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Weeks of Welcome is not too shabby

Weeks of Welcome is not too shabby

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Tacky as it sounds, the only thing I could think when I first saw the chart for GC’s first ever “Weeks of Welcome” was, “Wow.”…

Name that hurricane “Rand”

Name that hurricane “Rand”

By Zac Losey Staff Writer It has been a big month for climate change. Not that the climate itself will be changing, at least I don’t think it will, but…

Student enjoys Woodland Art Fair

Student enjoys Woodland Art Fair

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Editor The weekend before classes started back, some friends and I were meeting up in Lexington and looking for something to do. After googling “things…

Obama breathes new life into King’s speech

Obama breathes new life into King’s speech

By Jackie Knight Staff Writer When I heard that our president would be speaking at the Lincoln Memorial on the 50th anniversary of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have…

New choir director replaces Dr. Campbell

New choir director replaces Dr. Campbell

By Morgan Fralick Staff Writer This year the Music Department introduces Dr. Mark Deakins, the new conductor of the Georgetown College Chorale and Concert Choir. Dr. Deakins received his undergraduate…

“City of Bones” lives up to book

“City of Bones” lives up to book

By Brooke Whitaker Staff Writer This writer will be the first to admit that she is not generally fond of book to movie adaptations, which is why I had mixed…

Faculty Spotlight: Tim Van Haitsma

Faculty Spotlight: Tim Van Haitsma

By Kaitlin Fahey Staff Writer At Aug. 27’s Opening Convocation the Georgetown College community was formally introduced to new faculty member Tim Van Haitsma. Soon-to-be-Dr. Van Haitsma is a member…

NFL can’t escape delinquency

NFL can’t escape delinquency

By Cristian Nunez Sports Writer NFL careers do not typically last for long, and many a pro football player has run into the law. However, few have fallen as fast…

Intramurals return

Intramurals return

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor A beloved Georgetown tradition is starting back up: intramurals. Whether you enjoy “sweating like grease monkeys” in a game of dodgeball, or the more traditional…

Newman Center provides new outlet for Catholic students

Newman Center provides new outlet for Catholic students

By Braden Bocard Staff Writer Sophomore Alex Caudill has been crucial to bringing the Newman Center to our small college. The Newman Center is a national chain devoted to bringing…