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Possibilities of historically black fraternity on campus

Possibilities of historically black fraternity on campus

By JOEL REIHMER Staff Writer As most people have recently become aware, a historically black fraternity, also known as an HBC (house of black culture), is trying, as the recent…

Not-so-end of the world

Not-so-end of the world

By BREANNA DAVIS Staff Writer Yet another end of the world has been avoided. Not by our design, of course. When we are faced with something that we cannot control,…

Georgetown cutbacks continue

Georgetown cutbacks continue

By JABRIA WEBB Staff Writer We’re all aware of the recent changes taking place here at Georgetown College. Many are worried about what the financial cutbacks will mean for the…

Casebolt competes in Miss America

Casebolt competes in Miss America

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer On Jan. 12, Georgetown College’s Jessica Casebolt (age 19) placed in the top 16 in the 2013 Miss America Pageant. Jessica is originally from Pikeville…

Angela Taylor leaves for U of L

Angela Taylor leaves for U of L

By ASHLIE DAVIS Staff Writer It seems as though the transition and change which began early last semester will continue into the new year. As announced in a Dec. 19…

Midnight Brunch continues to be a favorite break from finals stress

Midnight Brunch continues to be a favorite break from finals stress

Come to the Caf Thursday night, Dec. 6 at midnight for a break from finals with fun and good food By MEGHAN ALESSI Staff Writer Now, for the moment we’ve…

Presidential Search Committee releases update

Presidential Search Committee releases update

Dear Georgetown Family, The Presidential Search Committee has officially begun the process of identifying the next president of Georgetown College.  The Committee consists of Pastor Richard Gaines, Trustee; Frank Penn…

Students will run to care for trafficking victims “as their own”

Students will run to care for trafficking victims “as their own”

I Will Run campaign hosts half-marathon in Lexington  to raise money for As Our Own organization which is committed to rescuing children from exploitation By KATIE SANDERS Staff Writer Her…

Student Morgan Floyd shares her experiences in India with campus

Student Morgan Floyd shares her experiences in India with campus

By KELSEY CASTANEDA Copy Editor International Education Week occurred the week before Thanksgiving Break, and featured some exciting changes and events for Georgetown students. The Caf prepared food from different…

International Education Week sets students’ sights abroad

International Education Week sets students’ sights abroad

All are welcome to treat their minds and their taste buds to a buffet of exciting opportunities by MEGHAN ALESSI Staff Writer You may have already noticed the change in…