Yearly Archives: 2009

Music Dept’s Concert Blitz Has Something for Everyone

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 “The Creation,” one needs a guide. Taking them somewhat out […]

By |November 12th, 2009|News|Comments Off

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

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 (Nov. 8) at 3 p.m., music-lovers may hear the husband-wife team of Mami […]

By |November 5th, 2009|News|Comments Off

Georgetown College Testing 2010 Games Language Volunteers

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 in order to become an official language specialist for the Games. […]

By |November 3rd, 2009|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

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. The award is given annually to recognize an up-and-coming German […]

By |November 3rd, 2009|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

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