Monthly Archives: February 2007

Annual Pastors Conference a Fresh Experience

A preacher from London, England and a church planter from Bloomington, Indiana headline the annual Georgetown College Pastors’ Conference, scheduled April 16-18, at the College’s Thomas & King Leadership & Conference Center.

“It is always eight days after Easter – a date that many pastors mark on their calendars and look […]

By |February 28th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Best Not Question Coach Burch on Poetry, Peace or Terrorism; Georgetown English Professor to Deliver Cawthorne Lecture

Barbara Burch has plenty to say about poetry’s relevance to peace in today’s world. And, you’re invited to hear her artful ways of putting it at the annual Cawthorne Lecture at 11 a.m. Tuesday (Feb. 27) in John L. Hill Chapel.

Dr.Burch, a professor of English and coach of Georgetown […]

By |February 22nd, 2007|News|Comments Off

NPR Correspondent to Reveal Why Kentucky is a ‘Border State’

Most Kentuckians are probably aware of an influx of people from south of the United States border who have come to work on tobacco or horse farms. But, few residents would consider the Commonwealth a “border state.”

Jennifer Ludden, a national desk correspondent with National Public Radio, may change that […]

By |February 19th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Georgetown Language Professor Sharing Japanese Culture at FREE Noh Workshop

By Whitney Prather, Georgetown College News Bureau

To Georgetown College professor Michael Rich, Japanese culture isn’t just a fascination or a hobby, but a way of life—and Rich readily admits his Japanese wife, Fumi, is “probably more Western” than he is.

“She enjoys shopping, knitting and writing,” Rich said of Fumi, who grew […]

By |February 1st, 2007|News|Comments Off