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Remembering the light of Erica Hagan: Erica Hagan’s friends and loved ones share memories of her light and life

By Eric Balmer News Editor   Erica Faith Hagan, Georgetown College alumna (‘14), was found deceased in her apartment in Temuco, Chile on Saturday, September 6, 2014. She was teaching English at Colegio Bautista. U.S. and Chilean…

Lunceford retires after 33 years at GC

Lunceford retires after 33 years at GC

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor   One of Dr. Joe Lunceford’s favorite things to say to first-time students is, “I have one lecture. It starts on the first day of…

Student explains sustainability initiative

Student explains sustainability initiative

By Morgan Reeves Contributuing Writer The sustainability program at Georgetown College has undergone some changes over the past few years. While it is still a work-in-progress, GC has taken steps…

President Greene meets with GC Fairness

President Greene meets with GC Fairness

Press Release GC Fairness As GC Fairness approaches its first anniversary on campus, 24 members met with the new President. GC Fairness is a gathering of students, faculty and staff…

Issue 7 – Spring 2014

SGA President writes open letter to campus

SGA President writes open letter to campus

By Adam Wetherington Contributing Writer The past few months at Georgetown College have been challenging to say the least. We have witnessed the discontinuation of a notable student program, the…

Doc’s light will forever “shine on”

Doc’s light will forever “shine on”

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor On Friday, February 7, 2014, Dr. Ira “Jack” Vinson Birdwhistell, age 67, was found deceased in his home. “Doc,” as he was often referred to…

Changes coming to GC’s campus

Changes coming to GC’s campus

By Hannah Krieger Editor-in-Chief Late last week President Greene met with faculty, staff and members of SGA to talk about the changes that Georgetown College must come to embrace. Greene…

President’s Ambassadors terminated

President’s Ambassadors terminated

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor A familiar name on campus, the President’s Ambassadors Program, has been discontinued. The program was established in 1992 “to encourage exemplary students to become actively involved in the development and promotion of the…

KBC officially severs ties with Georgetown College

KBC officially severs ties with Georgetown College

By Caliesha Comley Staff Writer As of Tuesday, Nov. 12 the ministry partnership between Georgetown College and the Kentucky Baptist Convention (KBC) will terminate. Though the covenant relationship between the…

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