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“Perspectives” celebrates Jacobs Gallery’s ten-year anniversary

“Perspectives” celebrates Jacobs Gallery’s ten-year anniversary

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer “Perspectives: Celebrating a Decade of the Dr. Donald L. and Dorothy Jacobs Gallery” is exactly as its name suggests, an art exhibit created to celebrate…

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Michelle Lynch

STAFF SPOTLIGHT:  Michelle Lynch

A student interviewed one of GC’s newer additions, Michelle Lynch, who works with Admissions in Enrollment Management. By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Q: Where are you from? A: I started…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Meredith Cave & Amanda Williamson

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Meredith Cave & Amanda Williamson

By LEANNDRA PADGETT Staff Writer Meredith Leigh Cave is just your average college student. She is active in college activities and has fun with her friends on the weekends. Oh…

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,…

Decisions must be made regarding welfare

Decisions must be made regarding welfare

By ETHAN SMITH Opinion Editor   A recurring issue that I notice popping up in political conversations is welfare.  I myself often feel torn between the camps that favor and…

Alison Lundgergan Grimes speaks on power of voting

Alison Lundgergan Grimes speaks on power of voting

By CALIESHA COMLEY News Editor   The Georgetown campus community is excited to welcome Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes to campus this Thursday, Oct. 25. At 11 a.m.…

We must rebuild democracy the Republican way

By MORGAN FRALICK Contributing Writer   In the 2012 election, the Democratic and Republican parties will be represented by President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. In the beginning of…