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Jackie Robinson remembered

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer There may not be a more influential, inspirational and brave person to have played the game of baseball than Jackie Robinson. From the moment he…

Softball Senior Day

Softball Senior Day

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer After four years of playing ball at Georgetown College, the seniors celebrated with a victorious double-header. Last Saturday, the women of the Tiger’s softball team…

A message from the Non-Discrimination Work Group

You probably know that gay rights have been in the national news, but you might not know that they are an issue on our own campus. Georgetown College protects students…

Food for Kids sponsored by SOC 118 still taking supplies

Food for Kids sponsored by SOC 118 still taking supplies

By RACHAEL YOUNG Staff Writer One of the greatest things our students take pride in here at Georgetown is our commitment to service. Obviously, going to a college with such…

Georgetown Baptist to hold annual Bishop Revival

By LEANNDRA PADGETT Staff Writer Next week (April 22-25), the Bishop Revival will take place at Georgetown Baptist Church. This annual event commemorates the partnership between Georgetown College and Bishop…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Ashleigh Barker

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Ashleigh Barker

By LEANNDRA PADGETT Staff Writer Ashleigh Morgan Barker is a woman of many talents and interests. Once you get to know her, you are inspired by her convictions and entertained…

SGA presidential election ensues

SGA presidential election ensues

By CAITLIN KNOX Editor-in-Chief There are four candidates running for president of GC’s Student Government Association (SGA). The election will take place this April 22-24, where students can vote via…

Student teaching offers hands-on experience

Student teaching offers hands-on experience

By EVAN HARRELL Features Editor Most seniors take final capstone courses their last semester, some spend months in preparation for oral examinations and still others complete various projects like art…

“The man who changed how we watch movies”

“The man who changed how we watch movies”

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer Human beings are by nature critical. We analyze, we examine and we judge all that exists within our lives and spectrums. Nothing is beyond man’s…

Kappa Delta raises $13,000

Kappa Delta raises $13,000

BY MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor You may have noticed the sparkly addition to Giddings lawn last week, as there were hundreds of shiny blue pinwheels planted into the ground; 384…