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“Frozen” could be a new classic

By Lauren Abbot Staff Writer With all the hype surrounding Disney’s “Frozen,” some are questioning if the franchise’s newest flick is as good as people say it is. With its…

Hustle to see this clever film

Hustle to see this clever film

By Shay McCleavy Staff Writer   Occasionally you see a film where you hang on every word. Characters clash and a dense plot develops as we peer into the lives…

Tiger Symphonic Band performing next week

Tiger Symphonic Band performing next week

By Brooke Whitaker Staff Writer It’s that time again, Tigers! The time for you to see the more formal side of the Fighting Tiger Grrr Pep Band: the lovely Tiger…

Choir concert impresses audience

Choir concert impresses audience

BY Hannah Krieger A&E Editor On Tuesday Nov. 19 at 11 a.m., students, faculty and visitors gathered for the choir concert chapel led by Dr. Deakins. It was Deakins first…

Beauty stipulations embedded in college life

Beauty stipulations embedded in college life

By Caliesha Comley News Editor Last Wednesday, the GC Student Women and Gender Society (SWAGS) was pleased to host Dr. Karen Tice of the University of Kentucky Department of Gender…

“Maine” delivers spectacular performance

“Maine” delivers spectacular performance

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer “Almost, Maine” played on a great trifecta – laughter, sadness and hope—all at the same time. Not only was the play amazing, but the stage…

“State of Sculpture” exhibit filled with diverse sights

“State of Sculpture” exhibit filled with diverse sights

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer Many great works by a myriad of artists are currently displayed in the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery. I viewed quite an interesting display…

“Thor: The Dark World” pleases audiences

“Thor: The Dark World” pleases audiences

By Brooke Whitaker Staff Writer The perfect mix of fighting, fanservice and sassiness all staged within gorgeous cinematography and flawless special effects and played out by a great cast? Yes,…

“Almost, Maine” comes to the stage this week

“Almost, Maine” comes to the stage this week

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer “Almost, Maine,” written by John Cariani, is a quirky romantic comedy composed of nine short scenes that will have you laughing, crying and thinking about…

“Pirates of Pinafore” presents operatic hilarity

“Pirates of Pinafore” presents operatic hilarity

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer “The Pirates of Pinafore” debuted Friday, Nov. 8 in the Chapel. It was a mishmash of Gilbert and Sullivan characters and themes all thrown into…