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GC tennis season comes to an end

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Both the Men’s and the Women’s tennis teams played their final game on April 15 against St. Catherine College and both teams won. The men…

GC athletes earn prestigious award

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Success of Georgetown sports is quite common, and integrity goes right along with the Tiger’s winning ways. It’s one thing to win, but to be…

Take Back the Night successful

Take Back the Night successful

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor The Take Back the Night Foundation was established in 1999 by Katie Koestner in response to her own experience with date rape. She was the…

Woodford Academy at Georgetown College set to begin fall 2014

Woodford Academy at Georgetown College set to begin fall 2014

By ALLIE ENGLERT Back Page Editor After months of preparation, Georgetown College recently agreed to a partnership with Woodford County High School that will allow Advanced Placement students at WCHS…

“Ireland’s Greatest Export” provides laughs, tears and a beautiful story

By KATE DOCTOR Staff Writer The fact that this show sold out two nights in a row and had to add on a fourth show on Monday, April 22 told…

GC students enjoy Earth Day activities

GC students enjoy Earth Day activities

By JESSICA CAREY Staff Writer On Sunday, April 21, the sun came out to cheer on the Georgetown Sustainability Initiative in hosting their second annual Share: The Earth Day Event…

Why you should become a regular patron of a Lexington Landmark

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor We all watch movies. Either in the comfort of your own home on Blu-ray or DVD, at a Nexus event here on campus…

Finalists announced for president

Finalists announced for president

Three candidates have been picked by GC’s Presidential Search Committee. By CAITLIN KNOX Editor-in-Chief The Presidential Search Committee has decided on three finalists for our next college president. According to…

Last Chapel honors Pres. Crouch

Last Chapel honors Pres. Crouch

Students expressed thanks and shared memories at the last convocation of the semester. By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor Students, staff and faculty gathered in the John L. Hill Chapel Tuesday…

Student comments on Greek Banquet

By LEANNDRA PADGETT Contributing Writer The Greek Banquet is an insult to Independents. That sounds a bit harsh. The concept is fine; I’ve got nothing against organizations eating, celebrating or…