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Why I am voting for Obama (or rather, what I find important)

By JONATHAN KAYS Staff Writer Yes indeed, another political opinion article. Please, please try to restrain yourselves from the joyous ecstasy you osmose when bureaucracy showers you with its soggy…

We must rebuild democracy the Republican way

By MORGAN FRALICK Contributing Writer   In the 2012 election, the Democratic and Republican parties will be represented by President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. In the beginning of…

Decisions must be made regarding welfare

Decisions must be made regarding welfare

By ETHAN SMITH Opinion Editor   A recurring issue that I notice popping up in political conversations is welfare.  I myself often feel torn between the camps that favor and…

Student goes for run, envisions dream for a better future

By MEREDITH CAVE Contributing Writer What if we changed the way we go about things? What I am about to suggest just might turn our lovely little Georgetown world upside-down,…

Student sees GC making much-needed progress as microcosm of U.S.

By LEANNDRA PADGETT Staff Writer This semester, GC’s Global Scholars read and discussed a book about the state of America by Thomas Friedman and Michael Mandelbaum titled “That Used to…

Student apathy is evident throughout “27” movement, retirement

By EVAN HARRELL Editor-in-Chief By the time you read this, you will probably have chosen to either like or not like the “Support the 27” Facebook page (which, as of…

Standing firmly behind the 27

By LYNSEY JORDAN Staff Writer On Thursday, Sept. 27, 27 tenured professors met with the Board of Trustees to discuss the state of the college. The exact details of the…

Student discourages negativity

By ZAC LOSEY Staff Writer You’ve probably heard a lot about “the 27” lately. Contrary to popular belief, this is not a reference to the 27 Club, a very exclusive…

Politics obscure environmental issues

Politics obscure environmental issues

By ETHAN SMITH Opinion Editor   Ultimately, we all want to be happy.  This is a no-brainer. I’ve never known a person who would say they enjoy being unhappy.  I’ve…

Students must act on their passions

By JONATHAN KAYS Contributing Writer SEX… wonderful, now that you’re reading…This writer, while joyfully prancing in the blissful stupor of Kant’s “The Critique of Pure Reason,” and surreptitiously galumphing through…