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Friday night concert features good music for a cause

Friday night concert features good music for a cause

By Tyler Phillips Staff Writer This Friday at 7 p.m., Georgetown students will have a chance to take a stand against extreme global poverty. Both the student body and the…

Wrestler inspires at Chapel

Wrestler inspires at Chapel

By Stephanie Lee Copy Editor Stu Perry graduated from Georgetown in 2011 with a Sociology degree. Now, he works with Ohio Valley Wrestling as a wrestler known as “Reverend Stuart…

Comic, Issue 3

Comic, Issue 3

Spotify vs. Pandora

Spotify vs. Pandora

By Collin Smith Photo Editor Finding a quiet place to study on campus can be quite a challenge. To cope with this, students turn to music streaming programs such as…

Mondays and Tuesdays nearly kill me

Mondays and Tuesdays nearly kill me

By Jonathan Balmer Opinion Editor You know what really grinds my gears? Scheduling! It seems like everyone assumes that any event, meeting, training, work, or party at Georgetown College must…

Minors are educational opportunites

Minors are educational opportunites

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Whenever I’m in a situation that calls for introductions and I have to say, “I’m a History and Religion double major and a Political Science/Philosophy…

Student Responds to The Back Page

Student Responds to The Back Page

By Daniel Chick Staff Writer In my time here at Georgetown (I’m a senior now—God, I feel old), I’ve seen the Back Page be the platform for several inflammatory things…

Rusty Wallace’s “Dialogue” fails to impress

Rusty Wallace’s “Dialogue” fails to impress

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Rusty Wallace’s Dialogue went on display in the Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on Aug. 30, following a reception with the artist. Wallace, a Georgetown and…

Student supports free Kindle books

Student supports free Kindle books

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Let me just say it: I love my Kindle. It’s probably up there with the color green and sleeping. (Who cares about sliced bread?) Of…

The second Night Market will promote community in Lexington

The second Night Market will promote community in Lexington

By Leanndra W. Padgett Staff Writer An innovative and exciting movement is developing in downtown Lexington. Citizens are joining with artists of all kinds, from musicians to vendors of food,…