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Jackie Robinson remembered

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer There may not be a more influential, inspirational and brave person to have played the game of baseball than Jackie Robinson. From the moment he…

Senior Sports Spotlight: Tanner Baldwin

Senior Sports Spotlight: Tanner Baldwin

Hometown: Lexington, Ky Position: Shortstop Favorite memory from playing at GC: Just hanging out with my teammates on and off the field and the friendships I have made with them…

Men/Women’s Tennis drop match to CU

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer The Tigers’ women’s tennis team sits well in the mid-south, with a 5-2 record within the conference. The men have struggled, at 2-4, within the…

GC Baseball pull off away series sweep

GC Baseball pull off away series sweep

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer The men’s baseball team continues their trek through the mid-south and the NAIA in general with another sweep of a conference opponent. After losing to…

Student teaching offers hands-on experience

Student teaching offers hands-on experience

By EVAN HARRELL Features Editor Most seniors take final capstone courses their last semester, some spend months in preparation for oral examinations and still others complete various projects like art…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Ashleigh Barker

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Ashleigh Barker

By LEANNDRA PADGETT Staff Writer Ashleigh Morgan Barker is a woman of many talents and interests. Once you get to know her, you are inspired by her convictions and entertained…

Opshop breaks records

Opshop breaks records

By CAITLIN KNOX Editor-in-Chief Two nights.  Fourteen scenes. One huge finale. This year’s Opera and Musical Theatre Workshop will be unforgettable– especially when the finale consists of green ogres, a…

Giddings is a rockin’

Giddings is a rockin’

New rocking chairs and benches add a welcoming touch. By CAITLIN KNOX Editor-in-Chief Six white rocking chairs now grace the porch of Giddings Hall. They have been there since the…

Kappa Delta raises $13,000

Kappa Delta raises $13,000

BY MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor You may have noticed the sparkly addition to Giddings lawn last week, as there were hundreds of shiny blue pinwheels planted into the ground; 384…

Thieves become problem on campus

Thieves become problem on campus

By RACHAEL YOUNG Staff Writer   Students have been on high alert concerning their personal property on campus recently. Thinking twice about leaving phones, wallets or keys on the tables…