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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…

Obama breathes new life into King’s speech

Obama breathes new life into King’s speech

By Jackie Knight Staff Writer When I heard that our president would be speaking at the Lincoln Memorial on the 50th anniversary of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have…

New choir director replaces Dr. Campbell

New choir director replaces Dr. Campbell

By Morgan Fralick Staff Writer This year the Music Department introduces Dr. Mark Deakins, the new conductor of the Georgetown College Chorale and Concert Choir. Dr. Deakins received his undergraduate…

“City of Bones” lives up to book

“City of Bones” lives up to book

By Brooke Whitaker Staff Writer This writer will be the first to admit that she is not generally fond of book to movie adaptations, which is why I had mixed…

What makes an athlete a star?

What makes an athlete a star?

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer What makes an athlete a star? A hero even? When he or she wins a lot of games or has the best stats? When he…