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The many reasons why morning people have got it right

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor My day starts at 4-5 a.m. Why? Because I work at a barn and I have 17 hungry ponies to feed and take care of…

World’s worst bridge-builder asks for forgiveness

By Jonathan Balmer Staff Writer “Never forget that only dead fish swim with the stream,” Malcolm Muggeridge, the English satirist, journalist and great contrarian, often said. If I ever was…

Who cares about the poor?

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer Like the lead singer of a band who tones it down halfway through the concert, I’d like to take a moment to sit down on…

Arizona’s freedom and equality decidely (un)American

Arizona’s freedom and equality decidely (un)American

By Zac Losey Staff Writer Despite our great tradition of being a unique melting pot (or salad bowl, if you prefer) and promoting equality for all, the United States has…

Religious holidays for all or none?

Religious holidays for all or none?

By Fiona Mcelrath Staff Writer There is some controversy, I have noticed, as to whether or not Muslim holidays should be recognized in public schools—that is, if the government should…

No winners in Nye-Ham debate

No winners in Nye-Ham debate

By Zac Losey Staff Writer Last week the “debate of the decade” took place between Bill Nye (of “Science Guy” fame) and Ken Ham, founder and CEO of Answers in…

Lockdown was a joke

Lockdown was a joke

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer On the evening of Thursday, Jan. 30 two students in the parking lot behind the Lambda Chi Alpha House were robbed at gunpoint. The two…

Are snow days worth it?

By Brenna Jewell Staff Writer In the last two to three weeks, the weather has brought a lot of snow to Georgetown, layering the town with a picturesque feel. Children…

Georgetown without languages is just school

By Collin Smith Photo Editor Hello. I’m your typical Georgetown College student. I came in my freshman year planning my path to pharmacy school. I was enrolled in Chemistry 111…

Trim the limb to save the tree

Trim the limb to save the tree

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor   Let’s talk about Georgetown. And the future. Together. Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock—and I don’t even accept that excuse because I’ve been…

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