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Issue 8 – Comic

Issue 8 – Comic

Halloween horse-ing around

Halloween horse-ing around

By Anna Meurer Staff Writer If I told you how much I spent on my horse each month, you probably wouldn’t believe me. We spend ridiculous amounts of money on…

Caf desegregation vigilante strikes

Caf desegregation vigilante strikes

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer The culprit’s first action was done when no one was looking—moving the tables around in the caf. From the beginning, the Desegregation Vigilante Vandal has…

Halloween brings ghost stories and fun

Halloween brings ghost stories and fun

By Fiona McElrath Staff Writer Every town has its ghost stories, and Georgetown is no different. If you are a fan of frightening fantasies, here are the top five stories…

Who (should) run the world? Girls!

Who (should) run the world? Girls!

By Lynsey Jordan Web Editor Watching coverage of the government’s shutdown for 16 straight days was a nightmare. Viewers of channels like CNN heard worldwide, angry accusations made by lawmakers…

Theaters release numerous anticipated movies in November

Theaters release numerous anticipated movies in November

By Hannah Krieger A&E Editor Many anticipated movies are finally releasing in theaters this November. So while students are stressed out about papers, projects and tests and the semester is…

Comedians come to Grille for an evening of hilarious entertainment

Comedians come to Grille for an evening of hilarious entertainment

By Joel Reihmer Contributing Writer Last Wednesday, two amazing comedians graced the elevated platform–turned–stage for the night at the Grille. When the Grille lights were turned off, the only lights…

Student praises Noteworthy Concert Series

Student praises Noteworthy Concert Series

By Brooke Whitaker Staff Writer Last week, the Noteworthy Concert Series featured Paul York on the cello and Dror Biram on the piano in “Sonatas for Cello and Piano.” Both…

New adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet” delivers

New adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet” delivers

By Hannah Krieger A&E Editor Shakespeare’s most iconic play, “Romeo and Juliet,” once again graces the silverscreen in a recent remake. I was pleasantly surprised with this rendition of the…

Hong’s is a Georgetown tradition

Hong’s is a Georgetown tradition

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer What’s better than biting into a sweet and warm doughnut at 2:00 in the morning? Nothing, that’s what! Hong’s is a family owned business that…

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