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Sochi begins XXII Olympic games

By Leanndra Padgett Back Page Editor The XXII Olympic Winter Games are up and running (or skiing). The Opening Ceremony took place last Friday as Russia welcomed athletes from 87…

Basketball brings home the bacon

Basketball brings home the bacon

By Kaitlin Fahey Copy Editor After playing on the road for several weeks, Georgetown’s men’s and women’s basketball teams celebrated their return to the Davis-Reid Alumni Gym last week by…

Field hockey should be a sport at GC

Field hockey should be a sport at GC

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Georgetown College’s debut of the lacrosse team has been very popular, but honestly they should jump on the field hockey bandwagon. Field hockey is the…

Sticks and stones have hefty price tags

Sticks and stones have hefty price tags

By Meghan Alessi Features Editor   If you missed the post-game interview from Richard Sherman following the Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49er’s game last Sunday, you should look it…

Gtown basketball finds ways to win

Gtown basketball finds ways to win

By Kaitlin Fahey Copy Editor Georgetown College’s men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to Columbia, Ky. this past weekend to compete against Lindsey Wilson College in a double-header. The matches,…

Bike bog snorkelling is the new fad

Bike bog snorkelling is the new fad

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor Through covering a semester worth of random sports each week, I’ve come across many obscure sports. None perhaps compare to the one I explored for…

GC football heads west for playoffs

GC football heads west for playoffs

By Tyler Phillips Sports Writer In the aftermath of a hard fought game, the No. 13 Tigers (7-3) emerged victorious over No. 15 Lindsey Wilson College. The final score of…

Tigers continue to show dominance

Tigers continue to show dominance

By Eric Balmer Sports Editor The stellar Georgetown basketball team has shown their dominance once again this past weekend. Ranked No. 1 in the NAIA, the Tigers showed why they…

No, this isn’t about bed-wetting

No, this isn’t about bed-wetting

By Kaitlin Fahey Staff Writer For a college student, the feeling of not wanting to get out of bed in the morning is all too familiar. Snooze buttons are pressed…

Bengals avenge their loss at home

Bengals avenge their loss at home

By CRISTIAN NÚÑEZ Staff Writer Sunday Nov. 17, the Cincinnati Bengals had the chance to renew their strangle hold on the AFC North, while the Cleveland Browns for the first…