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World premiere musical “Clara, My Love” is proud moment for GC

By MEREDITH RIGBY Staff Writer Monday morning, music students could be seen stumbling half-awake to their classes in Nunnelly Music Building. One cannot blame them for looking a little worn…

Band plans performance before apocalypse hits

Band plans performance before apocalypse hits

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor With all the natural disasters, zombie crazes and movies like “2012,” one has to wonder:  “What if the Mayans are right?” The Tiger Symphonic Band…

“Borderland” connects anatomy with imagination

“Borderland” connects anatomy with imagination

By MORGAN FRALICK Staff Writer If you ever find yourself wanting to experience something completely original and eye opening that will break you out of your monotonous routine on campus,…

World premiere of “Clara, My Love” comes to Georgetown this weekend

World premiere of “Clara, My Love” comes to Georgetown this weekend

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor This coming weekend is the world premiere of Dr. Heather Hunnicutt’s “Clara, My Love,” an art song musical inspired by the iconic love story of…

Student interviews behind-the-scenes music faculty member

Student interviews behind-the-scenes music faculty member

By MORGAN FRALICK Staff Writer One of the most involved but behind-the-scenes faculty members on campus is Mrs. Lori Smith of the music department here at Georgetown College. She is…

“Sinister” is positively sinister

“Sinister” is positively sinister

By KATE DOCTOR Staff Writer I would just like to point out that I absolutely love horror movies. When I was younger, I didn’t like them very much because they,…

“Perspectives” celebrates Jacobs Gallery’s ten-year anniversary

“Perspectives” celebrates Jacobs Gallery’s ten-year anniversary

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer “Perspectives: Celebrating a Decade of the Dr. Donald L. and Dorothy Jacobs Gallery” is exactly as its name suggests, an art exhibit created to celebrate…

“The 39 Steps” sells out opening night

“The 39 Steps” sells out opening night

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor   On Friday Oct. 19 there wasn’t an empty seat in the theatre thanks to the successful premiere of the play “The 39 Steps.” “It’s…

Foreign film series presents “Troy”

Foreign film series presents “Troy”

By KATE DOCTOR Staff Writer   I have never read “The Illiad” all the way through, but I do know what happens and what it is about. Summaries and sections…

BookEnviron inspires peace and reflection

BookEnviron inspires peace and reflection

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer “BookEnviron: Georgetown” is a beautiful art piece that leaves the viewer feeling tranquil and reflective. This piece consists of thin sheets of hand-made paper tied…