Monthly Archives: April 2007

For Humanity’s Sake: Weinberg Humanitarian Award Fitting for College’s ‘Metamorphous’ Under President Crouch’s Leadership

An outspoken, longtime leader with the Kentucky Conference for Community and Justice (KCCJ) calls Georgetown College and President Bill Crouch “change agents for the nation as well as the South.”

“I almost feel like Martin Luther King Jr. is saying this is the kind of change institutions need to inspire students […]

By |April 26th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Class of ’57 is GOLD!

If you’ve been to any of your alma mater’s alumni events in recent years, you’ve heard coach-turned-cheerleader Mike Calhoun proclaim Georgetown’s graduates “the best in the world.” He believes it.

For the last six months though – as the alumni association director looked ahead to another 50th class reunion at […]

By |April 26th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Academic Honors Day

At Georgetown College’s Academic Honors Day, Provost Rosemary Allen introduced her three senior choices for the 2007 Dean’s Honor Awards – Sarah Stamper of Bethel, OH, left; Brittany Pappas of Mechanicsburg, PA; and Adam Glover of Glasgow, KY. Stamper, a Chemistry and Environmental Sciences major, will be an […]

By |April 25th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Tiger Symphonic Band Finale is a Real Grrr…abber

When the Georgetown College Tiger Symphonic Band closes out its “Viva la Grrr… 2006-07 season with the Annual Spring Concert Thursday night (April 26), prepare to be moved.

Student composer and trombone soloist Jon Myers plans to give patrons chills with his world-premiere of Jon’s Tune. “In many ways it […]

By |April 25th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Georgetown College’s Record 3 Fulbright Scholars Take ‘Rich’ Experience to International Assignments

Only a year ago, Georgetown College celebrated a first – two seniors receiving Fulbright Scholarships, the prestigious teaching-abroad awards named for the powerful, late Sen. J. William Fulbright and funded by the United States Department of State.

Breaking that record in 2007 are seniors Jordan Yeager, Sarah Sebastian and […]

By |April 18th, 2007|News|Comments Off