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September 28, 2011

Dr. J. Kameron Carter of Duke Divinity

‘Young, Bright Light’ of Theology Will Deliver the Redding Lecture Tuesday

September 26, 2011

Georgetown, KY — The Marshall Center for Christian Ministry of Georgetown College welcomes a theologian for Tuesday’s George W. Redding Endowed Lecture who is certain to engage our thinking about race and gender. Dr. J. Kameron Carter, Associate Professor in… Continue reading


Homecoming 2011: Be Part of GC History!

September 14, 2011

Meet the 9 students who put together the historical show “From the Ground Up: Georgetown College’s Spaces and Places” at noon Homecoming Friday and have some refreshments in the LRC’s Cochenour Gallery. Then, be part of GC history at 11 a.m. Homecoming Saturday as we dedicate Rucker Village and celebrate old Rucker Hall. We’ll have all the tried and true features of GC Homecoming, but there are NEW surprises in store, too.


Tier One Georgetown College Climbs in U.S. News Rankings

September 13, 2011

In U.S. News & World Report’s annual survey of top national liberal arts colleges and universities announced Tuesday, Georgetown College again was listed as a tier one institution and higher by 11 places (at No. 151) than a year ago. But, what GC’s Admissions counselors are most excited about – as they are on the road recruiting high school students – is enthusiastic response to the recent news that we were ranked No. 10 in the country among schools preparing their students for graduate school!


Coach Tubby Smith Tips Off ‘Conversations’ Sept. 26

September 12, 2011

Tubby Smith

Don’t forget, University of Minnesota basketball coach Tubby Smith – a man with a reputation for character-building and the last coach to bring an NCAA basketball title to the University of Kentucky (’98) – is certain to jumpstart Year 2… Continue reading


Noteworthy Concerts Worth Taking Note Of

September 11, 2011

Knox

Season 2 of the College’s “Noteworthy Concert Series” is a whopping 11 events and starts with very different offering on back-to-back nights – Sept. 28 and 29. Often a combination of guest artists and faculty members, this is a rare treat for the arts patron. Be sure to read Writing Intern Caitlin Knox’s explanation for how the accompanying masterclasses can have such an impact on the GC Music major’s future!


An Emotional Opening Convocation

September 10, 2011

Opening Convocation on Sept. 6 was special for the speaker, President Crouch himself, as he began his 21st school year at Georgetown College. Highlights included bestowing an honorary doctorate on Dr. Eugene Enlow ’44, introducing repeat SGA president Molly Shoulta, and announcing Communication & Media Studies chair Chris Nix as the Manning Award winner.


Montgomery Caf Has Meaning for All

September 8, 2011

The Paducah Connection: There to celebrate Wally and Gerry Montgomery (just to the left of the plaque) and the “Montgomery Caf” dedication were family members and current GC students from Paducah. From left: senior Victoria Engelhardt, daughter Kathy Montgomery Krause, senior Caroline Hutson, freshman Jack Coorts, the honored couple, grand-daughter Rebecca Jones, sophomore Abigail Cownie, son David Montgomery, and GC alums Martin Raines and Taylor Raines.

Alumni Wally and Gerry Montgomery didn’t just make a major donation for cafeteria renovations. The Paducah couple spent a very special day (Sept. 6) on campus – mostly in the Montgomery Caf – making their love for GC, for each other, and for current and future students hard to forget.




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