Gov. Collins, President Crouch to Host Event In Pikeville for Parents, Prospective Students

November 30, 2009

Dr. William H. Crouch, Jr., president of Georgetown College, and former Kentucky Gov. Martha Layne Collins will host a Holiday Reception from 6-8 p.m., Dec. 3 in Pikeville’s Landmark Inn for the parents of current Georgetown students and interested, prospective… Continue reading


Celebrate Season Dec. 1 At Hanging of the Green Madison and Abby

November 25, 2009

This celebration of the Christmas spirit will begin inside at 7 p.m., Dec. 1 with congregational singing, and special music from The Joyful Noise Singers and an a cappella choir.Ronnie Mayes, pastor of Ashland’s Rose Hill Baptist Church – the… Continue reading


Karlet Named Interim Head Coach Coach Karlet

Brian Karlet has been named the Georgetown College Baseball Interim Head Coach, the school announced on Tuesday. The Georgetown College graduate takes over for Erik Hagen who resigned on Nov. 21. Karlet is in his third season with the Tigers,… Continue reading


Spotlights A-plenty for Popular Tiger Symphonic Band Concert Colby and Evan

November 23, 2009

  Director Pete LaRue loves to reward stellar seniors for their great contributions to the band programs over their Georgetown College careers. Colby Whittaker, a Religion and Philosophy double major, gets that distinction for this, the 165th Tiger Symphonic Band… Continue reading


Organist Metcalfe Gets to Show Music-Lovers What She Knows in Tilford Concert Series Finale

November 13, 2009

By Tori Bachman-Johnson ‘12 Music-lovers from all over Georgetown know Glenna Metcalfe…either as an accompanist for the Georgetown Chorale Society…or Minister of Music at Faith Baptist Church…or music and choir teacher at Royal Spring Middle School. On Sunday (Nov. 15)… Continue reading


Music Dept’s Concert Blitz Has Something for Everyone

November 12, 2009

By Molly Shoulta ‘13The Georgetown College Department of Music has a cluster of concerts the next couple of weeks that may be unprecedented in the school’s history. Featuring everything from tonight’s light-hearted “A Night of Musical Parody” to Haydn’s classic… Continue reading


Hayashida-Mason Pairing Brings a Love Story To the Tilford Memorial Concert Series Stage

November 5, 2009

By Tori Bachman-Johnson ‘12 Once upon a time two musicians met over Beethoven, eventually fell for each other – and, despite a cultural gap and an undisclosed age difference, are still in the midst of a beautiful love story. Sunday… Continue reading


Georgetown College Testing 2010 Games Language Volunteers

November 3, 2009

Professors at Georgetown College are manning the phones for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, making sure volunteer applicants have done their homework in French and Spanish. Called Language Proficiency exams, every language service volunteer applicant must complete these tests… Continue reading


GC alumnus, Scott County High teacher Lucas Gravitt gets top German honor

Lucas Gravitt, a 2007 Georgetown College graduate who is now a third-year German teacher at Scott County High School, has been selected to receive the Teacher of Excellence Award sponsored by the German Embassy and the German Information Center USA…. Continue reading




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