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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…

Georgetown baseball sweeps UVA-Wise

Georgetown baseball sweeps UVA-Wise

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Since March 19th, the Tigers baseball team has been on a tear through the Mid-Western conference and brought their overall record to 21-12. They won…

A student’s guide to picking classes

A student’s guide to picking classes

By ALLIE ENGLERT A woman without regrets Georgetown takes pride in many facets of campus life. We have stellar athletics, a close- knit community and a myriad of campus organizations.…

Why “=” Matters

Why “=” Matters

By ZAC LOSEY Contributing Writer I hate math. So when I found Facebook blown up with bright red equal signs last week I wasn’t too pleased to say the least.…

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT: Matt Smith

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT: Matt Smith

Matt Smith is a senior baseball player. Hometown: I am from Versailles, Ky. Position: I’m a starting pitcher. Favorite memory from playing at GC: My favorite memory of playing here…

Those other sports matter too!

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer This past weekend was quite possibly the best game of Georgetown College Athletics’ history, a game that will definitely go down in history as one…

March Madness

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer March Madness has been great for fans of basketball this year. Teams such as Florida Gulf Coast University and Wichita State University have made things…

Phi Kappa Phi invites new members

By RACHAEL YOUNG Staff Writer Here at Georgetown College, Phi Kappa Phi, established in 1897 as the nation’s oldest, largest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines,…

Dance Marathon raises $6,000 for CMNH

Dance Marathon raises $6,000 for CMNH

By HANNAH KENNEDY Staff Writer On Friday, March 22, at 5:00 p.m., a group of students began a great adventure: Dance Marathon. For several months there have been posters covering…