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Tigers fall short against Patriots

Tigers fall short against Patriots

By Kaitlin Fahey Copy Editor As regular season play was winding down, Georgetown’s men’s and women’s basketball teams found themselves in Williamsburg, Ky. on Thursday, Feb. 27 to play against…

GC sports face winter weather woes

GC sports face winter weather woes

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor Wintry weather has caused both the Georgetown baseball and softball teams to change up their schedules. Snowy and icy conditions as part of winter storm…

Ukraine crisis escalates as Russian troops occupy Crimea

By Zac Losey Staff Writer On Monday night, Ukrainian forces in the country’s southern peninsula of Crimea reported that Russian military is not only holding them hostage in various bases…

Governor defends same-sex marriage ban

Governor defends same-sex marriage ban

By Zac Losey Staff Writer On Feb. 12, U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn II issued a 23-page ruling concluding that Kentucky must recognize same-sex marriages. The ruling does not…

Student explains sustainability initiative

Student explains sustainability initiative

By Morgan Reeves Contributuing Writer The sustainability program at Georgetown College has undergone some changes over the past few years. While it is still a work-in-progress, GC has taken steps…

President Greene meets with GC Fairness

President Greene meets with GC Fairness

Press Release GC Fairness As GC Fairness approaches its first anniversary on campus, 24 members met with the new President. GC Fairness is a gathering of students, faculty and staff…

Issue 7 – Spring 2014

No law… abridging the freedom… of the press

No law… abridging the freedom… of the press

By Leanndra W. Padgett Backpage Editor / Global Scholar My call to fellow college students: be informed about things outside of your sphere. I’m preaching to myself and am all…

Arizona’s freedom and equality decidely (un)American

Arizona’s freedom and equality decidely (un)American

By Zac Losey Staff Writer Despite our great tradition of being a unique melting pot (or salad bowl, if you prefer) and promoting equality for all, the United States has…

Religious holidays for all or none?

Religious holidays for all or none?

By Fiona Mcelrath Staff Writer There is some controversy, I have noticed, as to whether or not Muslim holidays should be recognized in public schools—that is, if the government should…