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Graves Center prepares Emerging Leaders in and outside of GC

Graves Center prepares Emerging Leaders in and outside of GC

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor The Graves Center for Calling and Career may just seem like a nice brick house with a mouthful of a name, but it’s a golden…

Jim Newberry leaves Georgetown College

Jim Newberry leaves Georgetown College

Jim Newberry, Vice President & General Counsel at Georgetown College and former mayor of Lexington, will be joining Steptoe & Johnson PLLC’s Lexington office in February 2014. Newberry is a 1978 political science graduate of…

Future Tiger Friday welcomes over 80 prospective students to Georgetown

Future Tiger Friday welcomes over 80 prospective students to Georgetown

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer Friday, Jan. 17 was a cold, snow laden day as prospective Georgetown students entered campus to participate in one of the college’s Future Tiger Friday events. However, wintery weather conditions did not…

Operation Christmas Child inspires spirit of giving

Operation Christmas Child inspires spirit of giving

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Calvin Coolidge, our Nation’s 30th President once said, “Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and…

WRVG celebrates 50th anniversary

WRVG celebrates 50th anniversary

By Jaqcui Johns Staff Writer The WRVG concert Monday night featured Cristobal Lopez and Wes Smith, accompanied by Flint McCallum. They played in the Grill while students were accommodated by…

SAM hosts events this week

SAM hosts events this week

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer The campus Student Abolitionist Movement (SAM) is hosting two events this week – Holiday Fair Trade Market and Orange Friday. Faculty advisers Drs. Singer (psychology),…

Talented writers in the GC family featured in “Kentucky Monthly” magazine

Talented writers in the GC family featured in “Kentucky Monthly” magazine

By Caliesha Comley News Editor After receiving hundreds of entries from writers across the Commonwealth, “Kentucky Monthly” magazine released the names of the winners of their sixth annual Writer’s Showcase.…

History professor Dr. Liu now published author of “Red Genesis”

History professor Dr. Liu now published author of “Red Genesis”

By Allison Givens Staff Writer Associate professor of Georgetown‘s history department Dr. Liu is to be a published author soon. Her research over the transformative time in the early 1900’s,…

Student groups embark on College Quest at Georgetown

Student groups embark on College Quest at Georgetown

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer Why are large groups of elementary, middle and high school students found in the Caf some days? Some GC students think it is because the…

Chessboxing challenges mind and body

Chessboxing challenges mind and body

By Kaitlin Fahey Staff Writer Sports are mentally challenging. Between strategizing, learning plays and staying focused, athletic competitions can be as intellectually stimulating as they are physically taxing. In general,…