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Religion dept. introduces new honor society Theta Alpha Kappa

By MEREDITH RIGBY Staff Writer   If you go to Georgetown College, no matter what your major is, chances are there is probably an honors society for it, each titled…

GC men’s soccer wins

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer   The Georgetown College men’s soccer team’s hard work has paid off with a well deserved win. Georgetown was able to come up with a…

“Georgetown College Stories” exhibit makes huge debut

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer   Dr. Juilee Decker, an art professor at Georgetown College, and her Curatorial Studies class opened the Georgetown College Stories exhibit Friday, Sept. 21. This…

Accio bestseller; Philosophy Chair, Dr. Roger Ward, publishes Harry Potter-inspired book

Accio bestseller; Philosophy Chair, Dr. Roger Ward, publishes Harry Potter-inspired book

  By KELSEY CASTANEDA Copy Editor   The wonderful Dr. Roger Ward, Chair of the philosophy department, who teaches “Potter lovers,” and signs his emails with “peace,” has recently published…

Athlete Interview: DJ Lemons

Athlete Interview: DJ Lemons

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer   De’rentez Lemons is a junior here at Georgetown in his second semester and he’s made a huge impact so far on the football field…

GC women’s soccer kicks balls

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer   Georgetown Women’s soccer team had its fourth straight win on Homecoming Saturday. The girls had another shutout against the University of Rio Grande, beating…

The Fighting Tiger Grrr… Band’s season begins

The Fighting Tiger Grrr… Band’s season begins

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor   The Bands of Georgetown College have been around for 168 years; providing entertainment, quality music and morale boosts to our athletes. What would football…

Students must act on their passions

By JONATHAN KAYS Contributing Writer SEX… wonderful, now that you’re reading…This writer, while joyfully prancing in the blissful stupor of Kant’s “The Critique of Pure Reason,” and surreptitiously galumphing through…

Thumbs up for Lane

Thumbs up for Lane

By ALLIE ENGLERT Just a small town girl   Homecoming week has officially come to an end. We, Tigers, can all breathe a sigh of relief now that our schedules…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Lauren Kohake & Cameron Nixon

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Lauren Kohake & Cameron Nixon

By ALLIE ENGLERT Back Page Editor Lauren Kohake has certainly made the most of her time at Georgetown. Originally from Florence, Ky., the music performance with an emphasis in flute…