The Traditional “Orange Friday”

Everyone should be sure to prepare yourself for a purchase deal as the biggest sale day in America is approaching, the “Black Friday”. Being able to give your loved ones gifts of discounted prices for this holiday season is such a good thing, but have you ever thought about the negative side of it? On …

Week in Review: Student Life At Georgetown College

• On Tuesday, November 11, SGA office changed to the first floor of the Student Center in what was formerly the game room. On the same day, student had a chance to join SGA for an open house in their new office to fill out concern and interest cards. • The first annual “Christmas Light …

Georgetown College: Sustainability in Action

With the purpose to raise responsibility for the world, on October 28, Georgetown Sustainability Initiative (GSI) organization hosted an event called “ No-Power Hours” when all the lights around campus was turned off from 11am-noon, including classrooms, cafeteria, dorm rooms, etc. By making such event, The GSI organization hopes to evoke students’ awareness of issues …

Georgetown says welcome to Homecoming 2014

Another amazing Reunion & Homecoming weekend came to Georgetown College. Alumni and friends of Georgetown College are welcomed back to the college to enjoy this annual celebration. The array of activities started with the Inauguration of President Greene on Friday afternoon in the John L. Hill chapel. The event was even more special when it …

A Georgetown College Tradition: The Equine Week

Equine Week is a full week of events and activities on Georgetown College campus that has been held since 2013. Sponsored by the Equine Scholars Program, the goal of Equine Week is to share the enjoyment of horses with the students by fun equestrian activities and to introduce Georgetown to Equine Scholars Program. Ms. Chelsey …