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“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…

Senior One-Woman Show a Hit

Senior One-Woman Show a Hit

Giddings is a rockin’

Giddings is a rockin’

New rocking chairs and benches add a welcoming touch. By CAITLIN KNOX Editor-in-Chief Six white rocking chairs now grace the porch of Giddings Hall. They have been there since the…

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…

Squirrel Tales

Squirrel Tales

GC students share their experiences with the multitude of squirrels that roam this campus. By CAITLIN KNOX Editor-in-Chief Squirrels are a common sight on any college campus, but it seems…

No more athletics at Georgetown!

No more athletics at Georgetown!

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Georgetown College sports have been an important part of the school’s history, traditions and culture throughout the years. With that being said, it came as…