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Convocation attendance skyrockets

Convocation attendance skyrockets

By Jonathan Balmer Opinion Editor On Aug. 27 students filled John L. Hill Chapel for the yearly Opening Convocation. Although the new system of Nexus-credit certification went down, all students…

Don’t do laundry in college

Don’t do laundry in college

By Caitlin Knox Editor-in-Chief You’ve put off doing laundry for far too long — you can tell because you’re wearing your least favorite underwear and you can’t find any socks…

President Crouch bids farewell

President Crouch bids farewell

After a legacy of 22 years, Crouch says he will “always bleed black and orange.” By CAITLIN KNOX Editor-in-Chief President William H. Crouch, Jr., like many people, has a business…

Seniors express their hopes for GC

Seniors express their hopes for GC

By ALLIE ENGLERT The girl on fire For this last Back Page issue, this writer asked a few graduating seniors to share their parting words with The Georgetonian. Due to…

GC baseball loses in MSC Tourney

GC baseball loses in MSC Tourney

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer The Tigers got a step closer and then took a step back in their hope for a bid to the NAIA national tournament over the…

Senior offers Top 10 tips for surviving Georgetown College

By EVAN HARRELL Features Editor Let me say at the outset that I wish I had read something like this when I was a freshman. My first semester here at…

Tebow can’t seem to find a home

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Quarterback Tim Tebow couldn’t seem to handle the pressure of playing in the “Big Apple.” After being released from two teams in two years, it’s…

The clock says it’s time to go

By AUSTIN CONWAY Contributing Writer There exists a sad sense of irony within these words. As we reach the end I can’t help but feel like only now have I…

Baseball goes 1-1 in opening round of tourney

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer The Mid-South Conference baseball tournament is played over the course of just a few days, yet each team gets two losses before they’re out for…

“Anna Karenina” displays unique perspective on a classic work

By HANNAH KRIEGER Copy Editor “Anna Karenina,” the latest from director Joe Wright, is an interpretive movie of Leo Tolstoy’s classic book. The movie tells the story of Anna (Keira…