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Students will run to care for trafficking victims “as their own”

Students will run to care for trafficking victims “as their own”

I Will Run campaign hosts half-marathon in Lexington  to raise money for As Our Own organization which is committed to rescuing children from exploitation By KATIE SANDERS Staff Writer Her…

Student Morgan Floyd shares her experiences in India with campus

Student Morgan Floyd shares her experiences in India with campus

By KELSEY CASTANEDA Copy Editor International Education Week occurred the week before Thanksgiving Break, and featured some exciting changes and events for Georgetown students. The Caf prepared food from different…

White House expert on government public service to visit Georgetown College

White House expert on government public service to visit Georgetown College

By strengthening civil service, government works better in serving the needs of all 310 million Americans. That is the premise of the message George Selim from the White House National…

International Education Week sets students’ sights abroad

International Education Week sets students’ sights abroad

All are welcome to treat their minds and their taste buds to a buffet of exciting opportunities by MEGHAN ALESSI Staff Writer You may have already noticed the change in…

STEMM Fellows Program creates more opportunities for math and science students

STEMM Fellows Program creates more opportunities for math and science students

By RACHAEL CASTILLO Copy Editor Are you a science or math major and an upperclassman? If so, you probably spend plenty of time in the Asher Science Center, and you…

College nondiscrimination policy remains exclusive of sexual orientation

College nondiscrimination policy remains exclusive of sexual orientation

Dr. Gambill explains; students express disdain By KATI WILSON Staff Writer The Georgetown College faculty recently asked the Board of Trustees to expand its nondiscrimination clause in order to incorporate…

Habitat for Humanity going strong in Scott County

Habitat for Humanity going strong in Scott County

The Georgetown College chapter of Habitat for Humanity will host a NEXUS Event and Habitat Classic next week As the nights grow colder, we can enjoy the warmth and comfort…

The search for new president of Georgetown College is under way

The search for new president of Georgetown College is under way

A committee that will recruit and recommend the 24th president of Georgetown College has been selected and will meet soon to determine the next steps in the search. It will…

Registration opens for SAM frisbee tournament

Registration opens for SAM frisbee tournament

By JESSICA CAREY Staff Writer This Saturday, Nov. 3, the Student Abolitionist Movement will be having its semi-annual “Back Hand Slavery” ultimate frisbee tournament. The Frisbee tournament is one of…

Alison Lundgergan Grimes speaks on power of voting

Alison Lundgergan Grimes speaks on power of voting

By CALIESHA COMLEY News Editor   The Georgetown campus community is excited to welcome Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes to campus this Thursday, Oct. 25. At 11 a.m.…