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Marriage Equality Panel plans to answer questions

Marriage Equality Panel plans to answer questions

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor The student organization Campus Spectrum is hosting a Marriage Equality Panel this Thurs., Feb. 28 from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m in the Jones Hall Nelson Suite.…

Much needed housing renovations coming soon

Much needed housing renovations coming soon

By ALLIE ENGLERT Back Page Editor Recently, Tigers received an email regarding news of building renovations soon to occur on campus. Thanks to an ongoing relationship between GC and the…

SHMAC strives for a healthy campus with Well, You

SHMAC strives for a healthy campus with Well, You

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer SHMAC (Student Healthy Mentality Advisory Committee), a Georgetown College student interest group  dedicated to helping students obtain a healthy body as well as a healthy…

Creation of Atom sparks conversation of religion and science

Creation of Atom sparks conversation of religion and science

By JONATHAN BALMER Staff Writer Georgetown College students gathered in John L. Hill Chapel last Wednesday evening for the “Creation of Atom,” a panel discussion on the relationship of science…

Non-Discrimination Work Group now official campus organization

Non-Discrimination Work Group now official campus organization

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor Unofficially, they call themselves the “Social Justice League,” which is fitting for their mission statement. It is as follows: “The Non-Discrimination Work Group is a…

Annual Phi Mu Crush sale raises money for CMNH

Annual Phi Mu Crush sale raises money for CMNH

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer Do you have a special someone you want to ask out this Valentine’s Day? Do you want your significant other to know you care? Do…

Fairness Rally coming soon

Fairness Rally coming soon

By JAMIE McCLARD Contributing Writer Join Campus Spectrum as well as supporters from across Kentucky to rally for statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender anti-discrimination fairness laws and to strengthen…

Fanaticism gone too far or premeditated discrimination?

Fanaticism gone too far or premeditated discrimination?

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer Although Georgetown College may have beaten the University of the Cumberlands on the court, the behavior of some Georgetown fans was far from winning. An…

Georgetown cutbacks continue

Georgetown cutbacks continue

By JABRIA WEBB Staff Writer The Board of Trustees met on Jan. 25 to make certain decisions regarding the future of Georgetown College. As mentioned in a previous article, the…

Equine Scholars provides unique opportunities

Equine Scholars provides unique opportunities

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer Do you like horses? Have you ever thought of working in the equine industry? If so, then the Equine Scholars Program may be right for…