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Writing Center is here to help you

Writing Center is here to help you

By Leanndra W. Padgett Back Page Editor Every student at some point faces the dreaded writer’s block, the confusing assignment or the frighteningly messy rough draft. Unless said student conveniently…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Jonathan Balmer

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Jonathan Balmer

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor   When tasked with describing Jonathan Balmer, one is faced with the question, “Where to begin?” At the beginning, it would seem. He is the…

Construction threatens Great Crossing Trail

Construction threatens Great Crossing Trail

By CRISTIAN NÚÑEZ Staff Writer Georgetown’s Great Crossing Park may be familiar to some Georgetown College students, but for those who are not, it is a beautiful 4.8 acres of…

Senior Spotlight: Johnathan Rogers

Senior Spotlight: Johnathan Rogers

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Editor Johnathan Rogers may be a fifth year senior, but he’s no slacker. In fact, he walked in last May’s graduation because he already had…

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Guilherme Silva

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Guilherme Silva

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Everyone has a story, but Dr. Guilherme Silva’s just happens to be better than most. A native of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he originally studied…

Senior Spotlight: Seaton Stiles

Senior Spotlight: Seaton Stiles

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Seaton Stiles is a double major in Communication and Psychology. In each department she loves both the professors and people. She likes learning about those…

Senior Spotlight: Georges Nzabanita

Senior Spotlight: Georges Nzabanita

By Leanndra W. Padgett Copy Writer Georges (the s is silent) Nzabanita is an exceptional senior. He is from the Democratic Republic of Congo and has been studying for years…

Senior Spotlight: Maddy Fritz

Senior Spotlight: Maddy Fritz

By Kaitlin Fahey Staff Writer When Maddy Fritz first considered coming to Georgetown College, her initial thought was: “There’s no way I am going to a school that doesn’t have…

Hong’s is a Georgetown tradition

Hong’s is a Georgetown tradition

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer What’s better than biting into a sweet and warm doughnut at 2:00 in the morning? Nothing, that’s what! Hong’s is a family owned business that…

Kappa Delta 5K raises over $600

Kappa Delta 5K raises over $600

By Meghan Alessi Features Editor Saturday was a lovely day for a 5K, which was great for the ladies of Kappa Delta. They hosted their “Leap Around the Loop 5K”…