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Student suggests semester final survival strategies

Student suggests semester final survival strategies

By Kate Doctor Staff Writer It’s that time of year again. The weather is getting chillier, the semester is dying down and the campus is preparing/panicking over finals coming up…

Stop the Christmas music snobbery

Stop the Christmas music snobbery

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer Recently, as a consequence of my majors, I’ve discovered an eloquently put together argument by philosopher and epistemologist Alvin Plantinga concerning the nature of religious…

“Liberal arts” needs the arts

“Liberal arts” needs the arts

By Fiona McElrath Staff Writer It is no secret that the arts departments at Georgetown College are small, with no performing arts building and a temporary black box theatre from…

Abandon cloistered virtue and speak

Abandon cloistered virtue and speak

By Jonathan Balmer Opinion Editor Students, all of you have a voice, a voice squandered whenever you neglect to use it. Allow me tell you two stories from my freshman…

Transfer student confesses her GC love

Transfer student confesses her GC love

BY Abigail Smith Staff Writer I admit it. I LOVE Georgetown College. I transferred here from Transylvania University after just one semester there. Why? Because there truly is no place…

Bronies: magical and fun-loving or just weird?

Bronies: magical and fun-loving or just weird?

By Fiona McElrath Staff Writer Right now, you are probably thinking one of two things: “Oh hay! A ‘My Little Pony’ article!” or, “Oh, hooves! How could they print an…

For Democracy’s sake: restore the vote

For Democracy’s sake: restore the vote

By Cristian Nunez Staff Writer Two hundred thousand Kentuckians are currently unable to participate in the democratic process in the Commonwealth. They are not allowed to vote, to run for…

I cannot prove God

I cannot prove God

By Jonathan Balmer Opinion Editor Last weekend I attended the Center for Faith & Learning’s philosophy conference “Kierkegaard: A Christian thinker for our time?” The Baylor University conference included scholars…

Caf desegregation vigilante strikes

Caf desegregation vigilante strikes

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer The culprit’s first action was done when no one was looking—moving the tables around in the caf. From the beginning, the Desegregation Vigilante Vandal has…

Halloween brings ghost stories and fun

Halloween brings ghost stories and fun

By Fiona McElrath Staff Writer Every town has its ghost stories, and Georgetown is no different. If you are a fan of frightening fantasies, here are the top five stories…