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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…

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…

Dr. Mergner to appeal tenure

By ALLIE ENGLERT A woman without regrets The Georgetown College community prides itself on the close-knit environment of its faculty and students. Thus, when Dr. Stephen Mergner’s application for tenure…

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…

Student reacts to creationism

By ZAC LOSEY Contributing Writer It’s no secret that recent studies all show that American students lag far behind other nations in science and math rankings. Scholars, educators and politicians…

Georgetown Students bring “Joyful Noise” to adoring audience

Georgetown Students bring “Joyful Noise” to adoring audience

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor There were little introductions given during last night’s Spring Concert. But, as choir adviser Mrs. Robbi J. Barber said, the choir needs little…

The Plastic Trigger: “Violence, the interactive medium and the goal to stay objective”

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer The shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December stands as one of the worst tragedies of this young decade. Despite all certainties and absolutes…

GC Baseball pull off away series sweep

GC Baseball pull off away series sweep

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer The men’s baseball team continues their trek through the mid-south and the NAIA in general with another sweep of a conference opponent. After losing to…

Men/Women’s Tennis drop match to CU

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer The Tigers’ women’s tennis team sits well in the mid-south, with a 5-2 record within the conference. The men have struggled, at 2-4, within the…

Senior Sports Spotlight: Tanner Baldwin

Senior Sports Spotlight: Tanner Baldwin

Hometown: Lexington, Ky Position: Shortstop Favorite memory from playing at GC: Just hanging out with my teammates on and off the field and the friendships I have made with them…