Georgetown’s Office of Diversity Presents: Zycron Founder and Chairman D. Freeman

January 29, 2010

Darrell S. Freeman Sr., the immediate past chairman of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce and chairman of Zycron, Inc., an information technology services and solutions in the Tennessee capital city, has already tasted a lot of success in his life…. Continue reading


Tuesday’s Blood Drive Challenge Is Bigger Than Beating Campbellsville

GC basketball players Gina Beining and Emily Drees (in uniform) are double-teaming a mammoth effort begun by (then) point guard Katie Filiatreau ’09 last year — the Blood Drive Challenge. The duo urges the whole “Georgetown family” to help them… Continue reading


KET’s College Financial Aid Call-In Will Be Repeated Friday and Sunday

January 28, 2010

Deadlines Alert!!! Individual colleges set their own deadlines for applying for scholarships. In Georgetown’s case, the deadline for institutional scholarships is Monday, February 1. Also, many families file the FAFSA – the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This form… Continue reading


Music Faculty Recital is Such a Show You Can Hear it Twice!

January 27, 2010

For the first time the Georgetown College Music Department will present their annual Faculty Showcase Recital twice – Sunday (Jan. 31) at 3 p.m., with the public in mind; and Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 11 a.m., primarily for the campus… Continue reading


Professors Wargelin, Stevens Share Curry Award for Faculty Excellence

The Curry Award for Faculty Excellence is one of three significant ones awarded to Georgetown College faculty members each year. Tuesday (Jan. 26) at Founder’s Day Convocation, Provost Rosemary Allen said that choosing the co-chairs of the General Education Task… Continue reading


Help for Haiti…Big and Small

January 25, 2010

Many, many from the Georgetown College “family” – past and present – have reached out to help the people of Haiti in some way since the recent earthquakes. Kentuckians who tuned to WKYT-TV to follow UK basketball coach John Calipari’s… Continue reading


Founder’s Day Messages: A Service Tradition And Value of a Georgetown College Education

January 22, 2010

Almost a year ago, Garvel Kindrick had his Founder’s Day speech down pat. And, who better to talk about “The Value of a Georgetown College Education” than the College’s Vice President for Enrollment – a 1985 Georgetown graduate who has… Continue reading




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