Facebook Us!

Facebook

Subscribe by Email

Home » 2012 (Page 3)

Students will run to care for trafficking victims “as their own”

Students will run to care for trafficking victims “as their own”

I Will Run campaign hosts half-marathon in Lexington  to raise money for As Our Own organization which is committed to rescuing children from exploitation By KATIE SANDERS Staff Writer Her…

McGee’s “Wonderboy” premieres Friday as sci-fi rock musical

McGee’s “Wonderboy” premieres Friday as sci-fi rock musical

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer The Georgetown College Maskrafters will be presenting the Sci-Fi Rock Musical “Wonderboy” starting Friday Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. This comedy, set in 1959 Lincoln…

Get to know your art faculty: student interviews Laura Stewart

Get to know your art faculty: student interviews Laura Stewart

By HANNAH KENNEDY Staff Writer Anyone who has walked through any of the art galleries here on the Georgetown campus has most likely seen Laura Stewart. Her welcoming smile can…

“Breaking Dawn: Part 2” stuns student with breath-taking ending

“Breaking Dawn: Part 2” stuns student with breath-taking ending

By MORGAN FRALICK Staff Writer So it seems that another world- renowned saga has finally come to an end. On Nov. 16, the thrilling book series by Stephanie Meyer came…

Volleyball heads to Sioux City for Nationals

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Georgetown College’s volleyball team will  head to Sioux City, Iowa for the chance to play for a NAIA national championship. On November 17, the No.…

GC Men’s basketball win three straight over Thanksgiving break

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer The tiger’s men’s basketball team played three games last week against St. Catharine’s College, Martin Methodist University and Life University. The last two games were…

Tigers fall short in NAIA first-round national tournament game

Tigers fall short in NAIA first-round national tournament game

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer In a nail biter, Georgetown College’s Tigers lost to Bethel University’s Wildcats 45-44 on Saturday Nov 17. The two teams had met earlier in the…

GC Women’s basketball mauls the Patriots of St. Catherine

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer The ladies of the Georgetown College basketball team kept their heads up after their first loss to Bluefield College, and GC got the job done…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Jeff Chalfant & Anna Fiechter

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Jeff Chalfant & Anna Fiechter

By LEANNDRA PADGETT Staff Writer “No matter what the outcome, you always hurt after a fight, so pick your battles.” Senior Jeffrey Martin Chalfant claims this anonymous adage as his…

Get ‘em to the Greek

Get ‘em to the Greek

Students discuss their experiences with Greek life ALLIE ENGLERT Your friendly neighborhood Greek Before arriving at Georgetown, when I thought of Greek life, I imagined preppy students without a care…