Yearly Archives: 2007

Show your GC Pride with NEW License Plate!

Beginning in January, 2008, Georgetown College, along with the other 19 of Kentucky’s nonprofit, independent four-year colleges and universities, will have entirely new, campus-designed plates available for purchase from the Kentucky County Clerks offices.

A tree-framed “watermark” of Giddings Hall is the background of Georgetown’s plate; and the College’s distinctive […]

By |December 11th, 2007|News|Comments Off

The Brady Experience

Honoring Dr. Mary Brady with a Scholarship
Mary Lee Thornton Brady, 60, a much-loved member of the Georgetown English faculty for 22 years, died January 8. Many who have given already are hoping that her memory will live on in the form of a scholarship – probably for a junior who has […]

By |December 5th, 2007|News|Comments Off

BB&T Business & Ethics Collection Speaks Volumes About Excellence

Strengthening a tradition of teaching students as the No. 1 priority, Georgetown College will dedicate The Branch Banking and Trust Business and Ethics Collection at noon Tuesday, Dec. 4 in the lobby of its Ensor Learning Resource Center.

“This big, big seed will help grow our collections and provide a level […]

By |November 30th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Even the Props Aren’t What They Seem in Touring Production of Twelfth Night

By Jim Durham
News Bureau Director

In William Shakespeare’s comedies, often the secret lives of his characters aren’t always what they seem.

“Definitely…Shakespeare could’ve written (ABC’s) Desperate Housewives with characters who aren’t what they appear on the surface,” said Jeremy Larson, who portrays Feste in the National Players’ touring production of Twelfth Night […]

By |November 21st, 2007|News|Comments Off

Arts Aplenty on Campus Until the Holidays

The Georgetown College campus is alive with arts activities – both performing and visual – from Nov. 15 through Dec. 9. And, even after the students go home for the holidays, visitors are welcome to take in our spectacular contemporary art collection in the Jacobs Gallery (Ensor Learning Resource Center) […]

By |November 16th, 2007|News|Comments Off