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Issue 2 – Spring 2014 Comic

As a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats

By Leanndra W. Padgett Back Page Editor It seems that ending the President’s Ambassadors Program was just the beginning of some controversial changes by President Greene. In a recent statement…

Are snow days worth it?

By Brenna Jewell Staff Writer In the last two to three weeks, the weather has brought a lot of snow to Georgetown, layering the town with a picturesque feel. Children…

Georgetown without languages is just school

By Collin Smith Photo Editor Hello. I’m your typical Georgetown College student. I came in my freshman year planning my path to pharmacy school. I was enrolled in Chemistry 111…

Trim the limb to save the tree

Trim the limb to save the tree

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor   Let’s talk about Georgetown. And the future. Together. Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock—and I don’t even accept that excuse because I’ve been…

The musical life of Meagan Henry

The musical life of Meagan Henry

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer   “My parents — I don’t know if they’re serious or not — used to joke around saying I was singing to the radio before…

“Frozen” could be a new classic

By Lauren Abbot Staff Writer With all the hype surrounding Disney’s “Frozen,” some are questioning if the franchise’s newest flick is as good as people say it is. With its…

Hustle to see this clever film

Hustle to see this clever film

By Shay McCleavy Staff Writer   Occasionally you see a film where you hang on every word. Characters clash and a dense plot develops as we peer into the lives…