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New adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet” delivers

New adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet” delivers

By Hannah Krieger A&E Editor Shakespeare’s most iconic play, “Romeo and Juliet,” once again graces the silverscreen in a recent remake. I was pleasantly surprised with this rendition of the…

Noh performers come back to Georgetown

Noh performers come back to Georgetown

By Hannah Krieger A&E Editor On Thursday, Oct. 24, the Noh performers will come back to grace the stage at Georgetown College. The Noh production is led by Asana Atsuyoshi…

“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” offers welcome break to stressed students

“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” offers welcome break to stressed students

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Last Friday, I took advantage of GAC’s Movies on Us night and ventured out to see what the Theatres of Georgetown had to offer. In…

Pickering designs sets for “Les Misérables”

Pickering designs sets for “Les Misérables”

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Robert Pickering was recently hired by UK Opera/Theater to design and build the set for “Les Misérables.” Unfortunately, the show is over and the set…

New Taste of the Month spices up Georgetown’s palate

New Taste of the Month spices up Georgetown’s palate

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Editor Georgetown Activities Council (GAC) has a new opportunity for students to expand their tastes by experiencing local restaurants. The Taste of the Month is…

Cyrus’ album does not twerk out

Cyrus’ album does not twerk out

By Hannah Krieger A&E Editor Miley Cyrus released her newest album, “Bangerz,” earlier this month. Cyrus also collaborates with some well-known artists including: Britney Spears, Nelly, Future, Big Sean and…

Bourbon n’ Toulouse brings Cajun food to Kentucky

Bourbon n’ Toulouse brings Cajun food to Kentucky

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Editor When I first heard the name Bourbon n’ Toulouse, I didn’t comprehend. And Creole food in Lexington… wasn’t that a little random? Nonetheless, I…

“Gravity” portrays stunning visuals

“Gravity” portrays stunning visuals

By Chuck Harris Technical Editor From the moment the lights go down, the movie “Gravity” pulls viewers into the depths of space. Right off, we are given a few basic,…

“Hymns and the Heavens” provided a dark experience

“Hymns and the Heavens” provided a dark experience

By Brooke Whitaker Staff Writer Don’t get me wrong: I like the sounds of the pipe organ as much as the next person, but last week’s performance of “Hymns and…

GC organizations explain missions through movies

GC organizations explain missions through movies

By Caliesha Comley News Editor Georgetown organizations often use documentary and movie screenings to help students visualize components of a group’s mission. They are often great at generating discussion about…