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Tree dedicated in memory of Finley Ellison

Tree dedicated in memory of Finley Ellison

By Caitlin Knox Editor-in-Chief Saturday morning before the pre-game festivities began, Acting President Granetta Blevins, H.K. Kingkade, the football team and coaches gathered to dedicate a tree in memory of…

Georgetown students prepare to participate in Festival of Young Preachers

Georgetown students prepare to participate in Festival of Young Preachers

By Caitlin Knox Editor-in-Chief This coming Monday, October 21, Georgetown students interested in becoming preachers will be preaching at the Festival of Young Preachers. So far, Jose Baeza, Tyler Higgins,…

GC crowned student representatives during Homecoming activities

GC crowned student representatives during Homecoming activities

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Last week students nominated their fellow students for the 2013 Homecoming Court outside the Cafeteria. Nominated for freshman princess were Buckley Booher, Maggie Murdock and…

GC alum to speak about his “Journey”

GC alum to speak about his “Journey”

By Cristian Nunez Staff Writer Georgetown College’s Fine Arts Gallery is kicking off a brand new “Journey” speaker series with former student and professor Juan Brown, Oct. 10 in the…

Fall break trip leads GC students to white-water rapids

Fall break trip leads GC students to white-water rapids

Students enjoyed a trip south to Hot Springs, North Carolina to experience rafting in white-water rapids. The group of students also explored hiking trails, ate at a local diner and…

Book Signing and Reconnection Brunch are Homecoming highlights

Book Signing and Reconnection Brunch are Homecoming highlights

A highlight of Georgetown College’s Homecoming weekend for the past several years has been the Book Signing and Reconnection Brunch. This year is no exception. It will be held Saturday,…

Law and grad schools to visit Georgetown

Law and grad schools to visit Georgetown

By Caliesha Comley News Editor The Graves Center for Calling and Career staff commit themselves to helping students explore a variety of post-graduation options. This coming week, a pleathora of…

Lock and Key Cafe doors unlock again

Lock and Key Cafe doors unlock again

By Allison Givens Staff Writer This year, many in the Georgetown community were disappointed when one of the Georgetown’s beloved coffee shops, Lock and Key, announced that they were closing…

SAM revives bi-annual Frisbee tournament

SAM revives bi-annual Frisbee tournament

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Editor Fall is in the air—and on college campuses, so are Frisbees! Georgetown is no exception, and Ultimate Frisbee games abound. On Oct. 19, the…

Qdoba opens doors to new Georgetown location next week

Qdoba opens doors to new Georgetown location next week

By Kaitlin Fahey Staff Writer Students may have recently seen or heard about plans for new restaurants opening locations in Georgetown. One of these restaurants, Qdoba Mexican Grill, is preparing…