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CLS Conference to set the “World on Fire”

CLS Conference to set the “World on Fire”

High School students invited to campus to learn how to combat human trafficking By JESSICA CAREY Staff Writer On Oct. 20, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Christian Leaders…

Cultural Vistas exchange program seeks American student applicants for program in Germany

Cultural Vistas exchange program seeks American student applicants for program in Germany

Melanie Totsikas, from Heilbronn, Germany, has recently begun a semester of study at Georgetown College in Georgetown, Ky. She is in the United States as a participant of a year-long…

Faculty group meets with trustees, calls for changes

Faculty group meets with trustees, calls for changes

By EVAN HARRELL Editor in Chief  On Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012, a group of 27 faculty members met with four members of the Board of Trustees, including Chairman Earl Goode.…

President Crouch announces retirement

President Crouch announces retirement

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor    On Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 3 p.m., President Crouch announced that he will be retiring after this school year. He first announced his decision…

Accio bestseller; Philosophy Chair, Dr. Roger Ward, publishes Harry Potter-inspired book

Accio bestseller; Philosophy Chair, Dr. Roger Ward, publishes Harry Potter-inspired book

  By KELSEY CASTANEDA Copy Editor   The wonderful Dr. Roger Ward, Chair of the philosophy department, who teaches “Potter lovers,” and signs his emails with “peace,” has recently published…

Cider, pies and jam: it’s apple season at Evan’s Orchard

Cider, pies and jam: it’s apple season at Evan’s Orchard

By JESSICA CAREY Staff Writer This weekend, Evan’s Orchard and Cider Mill will be hosting their 11th annual Apple Festival. Evan’s Orchard produces locally grown fruits, vegetables, and some locally produced meats. This year will…