March 7 ‘Music & Memories’ Just Became More Memorable

February 26, 2009

The Pawling Heritage Society of Georgetown College dinner-and-concert event – built around the March 7 Foust Artist Series show featuring the Sixties music of the Monarchs – just got better. Members of the College’s Lyric Theatre Society – including seniors… Continue reading


Sigma Kappa Scholar Lindsay Conner Chosen GC’s 60th Belle of the Blue

February 24, 2009

Junior Lindsay Conner, left, was crowned 2009 Belle of the Blue Saturday night in John L. Hill Chapel by reigning Belle and Sigma Kappa sister Chelsea Northrip of Lexington. Conner, a top five finisher last year in this grandest of… Continue reading


Alum Gives Stimulating Talk on Today’s Economy

February 19, 2009

Feb. 19 – Matt Young ’96, left, gave a CEP talk – “Trying to Make Sense of a Messy Market: Can You Survive the Times” – that grabbed the attention of several hundred Georgetown College students who are concerned about… Continue reading


Georgetown College Named to Presidential Honor Roll For Community Service

February 16, 2009

Four Georgetown College freshmen, above, from left: twins Courtney and Meredith Mueller of Covington; April Jouett of Waukegan, IL; and (head poking above the rail) Victoria Engelhardt of Paducah posed with children of Georgetown Baptist Pre-School at the Oct. 1… Continue reading


Kentucky Students to Have Shared Lincoln Bicentennial Experience

February 11, 2009

Frankfort, KY (February 10, 2009)– Students across the commonwealth will have access to a Lincoln learning experience during the Lincoln Bicentennial this week, thanks to a partnership among several state agencies and organizations, including the Kentucky Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission…. Continue reading


Georgetown College Distinguished Service Professor Named Research Fellow

February 10, 2009

Thomas Guskey, Distinguished Service Professor at Georgetown College, has been named Kentucky’s first Education Research Fellow by the American Educational Research Association. The award recognizes educators who have made sustained, outstanding contributions to education research that are nationally and internationally… Continue reading


‘Our Lincoln,’ Our George at the Kennedy Center!

February 6, 2009

George McGee, right, as “Henry Clay” on the Kennedy Center stage with fellow Kentucky Chautauqua characters Jim Sayer (“Abraham Lincoln”), left, of Lawrenceburg; Betsy B. Smith (“Emilie Todd Helm”) of Cynthiana; Barbara Flair (“Mary Owens” – Lincoln’s “first” Mary) of… Continue reading


Thomas Corts, Georgetown College class of ’63 and former Samford University president, dies

Thomas E. Corts, who served as president of Samford University for 23 years, died of a heart attack Wednesday. He was 67. Corts retired from Samford in 2006. In July of that year, Alabama Gov. Bob Riley appointed Corts to… Continue reading


Georgetown College alumni Dr. Donald Chatham dies in Shelbyville

Dr. Donald Chatham, class of 1948, died Tuesday, February 3, 2009. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Dr. Betty Jean Chatham, class of 1947; a son, Dr. Donn R. Chatham of Floyd’s Knobs, IN; his daughters, Sarahbeth… Continue reading


Show RIGHT Stripes for Tigers Blood Drive!

Georgetown College senior point guard Katie Filiatreau, left, recently enlisted the help of teammate Ausha Weathers, a sophomore from Scott County, and Chamber of Commerce president Christie Hockensmith to promote this weekend’s American Red Cross Blood Drive – a Beat… Continue reading




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