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Students take social media too far

Students take social media too far

By ALLIE ENGLERT A woman without regrets Recently Georgetown has become a hot topic of conversation on social media. While admissions has created a Facebook page to plug in future…

Softball gets hot as Spring sets in

Softball gets hot as Spring sets in

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Just as the weather is warming up, the Georgetown College softball team have been on a hot streak. In fact, the Tigers are on a…

Student calls for new track facilities

By JOE RICHEY Staff Writer On behalf of my fellow cross country and track and field teammates I am informing the college community that the time is ripe to address…

GC baseball improves to 22-13

GC baseball improves to 22-13

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Since last week, the Tigers baseball team has gone 4-1 and pulled off another sweep of a divisional rival. Playing at home against Shawnee State…

Student advocates local beverage as candidate for college president

By JONATHAN KAYS Staff Writer I believe there needs to be a change on Georgetown’s campus, an immediate change in leadership. As a campus community, we’ve striven through strife and…

March Madness Ends

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer This year’s NCAA Final Four featured four really good teams, and three great, competitive games. Wichita State was only three points away from another big…

“Joyful Noise” returns to campus

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor On Monday, April 15 at 7:00 p.m. in the John L. Hill Chapel, the Joyful Noise Gospel Choir will be holding its Spring…

Thieves become problem on campus

Thieves become problem on campus

By RACHAEL YOUNG Staff Writer   Students have been on high alert concerning their personal property on campus recently. Thinking twice about leaving phones, wallets or keys on the tables…

“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…