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GC Alums, others curate exhibition

GC Alums, others curate exhibition

Carnegie Center announces new exhibit, “Project Reclamation” about mountaintop removal The Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, Ind. is pleased to present the exhibition “Project Reclamation,” a…

Pres. Obama reelected to second term

Pres. Obama reelected to second term

  By EVAN HARRELL Editor-in-Chief As of approximately 11:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, major news circuits MSNBC, CNN, Fox and CBS called the election in favor of the incumbent,…

Tiger Preview Days prove successful

Tiger Preview Days prove successful

By ALLIE ENGLERT Back Page Editor Under the direction of the new Vice President of Enrollment and Management, Michelle Lynch, Georgetown has revamped campus visits for prospective students into what…

Center for Civic Engagement connects students and community

Center for Civic Engagement connects students and community

More courses at Georgetown College now offer a service learning component that allows students to put academics into action By CALIESHA COMLEY News Editor This past April, the Quality Enhancement…

SGA to host off-campus party in Nov.

SGA to host off-campus party in Nov.

By CALIESHA COMLEY Staff Writer When students think of November, events that immediately come to mind are the changing of the leaves, basketball season and Thanksgiving break. But there’s something…

Students respond: President Obama vs. Governor Romney

Students respond: President Obama vs. Governor Romney

With the 2012 Presidential election less than a month away, students were invited to watch the second Presidential debate last night as it was broadcast in the Grille. SGA hosted the…

A letter to the Georgetown community

A letter to the Georgetown community

President Crouch addresses his recent decision to retire Dear Georgetown College community, In 1991, I was selected to be the 23rd president of Georgetown College. I was 39 years old…

Students happy to call Hambrick “home”

Students happy to call Hambrick “home”

By KELSEY CASTANEDA Copy Editor  This time last fall, eager students were moving into the brand new Rucker Village townhouses. They had suffered a few months of temporary displacement in…

Homecoming weekend in review

Homecoming weekend in review

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor Homecoming week is over, bringing a mix of relief, memories and a dusting of glitter all over campus. Life really was a circus for anyone…

Homecoming 2012 begins at the annual Office of Diversity Fish Fry

Homecoming 2012 begins at the annual Office of Diversity Fish Fry

By KATI WILSON Staff Writer As some of you may have noticed, Georgetown did not have its annual back to school fish fry. This year the Office of Diversity decided…