GC students semi-final, place in NATS Competition at Lee University

March 31, 2010

By Molly Shoulta ‘13 GC News Bureau Intern During the weekend of March 26-28, the Vocal Music students of Georgetown hit another high note. Since Georgetown’s installment of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and the student chapter… Continue reading

Intriguing Classes, Lunch with Gov. Collins Highlight April 20 College for a Day at GC

March 25, 2010

Jim Durham News Bureau Director Horses, Memoirs, Religions and Twangers (?!) – in a word, those are the clues to exciting classroom choices at Georgetown College’s next College for a Day, April 20. This semi-annual opportunity to return to campus… Continue reading

Coach Susan Johnson Honored To be in NAIA Hall of Fame, But, She’d Rather be Coaching

March 23, 2010

Georgetown College Women’s Basketball Coach Susan Johnson was “totally honored” this past week at being inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame – yet understandably, she was “extremely disappointed” her 2009-10 Tigers weren’t there to witness the enshrinement and compete… Continue reading

GC Student Coran Stewart co-authors chapter in Engaging College Men: Discovering What Works and Why

By Molly Shoulta ‘13 GC News Bureau Intern Currently studying at Oxford, Coran Stewart has accomplished a feat rarely seen by undergraduates. It is not often that a college student is published by an academic press, but Stewart has defied… Continue reading

‘Henry Clay’ Springs to Life in April At Berea’s Kentucky Artisan Center

March 19, 2010

If you have never seen GC professor George McGee doing his Chautauqua Series portrayal of Kentucky statesman Henry Clay, does he have a great spring Sunday drive for you! On April 11 at 2 p.m., “Clay” will take his audience… Continue reading

Let’s Talk Some Trash at the Wilson Gallery & Show for Artist’s Unusual Fashion Events

Jim Durham News Bureau Director Artist Jamie McIntosh Photo by Nicci Gilland You won’t believe what artist Jamie McIntosh will be wearing for both her special “talk” and the closing reception for her “Trash Fashions” exhibit that’s currently up in… Continue reading

Irish Troupe Brings Drama-Comedy & Hopefully a Lasting Relationship

March 18, 2010

By Molly Shoulta ‘13 GC News Bureau Intern Theatre professor George McGee, left, and Georgetown College Maskrafters Amanda Kachler, Stu Perry and Michael McCord, rested on the steps of Kilkenny Castle last fall. Little did Georgetown College professor George McGee… Continue reading

Partain Piano Concert Makes the First Season Of Tilford Memorial Concert Series Complete

March 11, 2010

Jim Durham News Bureau Director Gregory Partain is Professor of Music, Music Program Director at Transy The five-event Stephen Tilford Memorial Concert Series back in the fall has some unfinished business for this first season. The late pianist’s father and… Continue reading

Equine Scholars Adopt-A-Highway clean-up campaign set to begin March 21-27

March 10, 2010

By Molly Shoulta ‘13 GC News Bureau Intern Since June of 2004, the state of Kentucky has encouraged the Adopt-A-Highway campaign to promote cleaner roads and highways in order to promote the natural environment and to bring in more visitors…. Continue reading

Senior Stella Harville accepted into Rose-Hulman’s Optical Engineering Master Program

March 9, 2010

By Molly Shoulta ‘13 GC News Bureau Intern “This would never have happened,” Senior Physics Major Stella Harville explained, “if it wasn’t for the exceptional faculty and staff at Georgetown College who have prepared me to succeed in and out… Continue reading

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