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Brooklyn Nine-Nine is more than slapstick

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a new hit action comedy show on FOX about the (fictional) 99th Precinct of the New York City Police Department in Brooklyn.…

Last of Us video game worth a try

By Shay McCleavy Staff Writer 4 out of 4 stars Can video games tell engaging stories? Last summer The Last of Us was released to critical and commercial success on…

Winter’s Tale is a winter’s fail

Winter’s Tale is a winter’s fail

By Caitlin Knox A&E Editor This Valentine’s Day I saw “Winter’s Tale.” It was a beautiful love story that brought most of my friends to tears. But there were so…

Dr. Ralph Wood speaks on Tolkien

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer Tolkien admirers, English majors and Christians (particularly Catholics) were equally delighted on Tuesday when Baylor University professor of literature and theology Dr. Ralph Wood came…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Genée Johns

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Genée Johns

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Like all humans, Genée is 75 percent water and, unlike most, 25 percent bagels. She is a music major and a borderline genius on the…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Dennis Propp

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Dennis Propp

By Kaitlin Fahey Copy Editor Senior Dennis Propp of Crestwood, Ky. said that Georgetown College “felt like home from the start,” referring to when he visited campus after hearing about…

GC finishes home games with wins

GC finishes home games with wins

By Kaitlin Fahey Copy Editor On Saturday, Feb. 22 the Georgetown College men’s and women’s basketball teams each played their last home match of the regular season. Both Senior day…

Kentucky wins in a nail-biter

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer UK fans held their breath Saturday afternoon as Andrew Harrison shot a free throw in the final 20 seconds of the game attempting a tie,…

Barmore to try out for US Olympic team

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor While the Winter Olympics are ending, hopes for the Summer Olympics are being realized. Georgetown Assistant Volleyball Coach Amy Barmore, who is a GC alum,…

Tigers unable to extinguish Fire

Tigers unable to extinguish Fire

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor This past weekend the Georgetown College softball team traveled to Florida for a double-header against Southeastern University. Unfortunately for the Tigers, a win was not…