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Band plans performance before apocalypse hits

Band plans performance before apocalypse hits

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor With all the natural disasters, zombie crazes and movies like “2012,” one has to wonder:  “What if the Mayans are right?” The Tiger Symphonic Band…

World premiere musical “Clara, My Love” is proud moment for GC

By MEREDITH RIGBY Staff Writer Monday morning, music students could be seen stumbling half-awake to their classes in Nunnelly Music Building. One cannot blame them for looking a little worn…

Student reflects upon presidential search

By ASHLIE DAVIS Staff Writer Since the arrival of “the 27” on our radar, Georgetown has been a-buzz about the selection of a new president. It became a social experiment…

Debussy Festival 2012

The 2012 Debussy Festival, celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Claude Debussy, will begin on Saturday, Nov. 17, including a musicology lecture on Debussy’s piano music by Dr.…

Student offers a “modest proposal” on dealing with illegal immigration in America

By JONATHAN KAYS Staff Writer Many of you may have noticed the several fire alarms that went off in the Caf on Monday, the many students milling about the front…

Thankful in November: Students share their reasons for giving thanks

Thankful in November: Students share their reasons for giving thanks

By ALLIE ENGLERT Just a small town girl “Whenever I get gloomy with the state of the world, I think about the arrivals gate at Heathrow Airport. General opinion’s starting…

International Education Week sets students’ sights abroad

International Education Week sets students’ sights abroad

All are welcome to treat their minds and their taste buds to a buffet of exciting opportunities by MEGHAN ALESSI Staff Writer You may have already noticed the change in…

White House expert on government public service to visit Georgetown College

White House expert on government public service to visit Georgetown College

By strengthening civil service, government works better in serving the needs of all 310 million Americans. That is the premise of the message George Selim from the White House National…

GC Alums, others curate exhibition

GC Alums, others curate exhibition

Carnegie Center announces new exhibit, “Project Reclamation” about mountaintop removal The Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, Ind. is pleased to present the exhibition “Project Reclamation,” a…

Pres. Obama reelected to second term

Pres. Obama reelected to second term

  By EVAN HARRELL Editor-in-Chief As of approximately 11:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, major news circuits MSNBC, CNN, Fox and CBS called the election in favor of the incumbent,…

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