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Intramurals return

Intramurals return

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor A beloved Georgetown tradition is starting back up: intramurals. Whether you enjoy “sweating like grease monkeys” in a game of dodgeball, or the more traditional…

Newman Center provides new outlet for Catholic students

Newman Center provides new outlet for Catholic students

By Braden Bocard Staff Writer Sophomore Alex Caudill has been crucial to bringing the Newman Center to our small college. The Newman Center is a national chain devoted to bringing…

Dr. Dickinson receives Walker Manning Distinguished Mentor and Teacher Award

Dr. Dickinson receives Walker Manning Distinguished Mentor and Teacher Award

By Anna Meurer Copy Editor Dr. Jonathan Dickinson, associate professor of physics, was awarded the John Walker Manning Distinguished Mentor and Teacher Award at last Tuesday’s Opening Convocation to a…

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…

Non-Discrimination Rally spreads awareness

Non-Discrimination Rally spreads awareness

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor The Non-Discrimination Work Group, or as member Cristian Nuñez refers to it, the Social Justice League, held a peaceful rally on Friday afternoon in front…

“Next Gen”: Where have we been? Where are we going?

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer The term “generation” is often used to describe a console’s lifecycle. The days of the original Xbox, PS2 and GameCube were counted as the sixth…

GAC sponsors end of the year activities

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor At the end of every semester each student must overcome the dreaded finals week. However, there is a silver lining to this sad affair and…

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Evan Harrell

SENIOR STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Evan Harrell

By ALLIE ENGLERT Back Page Editor You may know Evan Harrell for his sensational dance moves or his keen sense of fashion. Originally from Middlesboro, Ky., the music education major…