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Writing Center still serving after 34 years

Writing Center still serving after 34 years

By Jonathan Balmer Opinion Editor The Georgetown College Writing Center opened for the academic year last week, offering its services free-of-charge for all students. The Writing Center, founded by the…

Evans Orchard and Bi-Water Farms invite students to celebrate fall

Evans Orchard and Bi-Water Farms invite students to celebrate fall

By Kaitlin Fahey Staff Writer With the summer heat winding down and the new semester well underway, autumn celebrations around the city of Georgetown are just beginning. Over the course…

Newman Center provides new outlet for Catholic students

Newman Center provides new outlet for Catholic students

By Braden Bocard Staff Writer Sophomore Alex Caudill has been crucial to bringing the Newman Center to our small college. The Newman Center is a national chain devoted to bringing…

Dr. Dickinson receives Walker Manning Distinguished Mentor and Teacher Award

Dr. Dickinson receives Walker Manning Distinguished Mentor and Teacher Award

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Dr. Jonathan Dickinson, associate professor of physics, was awarded the John Walker Manning Distinguished Mentor and Teacher Award at last Tuesday’s Opening Convocation to a…

Upcoming Presidential Candidate Sessions

Upcoming Presidential Candidate Sessions

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor Students have the chance to meet and talk to all three presidential candidates that have been chosen by the presidential search committee. Jason Rogers, one…

Non-Discrimination Rally spreads awareness

Non-Discrimination Rally spreads awareness

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor The Non-Discrimination Work Group, or as member Cristian Nuñez refers to it, the Social Justice League, held a peaceful rally on Friday afternoon in front…

GAC sponsors end of the year activities

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor At the end of every semester each student must overcome the dreaded finals week. However, there is a silver lining to this sad affair and…

Keep calm: Midnight Brunch is here

Keep calm: Midnight Brunch is here

By RACHAEL YOUNG Staff Writer By far the most popular meal in the Caf each semester, the meal where your favorite professor serves you a pancake with a smile, the…

GC students enjoy Earth Day activities

GC students enjoy Earth Day activities

By JESSICA CAREY Staff Writer On Sunday, April 21, the sun came out to cheer on the Georgetown Sustainability Initiative in hosting their second annual Share: The Earth Day Event…

Take Back the Night successful

Take Back the Night successful

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor The Take Back the Night Foundation was established in 1999 by Katie Koestner in response to her own experience with date rape. She was the…