Monthly Archives: October 2009

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

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 from Temuco, Chile, and Ashlee Gordon, a junior from Dallas; Julia Smith, a freshman […]

By |October 22nd, 2009|News|Comments Off

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 the women of Kappa Delta (here doing a […]

By |October 22nd, 2009|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

‘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 Williamson and Amanda Kachler.
In a world of flat screen televisions and phones with far more […]

By |October 22nd, 2009|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

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

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 Education.

Three students from Georgetown College won Fulbright awards for […]

By |October 21st, 2009|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

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, Josh and Jeremy, are 2006 alumni; Josh is an Admissions […]

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