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Georgetown’s four piano majors play their hearts out in “Piano Christmas”

Georgetown’s four piano majors play their hearts out in “Piano Christmas”

By MEREDITH RIGBY Staff Writer Although the end of the fall semester is a stressful time for music students as well as the student body in general, for pianists it…

“SoFA” showcases undergraduate students across Kentucky

“SoFA” showcases undergraduate students across Kentucky

By MORGAN FRALICK Staff Writer On Friday Nov. 30, Georgetown College opened the gallery doors to a new art exhibit titled “On the SoFA: State of Fine Art.” This exhibit…

GC’s musical ensembles join together for “Mystery and Messiah”

Staff Writer Last Sunday, in the spirit of cooperation and goodwill commonly associated with the Christmas season, several of GC’s musical ensembles joined together for a combination concert. The Chapel…

“Breaking Dawn: Part 2” stuns student with breath-taking ending

“Breaking Dawn: Part 2” stuns student with breath-taking ending

By MORGAN FRALICK Staff Writer So it seems that another world- renowned saga has finally come to an end. On Nov. 16, the thrilling book series by Stephanie Meyer came…

Get to know your art faculty: student interviews Laura Stewart

Get to know your art faculty: student interviews Laura Stewart

By HANNAH KENNEDY Staff Writer Anyone who has walked through any of the art galleries here on the Georgetown campus has most likely seen Laura Stewart. Her welcoming smile can…

McGee’s “Wonderboy” premieres Friday as sci-fi rock musical

McGee’s “Wonderboy” premieres Friday as sci-fi rock musical

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer The Georgetown College Maskrafters will be presenting the Sci-Fi Rock Musical “Wonderboy” starting Friday Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. This comedy, set in 1959 Lincoln…

World premiere musical “Clara, My Love” is proud moment for GC

By MEREDITH RIGBY Staff Writer Monday morning, music students could be seen stumbling half-awake to their classes in Nunnelly Music Building. One cannot blame them for looking a little worn…

Band plans performance before apocalypse hits

Band plans performance before apocalypse hits

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor With all the natural disasters, zombie crazes and movies like “2012,” one has to wonder:  “What if the Mayans are right?” The Tiger Symphonic Band…

“Borderland” connects anatomy with imagination

“Borderland” connects anatomy with imagination

By MORGAN FRALICK Staff Writer If you ever find yourself wanting to experience something completely original and eye opening that will break you out of your monotonous routine on campus,…

Student interviews behind-the-scenes music faculty member

Student interviews behind-the-scenes music faculty member

By MORGAN FRALICK Staff Writer One of the most involved but behind-the-scenes faculty members on campus is Mrs. Lori Smith of the music department here at Georgetown College. She is…