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Discussion into Delusion: Craig Gillespie’s “Lars and the Real Girl”

Discussion into Delusion: Craig Gillespie’s “Lars and the Real Girl”

By KATE DOCTOR Staff Writer Before going to the Feb. 27, 2013 screening of “Lars and the Real Girl,” I had never even heard of the film. I had received…

2013 Senior Art Show

2013 Senior Art Show

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor On Friday, March 22, 2013, from 5 to 7 pm in the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, students majoring in art and…

April Flanders: Unintended Consequences

April Flanders: Unintended Consequences

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor One can always guess what the intended meaning of a work of art may be, but it isn’t very often that you get to hear…

Sony’s PlayStation 4 announced

Sony’s PlayStation 4 announced

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer Last Wednesday, Sony took the stage at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York to officially pull the curtain back on the PlayStation 4. Rumors for…

Cochenour Gallery exhibit wows

Cochenour Gallery exhibit wows

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor You might have noticed all of the bright colors emanating from the Cochenour Gallery recently (outside of the Jacobs Gallery in the LRC). If not,…

Choir more than just “Joyful Noise”

Choir more than just “Joyful Noise”

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer On Feb. 19, 2013 all in attendance were treated to a wonderful celebration of black musical history presented by Georgetown College’s Joyful Noise Choir. After…

Inaugural Third Thursday a big hit

Inaugural Third Thursday a big hit

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor The night of Feb. 21, 2013 was a cold one. Sleet was pouring out of the sky, and tucked away on the bottom…

WRVG presents “Third Thursdays”

WRVG presents “Third Thursdays”

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor This Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, Georgetown College’s radio station, WRVG, will be kicking off a brand new concert series to showcase local musical…

Retro Review: “Life is Beautiful”

Retro Review: “Life is Beautiful”

By BREANNA DAVIS Staff Writer When the Holocaust is brought up, there is very rarely any room for laughter. In “Life is Beautiful,” however, Roberto Benigni shows us a Holocaust…

“Safe Haven” Shines as a Story of Second Chances

“Safe Haven” Shines as a Story of Second Chances

By HANNAH KRIEGER Managing Editor Nicholas Sparks has had his fair share of stories turned into movies. Although his classically romantic movies are near and dear to almost every girl’s…