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GC secures homecoming win

GC secures homecoming win

By Tyler Phillips Sports Writer After a weekend of successful homecoming traditions, the Georgetown Tigers managed to cap off the weekend by securing a football victory over Campbellsville University. The…

Tree dedicated in memory of Finley Ellison

Tree dedicated in memory of Finley Ellison

By Caitlin Knox Editor-in-Chief Saturday morning before the pre-game festivities began, Acting President Granetta Blevins, H.K. Kingkade, the football team and coaches gathered to dedicate a tree in memory of…

Georgetown students prepare to participate in Festival of Young Preachers

Georgetown students prepare to participate in Festival of Young Preachers

By Caitlin Knox Editor-in-Chief This coming Monday, October 21, Georgetown students interested in becoming preachers will be preaching at the Festival of Young Preachers. So far, Jose Baeza, Tyler Higgins,…

GC crowned student representatives during Homecoming activities

GC crowned student representatives during Homecoming activities

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Last week students nominated their fellow students for the 2013 Homecoming Court outside the Cafeteria. Nominated for freshman princess were Buckley Booher, Maggie Murdock and…

Fairness event encourages collaboration for justice

Fairness event encourages collaboration for justice

By Caliesha Comley News Editor The GC Fairness-sponsored Nexus event yesterday featured guest speaker Carla Wallace, co-founder of Louisville’s Fairness Campaign and active member of Louisville SURJ – Showing Up…

Blevins takes field as coach

Blevins takes field as coach

By Caitlin Knox Editor-in-Chief Acting President Granetta Blevins was chosen as the honorary coach for this year’s homecoming game. According to Dr. John Sadlon, Coordinator of Honorary Coaches, Blevins is…

Issue 5 Comic

Issue 5 Comic

This one time, my roommate…

This one time, my roommate…

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor When I was in England, I had a hard time explaining the concept of a roommate to other students. The Oxfordians, who live almost exclusively…

Georgetown can capitalize on its strengths

Georgetown can capitalize on its strengths

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor As you might have noticed, Georgetown is shrinking. In 2008, official undergraduate enrollment was 1,302. This year, enrollment is 1,116. Especially in a primarily tuition-dependent…

Some things are more important than Songfest

Some things are more important than Songfest

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer This is another opinion article. What things are important to discuss? I could talk about the government shutdown, the looming potential break of the debt…