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Death, Drones and Doctrine: The Fault in American Foreign Policy

Death, Drones and Doctrine: The Fault in American Foreign Policy

By JONATHAN BALMER Contributing Writer More than potentially harming our long-term prosperity, the foreign policy of the United States has gross moral flaws which have failed a generation here and…

Student reacts to Caf mural

Student reacts to Caf mural

By RACHAEL CASTILLO Copy-Editor Four years ago, I stepped foot on the Georgetown College’s campus for the first time. I remember three things about the tour I received that day:…

Give a hoot!

By JONATHAN KAYS Contributing Writer So, today I decided to give up on caring; I will give zero copulations, zero fornications and not a single coitus. My plan is to…

Education reform needed

By JONATHAN BALMER Contributing writer State legislation recently doubled the expectations for aspiring educators to include 200 observation hours—  which sucks generally but especially at Georgetown College. Other institutions, such…

How much rain is enough?

By HANNAH KRIEGER Copy Editor What percent chance of rain should there be before I wear rain boots to class? We all know that the weather of Georgetown seems to…

What do we do with the Golden Rule?

By ZACK LOSEY Contributing Writer As I’m no doubt writing to a generally conservative, Christian audience I’d like to start with a disclaimer—I mean no offense. That said, what I’m…

Why do we deserve the sort of lives we lead?

By JONATHAN KAYS Contributing writer If I have any luck at all, then hopefully you’ll miss the initial claim of this article and cruise blissfully through the well crafted orations…

Independent student offers take on recruitment

By AUSTIN FRALEY Contributing Writer It’s springtime and recruitment is in the air. From new people wearing letters to extremely loud circle-ups, it’s unavoidable to notice. For some, it’s a…

Avoid a disservice to yourself

By ETHAN SMITH Opinion Editor These are uncertain times we live in.  Our nation has a lot of issues that need attention from capable leaders.  Similarly, our college has many…

Turkey: a classic icon that must be respected above all others

By JONATHAN KAYS Staff Writer Turkey, the myth, the bird, the legend. Born of greatness, hatched from the spherical dome of ivory inevitability. The emblematic embalming of every inkling to…