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Tigers advance to conference Semi-finals

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer The Georgetown College women’s soccer team has had a rollercoaster of a season. They’ve been able to finish in most games, but they had several…

First Tee Scholar reflects on integrity of 1972 Munich Olympic Games

By NATHAN HOLLIDAY Contributing Writer Leading with integrity is one of the greatest challenges in life. Integrity is one of the nine core values of the First Tee program. “The…

Why I am voting for Obama (or rather, what I find important)

By JONATHAN KAYS Staff Writer Yes indeed, another political opinion article. Please, please try to restrain yourselves from the joyous ecstasy you osmose when bureaucracy showers you with its soggy…

Dr. Gambill responds to concerns of student body

By ALLIE ENGLERT Just a small town girl Last week, the BackPage portrayed the concerns students have with the current state of our campus. Through these interviews, and from several…

Spending less money on arms may be prudent choice for the United States

Spending less money on arms may be prudent choice for the United States

By ETHAN SMITH Opinion Editor If you’ve flipped on the TV and shuffled through news channels at any point over the past few years, odds are you heard something regarding…

Interview with Allan Thomas

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Q: Where are you from? A: I’m from Queens, New York, South Jamaican. Q: Have there been any big adjustments in moving to Georgetown? A:…

Maher earns MSC player of the week

Maher earns MSC player of the week

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Caraline Maher had a huge week last week. She was able to record 57 kills, 19 digs and 18 blocks against some tough competition. This…

Men’s basketball returns to the court

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Georgetown’s Men’s Basketball team had its first game of the year on Oct. 25, a scrimmage against Kentucky Wesleyan. It was a close game, but…

After its first setback in nearly two months, volleyball finishes 4-1 for Boneyard Brawl

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer After losing to Indiana Tech (a defeat that ended GC’s 25-game winning streak), Georgetown put out the Lee University Flames in five sets on Friday,…

Habitat for Humanity going strong in Scott County

Habitat for Humanity going strong in Scott County

The Georgetown College chapter of Habitat for Humanity will host a NEXUS Event and Habitat Classic next week As the nights grow colder, we can enjoy the warmth and comfort…