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Boomslang Festival brings indie artist out of hiding

Boomslang Festival brings indie artist out of hiding

By AUSTIN FRALEY Staff Writer   For many around me in the Kentucky Theatre, this moment was surreal—a defining moment of hipster history (although, of course, they themselves wouldn’t call…

“Georgetown College Stories” exhibit makes huge debut

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer   Dr. Juilee Decker, an art professor at Georgetown College, and her Curatorial Studies class opened the Georgetown College Stories exhibit Friday, Sept. 21. This…

The Fighting Tiger Grrr… Band’s season begins

The Fighting Tiger Grrr… Band’s season begins

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor   The Bands of Georgetown College have been around for 168 years; providing entertainment, quality music and morale boosts to our athletes. What would football…

“The Words” stumbles across the screen

“The Words” stumbles across the screen

By HANNAH KRIEGER Copy Editor “The Words” is a unique story about, well, words. All right, it’s more than that. It’s about a story, a rather interesting and entertaining story. In my opinion, this…

Golden Dragon Acrobats come to Georgetown

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor If you aren’t a big fan of football, then there is a special alternative for you this Thursday night. At 7 p.m. in the John L. Hill Chapel,…

“Playground” brings awareness of the child sex trade to the big screen

“Playground” brings awareness of the child sex trade to the big screen

By CALIESHA COMLEY News Editor It is easiest to shove horrific images of child sex slavery far from our thoughts and lives. For those who are aware of the phenomena…