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United We Stand

United We Stand

By Leanndra W. Padgett Back Page Editor   For all our complaints about disunity and division on campus, this week has shown that certain things do not fail to bring…

No winners in Nye-Ham debate

No winners in Nye-Ham debate

By Zac Losey Staff Writer Last week the “debate of the decade” took place between Bill Nye (of “Science Guy” fame) and Ken Ham, founder and CEO of Answers in…

Lockdown was a joke

Lockdown was a joke

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer On the evening of Thursday, Jan. 30 two students in the parking lot behind the Lambda Chi Alpha House were robbed at gunpoint. The two…

Your Valentine’s Day playlist

1.“Silly Love Songs” by Wings In response to critics saying that Paul McCartney was a lightweight song writer, Paul wrote this song — a simple, silly love song that is…

Shirley Temple Black dies at 85

Shirley Temple Black dies at 85

By Caliesha Comley News Editor Shirley Temple Black, arguably the most popular child star of all time, died Feb. 10 in her home in Woodside, Ca. at age 85. Temple’s…

Sweet date spots for V-day

Sweet date spots for V-day

By Lexi Smiley Staff Writer Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Cupid’s arrows are flying. Those who are single are grimacing at all the “lovey-dovey” posts on Facebook and…

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Rachel Draper

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Rachel Draper

By Cassidy Clayton Staff Writer If you have ever frequented the Mulberry Café, you are sure to have seen Rachel Draper. She has been working in the Mulberry since the…

There is always a place to study

There is always a place to study

By Brooke Whitaker Copy Editor With the first (for some) round of exams coming up, studying will be the campus–wide activity for the next few weeks. Everyone has different preferences…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Kel Arlinghaus

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Kel Arlinghaus

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor A resident of Cincinnati for most of his life, Kel Arlinghaus attended Newport Central Catholic High School before coming to Georgetown. Speaking on his decision…

Sochi begins XXII Olympic games

By Leanndra Padgett Back Page Editor The XXII Olympic Winter Games are up and running (or skiing). The Opening Ceremony took place last Friday as Russia welcomed athletes from 87…

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