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Fanaticism gone too far or premeditated discrimination?

Fanaticism gone too far or premeditated discrimination?

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer Although Georgetown College may have beaten the University of the Cumberlands on the court, the behavior of some Georgetown fans was far from winning. An…

GC celebrates Black History Month

GC celebrates Black History Month

By BREANNA DAVIS Staff Writer Normally when you hear about Black History Month, you hear about Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks and Malcolm X.  However, there is so much…

GC needs to reevaluate “frozen” policies

GC needs to reevaluate “frozen” policies

By ALLIE ENGLERT A woman without regrets There’s nothing this writer enjoys more than walking around our campus when it’s covered in a blanket of snow. Seeing the trees laden…

Death, Drones and Doctrine: The Fault in American Foreign Policy

Death, Drones and Doctrine: The Fault in American Foreign Policy

By JONATHAN BALMER Contributing Writer More than potentially harming our long-term prosperity, the foreign policy of the United States has gross moral flaws which have failed a generation here and…

Student reacts to Caf mural

Student reacts to Caf mural

By RACHAEL CASTILLO Copy-Editor Four years ago, I stepped foot on the Georgetown College’s campus for the first time. I remember three things about the tour I received that day:…

“Warm Bodies” far from lukewarm

“Warm Bodies” far from lukewarm

By KATE DOCTOR Staff Writer My initial thoughts about “Warm Bodies” were more skeptical than excited. The only zombie movies I’d ever seen in my life (as far as I…

“American Women and the Etching Revival”

“American Women and the Etching Revival”

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer The “American Women and Etching Revival: Works on Paper from the Payne Collection” opened in the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery on Jan. 25.…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: TJ Kelly

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: TJ Kelly

By ALLIE ENGLERT Back Page Editor A native of Shelbyville, Ky., TJ Kelly claims that he chose to pursue his undergraduate degree at GC for several reasons. “Georgetown didn’t have…

Shenaniganery ensues at Georgetown

Part II of III in a serial short story about having fun on Georgetown’s campus By LEANNDRA PADGETT Staff Writer Previously in a true story to prove that fun adventures…

GC Tennis gains national recognition

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Georgetown College athletics are seemingly always on the winning side. Whether it’s on the field, court, diamond or track, Tigers find a way to dominate…