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¡Viva la Evolución!

¡Viva la Evolución!

By Zac Losey Staff Writer The Next Generation Science Standards, which were developed by a coalition of twenty-six states, are a controversial revision of science education for the state of…

Mondays and Tuesdays nearly kill me

Mondays and Tuesdays nearly kill me

By Jonathan Balmer Opinion Editor You know what really grinds my gears? Scheduling! It seems like everyone assumes that any event, meeting, training, work, or party at Georgetown College must…

Minors are educational opportunites

Minors are educational opportunites

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Whenever I’m in a situation that calls for introductions and I have to say, “I’m a History and Religion double major and a Political Science/Philosophy…

Student Responds to The Back Page

Student Responds to The Back Page

By Daniel Chick Staff Writer In my time here at Georgetown (I’m a senior now—God, I feel old), I’ve seen the Back Page be the platform for several inflammatory things…

Georgetown housing decisions are questionable

Georgetown housing decisions are questionable

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer It’s several weeks into the semester. You’re finally getting used to your classes. You could say that you’re finally completely settled in. Suddenly an email…

Student considers the complex Syrian situation

Student considers the complex Syrian situation

By Zac Losey Staff Writer When considering the conflict in Syria, there are many different lenses through which one could examine the conflict, all of which will likely lead one…

Bros can hold hands

Bros can hold hands

By Jonathan Balmer Opinion Editor Why do some people insist Frodo and Sam (heroes of “The Lord of the Rings” series and a nearly unequaled example of loyal friendship) must…

Student cautiously optimistic about President Greene

Student cautiously optimistic about President Greene

By Daniel Chick Staff Writer When Dr. Michael Dwaine Greene, Georgetown College’s recently installed 24th president, visited campus for the first time in July, I attended the forum available to…

Weeks of Welcome is not too shabby

Weeks of Welcome is not too shabby

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Tacky as it sounds, the only thing I could think when I first saw the chart for GC’s first ever “Weeks of Welcome” was, “Wow.”…

Name that hurricane “Rand”

Name that hurricane “Rand”

By Zac Losey Staff Writer It has been a big month for climate change. Not that the climate itself will be changing, at least I don’t think it will, but…