Monthly Archives: September 2010

By the Book: 150 Years of Rules, Regulations, and GC Student Life

Jim Durham
News Bureau Director

Do you know what it means to be “campused?” Going on “counted” and “free” dates? Do you remember seeing freshmen students in orange and black beanies?

Student rules at Georgetown College have drastically adapted over, or even against, time. And, wouldn’t you know that Dr. Juilee Decker’s Curatorial […]

By |September 30th, 2010|News|Comments Off

Baptist Seminary of Kentucky Celebrates Move to Georgetown College Campus

H.K. Kingkade, right, Director of the College’s Office of Religious Life, posed with Dr. Greg Earwood and family around the willow oak tree that commemorates the BSK’s move to campus. From left, Scott Earwood ‘00, Greg and Nell Earwood, son-in-law Jon Redding, daughter Angela Earwood Redding […]

By |September 24th, 2010|News|Comments Off

Meet GC’s Newest Faculty Members

‘Class’ of 2010-11

Georgetown College is pleased to have two of its alumni among seven new faculty members this fall. Kenny Sibal ’04 and Robert Bevins ’98. Here are the “lucky seven” – hopefully, lucky for them, lucky for GC – along with some interesting factoids on each:

Dr. Robert Bevins
Visiting Assistant Professor […]

By |September 22nd, 2010|News|Comments Off

Baptist Seminary of Kentucky Celebrates Sharing of Space at Georgetown College

Dr. Greg Earwood, President of BSK
Jim Durham
News Bureau Director

The Baptist Seminary of Kentucky – after eight years of existence in Lexington, KY – is preparing to share its excitement about the recent move to the Georgetown College campus during its first public chapel service on Tuesday, Sept. 21.

Dr. Greg Earwood, President […]

By |September 20th, 2010|News|Comments Off

1st Annual Lauren Fannin and Lindsey Harp Memorial Golf Scramble

Lauren Fannin, Lindsey Harp
Alumni and Friends,

Your assistance is greatly needed at this time to help establish an endowed scholarship at Georgetown College, a minimum of $25,000 must be donated in order to achieve that goal so that two amazing women will be memorialized at the college they loved so much, and […]

By |September 17th, 2010|News|Comments Off