Sports Communications Giant Jim Host Has Much to Say on Character & Ethics

January 31, 2011

Jim Host, one of the most prominent names in sports marketing and communications, will not mince words about the lack of character in collegiate athletics Wednesday night (Feb. 2) as Billy Reed’s fourth guest in the series of “Conversations with… Continue reading


Fall 2010 Dean’s List for Georgetown College

January 30, 2011

The following students were named to the Dean’s List for the 2010 fall semester at Georgetown College, announced Provost/Dean of the College, Dr. Rosemary Allen. The Dean’s List honors undergraduate students who completed the semester with at least 12 hours… Continue reading


Wake Forest President Makes Founders Day Special As GC Renews Pursuit of Phi Beta Kappa Standards

January 27, 2011

Tuesday’s Founders Day was perhaps the most significant for President Bill Crouch in his nearly two decades at Georgetown College because the presence of Wake Forest University President Nathan O. Hatch signals a renewed push for Phi Beta Kappa standards…. Continue reading


Wake Forest’s President Will Help Focus GC On Phi Beta Kappa Journey at Founders Day

January 20, 2011

President Bill Crouch has academic and personal reasons to be excited about introducing Nathan O. Hatch as the Georgetown College Founders Day speaker at 11 a.m. Tuesday (January 25) in John L. Hill Chapel.


Ed Smith Film Project Should Well-Serve Churches, Families & Georgetown College

January 19, 2011

Film-maker Ed Smith had such great fun and success with “Surviving Guthrie” three years ago that he’s at it again – this time with a 40- to 50-minute faith-based project that’s scheduled to be shot over the course of 13… Continue reading


Georgetown College Education Students Have Opportunity to Study in Brazil

January 14, 2011

This press release was issued in January 2011. Georgetown, KY- South America recently got a little closer for Education majors at Georgetown College, a liberal arts institution that is encouraging its students to think more globally and to seize international… Continue reading


Documentary on Emancipationist Cassius M. Clay To Have Strong Georgetown College Participation

A soon-to-be filmed documentary about famous American politician and emancipationist Cassius Marcellus Clay (1810-1903) will have a strong Georgetown College presence. Ed Smith ’88 and George McGee, GC professors in the Theatre & Performance Studies department, have key roles. Also… Continue reading


Be Part of Movement to Restore Character in Sports; You’re Invited to Feb. 2 ‘Conversation’ with Jim Host

January 4, 2011

There’s a move afoot at Georgetown College to be an institution people think about when the subject of “character in sports” comes up. Athletics Director Eric Ward heads up the College’s already exemplary “Champions of Character” program, one of the… Continue reading




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