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Why you should become a regular patron of a Lexington Landmark

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor We all watch movies. Either in the comfort of your own home on Blu-ray or DVD, at a Nexus event here on campus…

Tiger Band welcomes all to their Annual Spring Concert

Tiger Band welcomes all to their Annual Spring Concert

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor On April 25 at 8:00 p.m. in the John L. Hill Chapel, the Georgetown College Tiger Symphonic Band will be presenting its Annual…

Georgetown Students bring “Joyful Noise” to adoring audience

Georgetown Students bring “Joyful Noise” to adoring audience

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor There were little introductions given during last night’s Spring Concert. But, as choir adviser Mrs. Robbi J. Barber said, the choir needs little…

The Plastic Trigger: “Violence, the interactive medium and the goal to stay objective”

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer The shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December stands as one of the worst tragedies of this young decade. Despite all certainties and absolutes…

“The Host” goes against Meyer-hate

“The Host” goes against Meyer-hate

By ALEX COURTENAY Staff Writer I am not one to compliment Stephenie Meyer on her work, but “The Host” was actually really good. “The Host” has suspense, action, drama, a…

“Joyful Noise” returns to campus

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor On Monday, April 15 at 7:00 p.m. in the John L. Hill Chapel, the Joyful Noise Gospel Choir will be holding its Spring…

“The man who changed how we watch movies”

“The man who changed how we watch movies”

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer Human beings are by nature critical. We analyze, we examine and we judge all that exists within our lives and spectrums. Nothing is beyond man’s…

Senior One-Woman Show a Hit

Senior One-Woman Show a Hit

Senior fills shoes of acting legend in “Shakespeare for My Father”

Senior fills shoes of acting legend in “Shakespeare for My Father”

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor In the forward of Lynn Redgrave’s 1993 one-woman show, “Shakespeare for My Father,” the legendary actress explains, “I set off on a journey…

Kratos trades Titans for Furies in newest “God of War”

Kratos trades Titans for Furies in newest “God of War”

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer A new common trend in the game industry seems to have emerged within recent years.  Traditionally, a successful first installment would be joined by a…