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Kappa Delta 5K raises over $600

Kappa Delta 5K raises over $600

By Meghan Alessi Features Editor Saturday was a lovely day for a 5K, which was great for the ladies of Kappa Delta. They hosted their “Leap Around the Loop 5K”…

Faculty Spotlight: Doc Birdwhistell

Faculty Spotlight: Doc Birdwhistell

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Dr. Jack Birdwhistell, affectionately known by students and faculty alike as “Doc,” has been part of the Georgetown community for so long that he said,…

Georgetown football wins big at home

Georgetown football wins big at home

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor This past Saturday, the Georgetown Tiger football team bounced back from a tough loss against the Cumberlands with a definitive victory. GC scored early and…

Eton wall game makes for odd tradition

Eton wall game makes for odd tradition

By Cristian Nunez Staff Writer One can only imagine what goes on behind closed doors at exclusive private schools like Eton College; however, there are some the public can gawk…

Caraline Maher earns NAIA Player of week

Caraline Maher earns NAIA Player of week

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor Caraline Maher has been racking up the awards during her college career. This past week Maher has been awarded the NAIA Volleyball Player of the…

Calvin Johnson is Megatron

Calvin Johnson is Megatron

By Tyler Phillips Sports Writer This week’s NFL competition was marked by a slew of record—breaking performances. During a hard-fought victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrell Pryor…

SGA sponsors shoe drive to support WaterStep

SGA sponsors shoe drive to support WaterStep

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Editor Georgetown’s Student Government Association (SGA) is sponsoring a shoe drive to raise money for WaterStep, an organization dedicated to “empowering ordinary people to provide…

Raising Hope for Congo inspires student activists

Raising Hope for Congo inspires student activists

By Cristian Nunez Staff Writer With over 5.4 million dead and 2 million people displaced, the conflict in the Congo is the deadliest since WWII. For over a century, the…

Buffalo Wild Wings welcomes herds of students at grand opening

Buffalo Wild Wings welcomes herds of students at grand opening

By Meghan Alessi Features Editor and BWW Bartender Georgetown has been steadily expanding, and with that comes new restaurants. The newest addition is Buffalo Wild Wings, a popular family-friendly sports…

Georgetown is “Thrilled to Give”

Georgetown is “Thrilled to Give”

By Leanndra Padgett Copy Editor Zombies and ghouls danced their way down Main Street on Sunday, October 27 in the fourth annual performance fundraiser “Thrilled to Give.” This Halloween event…