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Student art exhibit recaps homecoming memories

Student art exhibit recaps homecoming memories

Georgetown College Homecoming is the weekend of October 11-12. Many activities and events are planned, and alumni are encouraged to return to campus to renew acquaintances. In preparation for and…

Sodexo proposes changing Caf hours

Sodexo proposes changing Caf hours

By Seaton Stiles Staff Writer The Caf used to be open until 1:30 p.m. for lunch and 7:30 p.m. for dinner, but the sign outside of the Caf now shows…

Friday night concert features good music for a cause

Friday night concert features good music for a cause

By Tyler Phillips Staff Writer This Friday at 7 p.m., Georgetown students will have a chance to take a stand against extreme global poverty. Both the student body and the…

Wrestler inspires at Chapel

Wrestler inspires at Chapel

By Stephanie Lee Copy Editor Stu Perry graduated from Georgetown in 2011 with a Sociology degree. Now, he works with Ohio Valley Wrestling as a wrestler known as “Reverend Stuart…

Chileans celebrate independence

Chileans celebrate independence

By Katie Baker Staff Writer Today is Chilean Independence Day, and our Chilean students plan to celebrate in the Caf, sharing their traditions with fellow GC students. At 6 p.m.…

Historical markers discovered missing over Labor Day weekend

Historical markers discovered missing over Labor Day weekend

By Caliesha Comley News Editor In March 2013, a collaborative effort of faculty, students and grounds staff launched a new historical walking tour of Georgetown College. The tour consists of…

Survivor Sujo John recounts 9/11

Survivor Sujo John recounts 9/11

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor On the eve of the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Georgetown College welcomed Sujo John to speak on his experiences as…

Convocation attendance skyrockets

Convocation attendance skyrockets

By Jonathan Balmer Opinion Editor On Aug. 27 students filled John L. Hill Chapel for the yearly Opening Convocation. Although the new system of Nexus-credit certification went down, all students…

President Crouch bids farewell

President Crouch bids farewell

After a legacy of 22 years, Crouch says he will “always bleed black and orange.” By CAITLIN KNOX Editor-in-Chief President William H. Crouch, Jr., like many people, has a business…

Finalists announced for president

Finalists announced for president

Three candidates have been picked by GC’s Presidential Search Committee. By CAITLIN KNOX Editor-in-Chief The Presidential Search Committee has decided on three finalists for our next college president. According to…