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Dr. Dummer finds joy in teaching Jazzercise

Dr. Dummer finds joy in teaching Jazzercise

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer What do you think of when you hear the word Jazzercise? Neon leggings? Off-shoulder sweatshirts? Giant headbands? Leotards? Well, get your mind out of the…

Professor McGee takes on role of Henry Clay

Professor McGee takes on role of Henry Clay

By Elizabeth Duccilli Staff Writer Henry Clay is without a doubt a famous figure in Kentucky history. Even though he ran for president three times and lost, he is still…

Georgetown offers Spring Break mission trips

Georgetown offers Spring Break mission trips

By Cassidy Clayton Staff Writer This year, Georgetown is offering students three different alternative spring break trips. The three locations are Camden, N.J.; Louisa, Ky.; and Ecuador. The Camden trip…

Benefit concert to be held during spring break

Benefit concert to be held during spring break

By Meghan Alessi Features Editor Ashley Morgan, a 2009 GC alum, is taking a year-long legal fellowship with International Justice Mission (IJM) and will be moving to Cambodia this summer.…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Scott Drake

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Scott Drake

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor In some ways Scott Drake seemed predestined to come to Georgetown College. A native of Lexington, Ky., he’s had a long experience with the college…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Genée Johns

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Genée Johns

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Like all humans, Genée is 75 percent water and, unlike most, 25 percent bagels. She is a music major and a borderline genius on the…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Dennis Propp

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Dennis Propp

By Kaitlin Fahey Copy Editor Senior Dennis Propp of Crestwood, Ky. said that Georgetown College “felt like home from the start,” referring to when he visited campus after hearing about…

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Rachel Draper

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Rachel Draper

By Cassidy Clayton Staff Writer If you have ever frequented the Mulberry Café, you are sure to have seen Rachel Draper. She has been working in the Mulberry since the…

There is always a place to study

There is always a place to study

By Brooke Whitaker Copy Editor With the first (for some) round of exams coming up, studying will be the campus–wide activity for the next few weeks. Everyone has different preferences…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Kel Arlinghaus

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Kel Arlinghaus

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor A resident of Cincinnati for most of his life, Kel Arlinghaus attended Newport Central Catholic High School before coming to Georgetown. Speaking on his decision…

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