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I’d like to propose a toast

I’d like to propose a toast

By Leanndra W. Padgett Backpage Editor / Butter Side Downer As we approach the end of the semester, a word on toast is in order. Various emotions are present on…

Recent thefts on campus a violation of campus honor

By Fiona Mcelrath Staff Writer Time: approximately 12-2. Place: Pawling Hall. Victim: A wall adapter. Not too long ago, a student of the English department had the adapter for his…

Graduate education is the way to grow

By Dairian Heard Staff Writer Over the past year, Georgetown has had financial struggles. This is due to a lot of things, one of them being low enrollment. Georgetown is…

I don’t have to defend my degree to you

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor As college students, we get asked about our majors a lot— have you noticed? That I understand and don’t mind. What I DO mind, however,…

Games strive toward emotion

Games strive toward emotion

By Austin Conway Contributing Writer When the Playstation 4 was revealed early last year, Quantic Dream’s David Cage took to the stage and spoke briefly about emotion. For Cage, the…

Band fulfills “fantasies and dreams”

Band fulfills “fantasies and dreams”

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer On Thursday, April 24 at 8 p.m., the Tiger Symphonic Band will present its annual spring concert, “Fantasy and Dreams” at the Chapel. The “Fantasy…

“Grand Budapest Hotel” checks in

By Shay McCleavy Staff Writer 4 out of 4 stars Imagine a screwball comedy, a noir thriller, a murder mystery and a period piece. Now roll them all together into…

Dr. Dummer finds joy in teaching Jazzercise

Dr. Dummer finds joy in teaching Jazzercise

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer What do you think of when you hear the word Jazzercise? Neon leggings? Off-shoulder sweatshirts? Giant headbands? Leotards? Well, get your mind out of the…

Professor McGee takes on role of Henry Clay

Professor McGee takes on role of Henry Clay

By Elizabeth Duccilli Staff Writer Henry Clay is without a doubt a famous figure in Kentucky history. Even though he ran for president three times and lost, he is still…

Guys, intramurals aren’t everything

Guys, intramurals aren’t everything

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor “It’s just a game.” This saying is a quite familiar one, but also one that may fall on deaf ears for those who participate in…

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