Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board Chair Paul Volcker Tells GC Students: ‘Work Hard, Polish Skills to Beat Competition’

October 22, 2009

Paul Volcker answers a question from one of the students who greeted him and President Crouch, right, before Obama’s economic adviser spoke to the campus community. From left, Natalie Hymer, a freshman from Louisville; President’s Ambassadors Daniela Fuentes, a junior… Continue reading

Homecoming 2009: ‘Color Your World’

As always the residence halls, fraternities and sororities had colorful ways of acting out the Homecoming theme at Songfest Friday night. Winners of the 2009 Best Overall category for “Color Your World” were the men of Pi Kappa Alpha and… Continue reading

‘You Can’t Take It With You,’ But You CAN Learn Much from This Depression-Era Play

By Molly Shoulta ‘13 Detectives Meredith Cave, left, and Cheryl Brumley arrest the attention of the Maskrafters’ “You Can’t Take it With You” cast. Seated, from left: Keisha Taylor, Paul Eddy and Austin Conway; standing, from left: Jonathan Yelton, Amanda… Continue reading

Georgetown College is a Top Producer of U.S. Fulbright Students Current Fulbright Scholars

October 21, 2009

The Fulbright Program recently announced the complete list of colleges and universities that produced the most 2009-2010 U.S. Fulbright Fellows. The success of the top producing institutions was highlighted in the October 19 print edition of The Chronicle of Higher… Continue reading

Storyteller for 2 Children’s Operas Tells Her Story with Lyric Theatre Experience

Editor’s note: Freshman Molly Shoulta, a Parks Scholar from Louisville, makes her GC News Bureau debut with this first-person piece on her experience as the Storyteller for the Lyric Theatre Society’s Oct. 23-25 performances in Hill Chapel. Her twin brothers,… Continue reading

Welcome Home, Home Ec! Welcome Home, Alumni Artists!

October 14, 2009

Friday, Oct. 16 marks the opening of two great Homecoming exhibitions. Home Economics The first opening will take place in the Cochenour Gallery (in the LRC) from noon – 2 p.m. Each year a group of students under the direction… Continue reading

Hoops Alumni Get in on the Act(ion); Soccer, Softball Alums Will ‘Gather’

Our 25th-ranked Tiger football team commands center stage Saturday with a huge Mid-South Conference rivalry game against No. 6 Cumberlands at 1:30 p.m. in Toyota Stadium, but a men’s basketball tussle at 10 a.m. in Alumni Gym between the 2009-10… Continue reading

GC Archives: The Favors Go Both Ways!

By Eric W. Fruge ‘75 Many thanks to Dr. Jim Marchman and his wife for contributing to the College’s archives the correspondence and diaries of his parents when they were here as students in the 1930s and again in the… Continue reading

Help Georgetown Continue Telling Our Colorful Past With Old Photos

October 2, 2009

By Eric W. Fruge ‘75 We’ve all heard that old saying – “A picture’s worth a thousand words” – and it’s certainly true. They shed a better light on events and people than most other sources. For example, the oldest… Continue reading

Pastor Ralph West Bringing ‘Church Without Walls’ Charisma To Special Proclaimers Place Event in Hill Chapel October 8 Dr. West

Proclaimers Place – generally a program for ministers – is sharing a special, free event with the public at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 8 in Georgetown College’s John L. Hill Chapel that features a Texas pastor who is used to speaking… Continue reading

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