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GC football beats down Bethel

GC football beats down Bethel

By Tyler Phillips Staff Writer After a disappointing loss in their season-opener against Ohio Dominican University (NCAA Division II) last week, Georgetown took the field at Bethel University on Saturday…

Kentucky fan feels salty

Kentucky fan feels salty

By Meghan Alessi Features Editor I will preface this by saying that I am indeed a Kentucky fan. If you’re a Louisville fan you may want to skip to the…

Volleyball continues winning ways

Volleyball continues winning ways

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor The Georgetown College volleyball team has been busy beating down their opponents this season. In fact, there has only been one team that could give…

Toddler weight-training pays off

Toddler weight-training pays off

By Tyler Phillips Staff Writer Cincinnati, Ohio resident John Smith was ecstatic last week when he picked up the September 6 issue of Time magazine. The issue, which boasted the…

Qdoba opens doors to new Georgetown location next week

Qdoba opens doors to new Georgetown location next week

By Kaitlin Fahey Staff Writer Students may have recently seen or heard about plans for new restaurants opening locations in Georgetown. One of these restaurants, Qdoba Mexican Grill, is preparing…

New interdisciplinary minors expand course offerings

New interdisciplinary minors expand course offerings

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Georgetown is expanding its course offerings this year with two new interdisciplinary minors: Christian Leadership and Medieval and Renaissance Studies. The new additions join a…

Mountain Witness Tour shows effects of mountaintop removal in Kentucky

Mountain Witness Tour shows effects of mountaintop removal in Kentucky

By Leanndra W. Padgett Staff Writer In order to educate people about the effects of mountaintop removal and show the faces behind the issue, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth (KFTC), a…

Chileans celebrate independence

Chileans celebrate independence

By Katie Baker Staff Writer Today is Chilean Independence Day, and our Chilean students plan to celebrate in the Caf, sharing their traditions with fellow GC students. At 6 p.m.…

Comic, Issue 2

Comic, Issue 2

Student questions the Caf

Student questions the Caf

By Collin Smith Photo Editor The population of the city of Georgetown has boomed over 60 percent in the last 15 years, making it one of the fastest growing cities…