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Give a hoot!

By JONATHAN KAYS Contributing Writer So, today I decided to give up on caring; I will give zero copulations, zero fornications and not a single coitus. My plan is to…

Education reform needed

By JONATHAN BALMER Contributing writer State legislation recently doubled the expectations for aspiring educators to include 200 observation hours—  which sucks generally but especially at Georgetown College. Other institutions, such…

How much rain is enough?

By HANNAH KRIEGER Copy Editor What percent chance of rain should there be before I wear rain boots to class? We all know that the weather of Georgetown seems to…

Kendrick Lamar’s “good kid, m.A.A.d City” is a hip–hop triumph

Kendrick Lamar’s “good kid, m.A.A.d City” is a hip–hop triumph

By BREANNA DAVIS Staff Writer   Although there was a lot of doubt regarding the success of the album, Kendrick Lamar’s “good kid, m.A.A.d. city” has shown itself worthy. As…

Faculty Showcase Recital is a success

Faculty Showcase Recital is a success

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer Some of Georgetown College’s faculty and staff showed off their musical talents on Sunday, Jan. 27 at the 2013 Faculty Showcase Recital. Dr. H. M.…

Tigers lose to Shawnee State

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer So close, but not close enough is what the Tigers felt as Garel Craig’s shot rimmed out at the end of overtime, and the Tigers…

Tigers bounce back after cool start in Ohio

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Georgetown College’s men’s basketball team got a good win on Jan. 26, 2013 after falling to Shawnee State University five days earlier. Traveling to University…

Possibilities of historically black fraternity on campus

Possibilities of historically black fraternity on campus

By JOEL REIHMER Staff Writer As most people have recently become aware, a historically black fraternity, also known as an HBC (house of black culture), is trying, as the recent…

Emerging Leaders opens up opportunities for students

Emerging Leaders opens up opportunities for students

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer “Would you like to take your involvement on campus to the next level?” This first line of the Emerging Leaders Program website summarizes the whole…

Students and faculty remain hopeful for new non-discrimination policy

Students and faculty remain hopeful for new non-discrimination policy

By MEGHAN ALESSI News Editor Georgetown is all about diversity, right? Their non-discrimination policy seems to speak otherwise. Many members of the tiger community have requested that other factors, like…