Hanging of the Green Promises to Extra Joyful

November 25, 2008

The public is invited to join the Georgetown College community in celebration of the holiday season at 7 p.m., Dec. 2 in John L. Hill Chapel for “Hanging of the Green” – a wonderful tradition for the whole family that… Continue reading

Celebrating 60 Years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

November 21, 2008

Here is the POS 321 International Human Rights class that is putting on the Dec. 2 “Responding to Humans Rights Challenges” at the Thomas & King Conference Center at Georgetown College: Kneeling l-to-r: Michael Clemons, Jacob Price, Brandon Record. Standing… Continue reading

Harlan Star’s Voice Mustn’t be a ‘Secret,’ Insists Opera Director

Vocal Studies professor Heather Hunnicutt, second from right, with her Georgetown College first place-winners from the recent National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) State Competition – senior Ryland Pope of Harlan, right; freshman Elizabeth Levay of Maysville; and sophomore… Continue reading

Meet President Crouch, Gov. Collins at College’s reception for Bowling Green, Warren County alumni and prospective students

November 19, 2008

Area alumni of Georgetown College are invited to a reception hosted by the College on Monday, November 24, 2008, at Mariah’s Restaurant, 801 State Street in Bowling Green, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. President William H. Crouch, Jr. will… Continue reading

‘Messiah’ Concert Comes Early, But Concert Choir Offers More!

November 17, 2008

Traditionally, Georgetown College Concert Choir officially marks the holiday season with Handel’s “Messiah” on a Sunday afternoon in early December. But, Director John Campbell figures his students will be in better voice if they take the John L. Hill Chapel… Continue reading

Hear How Band Concert Soloist Sees the Many Joys in Her Life

By Tori Bachman-Johnson ’12 Senior Sara Clarke of Middletown, KY, is the Student Soloist for the Fall Anniversary Concert of the Georgetown College Tiger Symphonic Band at 8 p.m. (Monday) Nov. 24 in John L. Hill Chapel. As the musical… Continue reading

Career Diplomat to Share Insights on Our Changing World, Put Exclamation Point on College’s Global Scholars Program

November 13, 2008

Retired Ambassador George M. Staples – whose 25 years in the U.S. Foreign Service has included assignments in such countries as Cameroon, Rwanda and Zimbabwe – was a key advisor in the development of the Global Scholars Program at Georgetown… Continue reading

Former Miss America Makes College for a Day Special on Veterans’ Day

November 12, 2008

Student hostess Megan McKay, a sophomore Equine Scholar from Maysville, left, escorted former Miss Kentucky and Miss America 2000 Heather French Henry to John L. Hill Chapel where she was the Veteran’s Day program speaker at Georgetown College. Executive director… Continue reading

President’s Contract Extended Four Years Dr. Crouch

November 7, 2008

The Board of Trustees of Georgetown College has extended by four years the contract with President William H. Crouch, Jr., which was set to expire on June 30, 2009. In announcing the contract extension, J. Guthrie True, Chairman of the… Continue reading

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