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Bronies: magical and fun-loving or just weird?

Bronies: magical and fun-loving or just weird?

By Fiona McElrath Staff Writer Right now, you are probably thinking one of two things: “Oh hay! A ‘My Little Pony’ article!” or, “Oh, hooves! How could they print an…

For Democracy’s sake: restore the vote

For Democracy’s sake: restore the vote

By Cristian Nunez Staff Writer Two hundred thousand Kentuckians are currently unable to participate in the democratic process in the Commonwealth. They are not allowed to vote, to run for…

I cannot prove God

I cannot prove God

By Jonathan Balmer Opinion Editor Last weekend I attended the Center for Faith & Learning’s philosophy conference “Kierkegaard: A Christian thinker for our time?” The Baylor University conference included scholars…

Sail away with “Pirates of Pinafore” this weekend

Sail away with “Pirates of Pinafore” this weekend

By Meredith Scalos Staff Writer Every year the Lyric Theater Society of Georgetown College presents a fall opera for the enjoyment of the community. This year’s operetta has been dubbed…

Perry broadens musical spectrum with PRISM

Perry broadens musical spectrum with PRISM

By Hannah Krieger A&E Editor Katy Perry’s newest album, PRISM, was released late last month. Before the release of this album, I wouldn’t have considered myself a Katy Perry fan.…

Cochenour Galley featured work from students

Cochenour Galley featured work from students

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer For the past several weeks, artwork from senior art students was on display in the Cochenour Gallery (located in the LRC). If you did not…

Student praises dystopian book “Divergent”

Student praises dystopian book “Divergent”

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Editor When I first ran across the novel “Divergent,” by Veronica Roth, I was skeptical. I saw it on a rack in Kroger, of all…

Senior Spotlight: Maddy Fritz

Senior Spotlight: Maddy Fritz

By Kaitlin Fahey Staff Writer When Maddy Fritz first considered coming to Georgetown College, her initial thought was: “There’s no way I am going to a school that doesn’t have…

Chessboxing challenges mind and body

Chessboxing challenges mind and body

By Kaitlin Fahey Staff Writer Sports are mentally challenging. Between strategizing, learning plays and staying focused, athletic competitions can be as intellectually stimulating as they are physically taxing. In general,…

National Champions start season

National Champions start season

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor The time has finally come when the No. 1 ranked, reigning NAIA National Champion Georgetown College basketball team takes the court in their first action…