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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…

Staff responds to “Dr. White outs himself”

By: SCOTT SWITZER Contributing Writer You’ll need your Bible for this… In my daily life I strive for the meek approach.  I tend to let the increasing depravity and hopelessness…

Kratos trades Titans for Furies in newest “God of War”

Kratos trades Titans for Furies in newest “God of War”

By AUSTIN CONWAY Staff Writer A new common trend in the game industry seems to have emerged within recent years.  Traditionally, a successful first installment would be joined by a…

Senior fills shoes of acting legend in “Shakespeare for My Father”

Senior fills shoes of acting legend in “Shakespeare for My Father”

By COREY HOWELL Arts and Entertainment Editor In the forward of Lynn Redgrave’s 1993 one-woman show, “Shakespeare for My Father,” the legendary actress explains, “I set off on a journey…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Layla Padgett

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Layla Padgett

By EVAN HARRELL Features Editor When asked what her favorite memory of Georgetown was, Layla found it difficult to think of just one. Some top contenders were the various mission…