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You’ve probably never heard of this

You’ve probably never heard of this

By ERIC BALMER Sports Editor This new sport may not be as exhilarating as underwater basket weaving or as relaxing as cliff camping, but it might just become your new…

GC baseball wins first MSC title

GC baseball wins first MSC title

By Kaitlin Fahey Copy Editor Over Easter weekend, students received an email announcing that the Georgetown College baseball team had won their first-ever regular season Mid-South Conference title. The announcement…

BOXOUT brings attention to homelessness

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer This week, the Scott County Hospitality House and Georgetown College Common Ground are hosting an immersion awareness event called BOXOUT 2014. These two organizations want…

CFCI initiates discussion on GC’s conflict free future

CFCI initiates discussion on GC’s conflict free future

By Aubri Layson Contributing Writer and CFCI Member One of the newest organizations on Georgetown’s campus is the Conflict Free Campus Initiative (CFCI). Although new, CFCI has begun to make…

Lambda Chi Alpha raises funds for The Gathering Place

Press Release Tanner Brondhaver External Vice-President Lambda Chi Alpha The Kappa Omega Zeta Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha at Georgetown College recently held their first annual Green Eggs & Lambs…

Earth Day “Restores” campus commitment to environmental justice

Earth Day “Restores” campus commitment to environmental justice

By ANDREA BELLEW Staff Writer If anyone around the campus heard music blasting the evening of April 22, it most likely came from Gidding’s Lawn, where the Georgetown Sustainability Initiative’s…

Lunceford retires after 33 years at GC

Lunceford retires after 33 years at GC

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor   One of Dr. Joe Lunceford’s favorite things to say to first-time students is, “I have one lecture. It starts on the first day of…

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot…”

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot…”

By Leanndra W. Padgett Backpage Editor / Earth Lover Delays are rare and cancellations unheard of, so everyone was in for a shock (or pleasant surprise) when GC classes were…

The many reasons why morning people have got it right

By Anna Meurer Opinion Editor My day starts at 4-5 a.m. Why? Because I work at a barn and I have 17 hungry ponies to feed and take care of…

World’s worst bridge-builder asks for forgiveness

By Jonathan Balmer Staff Writer “Never forget that only dead fish swim with the stream,” Malcolm Muggeridge, the English satirist, journalist and great contrarian, often said. If I ever was…