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Lady Tigers are back on that winning flow

Lady Tigers are back on that winning flow

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer The Lady Tigers of the Georgetown College basketball team took care of business against Shawnee State University on Thursday, Jan. 24, by the score of…

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…

Hall of Fame undergoes makeover

Hall of Fame undergoes makeover

Room is renovated and changed to Jones Hall Nelson Suite By HANNAH KENNEDY Staff Writer The beginning of a new semester is a time of change. One particular change to…

Avoid a disservice to yourself

By ETHAN SMITH Opinion Editor These are uncertain times we live in.  Our nation has a lot of issues that need attention from capable leaders.  Similarly, our college has many…

Why do we deserve the sort of lives we lead?

By JONATHAN KAYS Contributing writer If I have any luck at all, then hopefully you’ll miss the initial claim of this article and cruise blissfully through the well crafted orations…

Independent student offers take on recruitment

By AUSTIN FRALEY Contributing Writer It’s springtime and recruitment is in the air. From new people wearing letters to extremely loud circle-ups, it’s unavoidable to notice. For some, it’s a…