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Tebow can’t seem to find a home

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Quarterback Tim Tebow couldn’t seem to handle the pressure of playing in the “Big Apple.” After being released from two teams in two years, it’s…

GC baseball loses in MSC Tourney

GC baseball loses in MSC Tourney

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer The Tigers got a step closer and then took a step back in their hope for a bid to the NAIA national tournament over the…

Softball hangs on

Softball hangs on

Shelby Engle came in with ice water in her veins and helped softball stay alive in the elimination bracket Saturday at Domtar Park. The freshman relieved Katie Mann and shut…

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Ethan Smith

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Ethan Smith

By EVAN HARRELL Features Editor Whether you’ve seen him in a play or just heard him tell jokes, you probably know Ethan Smith. He is a native of Cynthiana, Ky.,…

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Corey Howell

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Corey Howell

By ETHAN SMITH Opinion Editor Corey Howell is a graduating senior majoring in English with a minor in chemistry. When asked why he came to Georgetown College, he said, “It…

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Rachael Castillo

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Rachael Castillo

By ALLIE ENGLERT Back Page Editor Rachael Castillo is a senior who has made the most of her liberal arts experience at Georgetown. This English major will also be certified…

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Evan Harrell

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Evan Harrell

By ALLIE ENGLERT Back Page Editor You may know Evan Harrell for his sensational dance moves or his keen sense of fashion. Originally from Middlesboro, Ky., the music education major…

“Next Gen”: Where have we been? Where are we going?

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer The term “generation” is often used to describe a console’s lifecycle. The days of the original Xbox, PS2 and GameCube were counted as the sixth…

What makes an athlete a star?

What makes an athlete a star?

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer What makes an athlete a star? A hero even? When he or she wins a lot of games or has the best stats? When he…

“Anna Karenina” displays unique perspective on a classic work

By HANNAH KRIEGER Copy Editor “Anna Karenina,” the latest from director Joe Wright, is an interpretive movie of Leo Tolstoy’s classic book. The movie tells the story of Anna (Keira…

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