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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…

Upcoming Presidential Candidate Sessions

Upcoming Presidential Candidate Sessions

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor Students have the chance to meet and talk to all three presidential candidates that have been chosen by the presidential search committee. Jason Rogers, one…

What makes an athlete a star?

What makes an athlete a star?

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer What makes an athlete a star? A hero even? When he or she wins a lot of games or has the best stats? When he…

Once upon a college

Once upon a college

By Rachael Castillo & Allie Englert Two women without regrets *Disclaimer: The contents of this page do interpret the views of these writers. This document, however, is satirical and should…

Student touches on Biblical literalism

By ZAC LOSEY Contributing Writer Due to recent events on this campus, I can no longer hold my tongue. Activism blatantly advocating abominations is becoming too strong, and I feel…

Writer gives insight on Middle East cult

Writer gives insight on Middle East cult

By JONATHAN KAYS Contributing Writer So, I’m a fan of this Middle Eastern extremist cult leader that you guys may have read about. I don’t know if you will remember…

“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…