Opera Appalachia Hopes to be Hit Close To Home With ‘An Evening of Mozart’

February 28, 2011

Opera on a Friday evening – Date Night?!! Yes, “An Evening of Mozart” in John L. Hill Chapel on March 4 is not a misprint. Georgetown College voice professor Heather Hunnicutt will tell anyone that Friday is the BEST night… Continue reading


NBC Sportscaster Tom Hammond Decries TV’s Role in Decline of Character in Sport

February 23, 2011

For a man who’s been one of NBC Sports top on-air personalities for nearly three decades to say “television is largely to blame for the decline in character in collegiate athletics today” is heady stuff. But, Lexington’s Tom Hammond, will… Continue reading


Pageant-Tested Transfer Mira Baker Uses Voice as 2011 Belle of the Blue

February 22, 2011

As a transfer student, junior Mira Baker may know fewer of her Georgetown College classmates than most. But, after winning the 2011 Belle of the Blue Scholarship Pageant on Saturday night, chances are a good percentage of the student body… Continue reading


The Modern Day Slavery Project: Why the Georgetown College Community Should Care about Human Trafficking

February 14, 2011

A version of this appeared as the cover story in the 2011 Winter-Spring issue of Insights magazine, the alumni publication of Georgetown College. By Elizabeth D. Sands Wise It’s not every day that a visitor to the Georgetown College campus… Continue reading


Year-Long Modern Day Slavery Project Is Educating as it Spreads Campus Wide

Elizabeth Sands-Wise, Writer It’s not every day that a visitor to the Georgetown College campus finds students chained together outside the cafeteria, standing in solidarity with the estimated 30 million enslaved people worldwide. But that’s exactly where sophomore Katie Sanders,… Continue reading


Collier Lecturer Jeffrey Barrows Fits With ‘Modern Day Slavery’ Project

The speaker for this year’s Collier Lecture – 11 a.m., Tuesday (Feb. 15) in John L. Hill Chapel – was chosen especially to dovetail with the College’s year-long Modern Day Slavery Project, a series of events to educate and mobilize… Continue reading


Get Involved in the Arts!

February 2, 2011

Meet Multi-Media Artist Stein March 3 Linda Stein, best known for her figurative sculpture, is bringing her traveling multi-media exhibition – “The Fluidity of Gender” to the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery March 3-April 7. Meet the New York… Continue reading




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