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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…

Who (should) run the world? Girls!

Who (should) run the world? Girls!

By Lynsey Jordan Web Editor Watching coverage of the government’s shutdown for 16 straight days was a nightmare. Viewers of channels like CNN heard worldwide, angry accusations made by lawmakers…

We all need to take a walk

We all need to take a walk

By Leanndra Padgett Copy Editor Kentuckians do not walk enough. The car is an amazing machine, but the human feet are an even more valuable asset. All too often, potential…

Student shares hopes for President Greene

Student shares hopes for President Greene

By Meredith Scalos Staff Writer It’s the moment that we’ve all been waiting for since former President Crouch announced his retirement last fall: the arrival of the new (and hopefully…

Fall weather brings new ways to have fun

Fall weather brings new ways to have fun

By Fiona McElrath Staff Writer Leaves are red, leaves are green, leaves are yellow…..what does this mean? Fall! In case you haven’t been tipped off by the cold winds, changing…

An Independent reflects upon Songfest

An Independent reflects upon Songfest

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Editor Songfest is a season that elicits many emotions: the joy of performing, the pride of school and organization spirit, the stress of a busy…

Competition can ruin the fun

Competition can ruin the fun

By Collin Smith Photo Editor I’ll be completely honest: Georgetown was my last choice of schools to go to. I decided I hated everything to do with Georgetown College. Knight…

Georgetown can capitalize on its strengths

Georgetown can capitalize on its strengths

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor As you might have noticed, Georgetown is shrinking. In 2008, official undergraduate enrollment was 1,302. This year, enrollment is 1,116. Especially in a primarily tuition-dependent…