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Softball rallies for a comeback victory over Campbellsville

Softball rallies for a comeback victory over Campbellsville

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Last Tuesday, the Georgetown College Softball team came back against MSC opponent Campbellsville University. At one point during the matchup, the Tigers were down 4-2…

GC baseball sweep Senior Weekend

GC baseball sweep Senior Weekend

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Georgetown College finished off a great regular season in the Mid-South Conference with a sweep of Pikeville College. Once again, they went a week only…

Faculty spotlight: Dr. Griffith

Faculty spotlight: Dr. Griffith

By HANNAH KENNEDY Staff Writer The biology department is very important here at Georgetown College. We have many undergraduate students that are persuing a major in biology. Dr. Griffith has…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Allie Englert

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Allie Englert

By EVAN HARRELL Features Editor You may know her as the Back Page Editor, a woman without regrets or Honey Boo Boo in disguise. Her name is “Alexandra Englert, but…

Tiger Band welcomes all to their Annual Spring Concert

Tiger Band welcomes all to their Annual Spring Concert

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor On April 25 at 8:00 p.m. in the John L. Hill Chapel, the Georgetown College Tiger Symphonic Band will be presenting its Annual…

Why you should become a regular patron of a Lexington Landmark

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor We all watch movies. Either in the comfort of your own home on Blu-ray or DVD, at a Nexus event here on campus…

“Ireland’s Greatest Export” provides laughs, tears and a beautiful story

By KATE DOCTOR Staff Writer The fact that this show sold out two nights in a row and had to add on a fourth show on Monday, April 22 told…

How can I successfully pull an all-nighter?

How can I successfully pull an all-nighter?

Honestly, all-nighters have to be the worst experience known to mankind, so the best advice is to avoid them at all costs! However, because we are college students, we are…

Last Chapel honors Pres. Crouch

Last Chapel honors Pres. Crouch

Students expressed thanks and shared memories at the last convocation of the semester. By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor Students, staff and faculty gathered in the John L. Hill Chapel Tuesday…

The Plastic Trigger: “Violence, the interactive medium and the goal to stay objective”

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer The shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December stands as one of the worst tragedies of this young decade. Despite all certainties and absolutes…