Women’s History Month 2008

January 31, 2008

The Women’s Studies Program of Georgetown College invites you to honor the history and contributions of notable and ordinary women, by participating in the events scheduled for our Seventh Annual Celebration of National Women’s History Month: “Women’s Art: Women’s Vision”… Continue reading


Mathematics’ Will Harris Wins Coveted Curry Award; Four Inducted into GC Hall of Fame on Founders’ Day

January 30, 2008

The annual Founders’ Day Convocation on Tuesday (Jan. 29) was the perfect blend of the old and the new at Georgetown College. Andrea Chadwick, a junior Biology major/Chemistry minor, made her public debut as the new SGA President and introduced… Continue reading


Four Inducted into GC Hall of Fame

January 29, 2008 – Four new members (now deceased) were honored by inclusion in the Georgetown College Hall of Fame during the Founder’s Day Convocation at John L. Chapel. Inductees – outstanding alumni and friends who have made distinctive contributions… Continue reading


For You, Valentine: Dinner & Joey Dee Show

January 25, 2008

January 24, 2008 The Pawling Heritage Society of Georgetown College has a new twist for their annual open-to-the-public “Valentine’s event” – The Peppermint Twist – on Sunday, February 10. Those “young” enough to remember the 1961 chart-topping song by Joey… Continue reading


Music Faculty Recital Showcase Has Special Treat

January 24, 2008

The annual Georgetown College Music Department Faculty Showcase Recital is always an entertaining afternoon. But, this Sunday (Jan. 27) at 3 p.m. is the public’s chance to hear a special piece by department chair Sonny Burnette on saxophone accompanied by… Continue reading


A Celebration of Diversity

January 15, 2008

Georgetown College and Bishop College Alumni Come Together to Celebrate the Richness of Diversity and Keep the Spirit of Bishop College Alive Georgetown, KY – Jan.15, 2008 – Georgetown College is hosting “A Celebration of Diversity” on May 12, 2008… Continue reading


Retired professor Chi dies in wreck; final arrangements set Keon Chi

January 10, 2008

The Georgetown College campus community mourns the death of retired political science professor Keon Chi, 71, of Lexington. Dr. Chi died Wednesday evening, January 9, after the vehicle he was driving was struck by a pickup truck at the intersection… Continue reading


Be Part of the Solution at Global Warming Teach-In

January 9, 2008

If you agree that “global warming” is a problem, over the course of four days at the end of January, you have the chance to learn more on the Georgetown College campus and be part of the solution. The public… Continue reading


Georgetown College student interns with General Assembly Micah Ingram

January 1, 2008

Micah Ingram, a Georgetown College junior from Corinth, is one of five Kentucky independent college students selected for a legislative internship this semester in Frankfort. Ingram, the son of James and Linda young of Corinth, is a political science major… Continue reading




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