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Kentucky artists lead “Rally to Stop the I-75 Connector”

Kentucky artists lead “Rally to Stop the I-75 Connector”

By Caliesha Comley News Editor Last Thursday, Sept. 19, over 500 people crowded into the Lyric Theater and Cultural Arts Center in Lexington to attend “OFF THE ROAD! A Rally…

Student enjoys time with Phi Mu’s at Evan’s Orchard

Student enjoys time with Phi Mu’s at Evan’s Orchard

By Jackie Knight Staff Writer This past Saturday, Phi Mu invited anyone who was interested on a trip to Georgetown’s own Evans Orchard, and no one could have asked for…

“Karaoke” showcases talent

“Karaoke” showcases talent

By Kate Doctor and Hannah Krieger Staff Writer and A&E Editor When I walked into the Lab Theatre on Sunday to see “Last Night Karaoke,” I wasn’t entirely certain what…

Rusty Wallace’s “Dialogue” fails to impress

Rusty Wallace’s “Dialogue” fails to impress

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Rusty Wallace’s Dialogue went on display in the Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on Aug. 30, following a reception with the artist. Wallace, a Georgetown and…

Student supports free Kindle books

Student supports free Kindle books

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Let me just say it: I love my Kindle. It’s probably up there with the color green and sleeping. (Who cares about sliced bread?) Of…

The second Night Market will promote community in Lexington

The second Night Market will promote community in Lexington

By Leanndra W. Padgett Staff Writer An innovative and exciting movement is developing in downtown Lexington. Citizens are joining with artists of all kinds, from musicians to vendors of food,…

Student Showcase: short story

Student Showcase: short story

By Jackie Knight Staff Writer Rosa dated the moon once. He took her to a movie, and they discussed that if there were magic in the world, it must be…

Palimpset encourages new worldviews

Palimpset encourages new worldviews

By Hannah Kennedy Staff Writer Dr. Seuss once said, “Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.” Having little art background, I sometimes feel overwhelmed when looking at…

Sujo John’s message challenges others to end human trafficking

Sujo John’s message challenges others to end human trafficking

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer On Tuesday, Sujo John spoke of his amazing story of surviving 9/11. But Monday night, several students gathered in the chapel to hear him speak…

Student enjoys Woodland Art Fair

Student enjoys Woodland Art Fair

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Editor The weekend before classes started back, some friends and I were meeting up in Lexington and looking for something to do. After googling “things…