Monthly Archives: October 2008

Homecoming 2008: Dreaming Bigger Than Ever!

If your idea of a successful homecoming is a football victory, then you can thank Coach Bill Cronin’s men for pulling out a 51-45 thriller Saturday. GC let an 18-point lead slip away in the second half, but running back John Keene – who rushed for 93 yards and three touchdowns […]

By |October 27th, 2008|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

Georgetown’s Winning Singers Promise To Get NATSy at First Parody Concert first-place winners

Georgetown College has some of the best singers in the state you’ve probably never heard – yet.

The 11 Georgetown singing students who practically brought the house down at Murray State University last weekend in the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) State Competition plan to entertain the community and campus […]

By |October 24th, 2008|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

Ensor LRC 10th Anniversary Celebration

Cassandra Sichel-Simmons, a freshman from Maple Heights, OH and the current Ensor Scholar, got to meet Jennie and Clyde Ensor Sr. during the reception for the Anna Ashcraft Ensor Learning Resource Center 10th Anniversary Celebration Dinner, kicking off Georgetown College Homecoming 2008. The state-of-the-art LRC is named for his […]

By |October 24th, 2008|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

Kentucky Teacher of the Year Awards

Karen Gill, who today was named the third Kentucky Teacher of the Year in five years with Georgetown College connections, completed the Rank I program at Georgetown in 1999. She teaches Physical Science, including some Advanced Placement courses, at Lexington’s Henry Clay High School. Becky Riley, chair of the […]

By |October 22nd, 2008|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

Biology Major Emily Marshall Selected by AIKCU For Gheens STEM Teacher Preparation Scholarship Emily Marshall

Eight future math and science teachers – including Georgetown College senior Emily Marshall of Louisville – recently learned that they would have an additional $5,000 this year to apply toward their independent college education. The students, representing eight different independent Kentucky colleges and universities, are the recipients of the first […]

By |October 22nd, 2008|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off