Monthly Archives: February 2012

Ed Smith’s Latest Film, ‘unDeserved’ – with Faith and Your Help – Will Have World Premiere in Early May in Hill

Georgetown, KY – For a flavor of GC professor Ed Smith’s latest film project – the faith-based “unDeserved” – spend an enjoyable three minutes on this trailer. 

Main character “Tia” (Meredith Cave) has the most screen time, but Payhton Ellis, Ethan Smith and Amanda Williamson have some wonderful scenes in this sneak peek. Central Kentucky […]

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Brazilian Carnaval Feb. 21 in Caf Will Help Celebrate GC’s Part in Student Exchange of Education Majors

Georgetown, KY – In part to mark the successful beginning of a new, special student exchange with Brazil, GC will celebrate “Carnaval” in the Montgomery Caf from 5:30-8 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 21. The public is invited; dinner is $10. For more details see this Facebook event.

Emily Brandon, Director of International Programs, said that Chef […]

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GC Soprano Hunnicutt’s ‘Noteworthy’ Concert Friday with Vanover Will Have Some Special High School Patrons

Georgetown, KY – The next event of Georgetown College’s “Noteworthy: A Faculty and Guest Artist Concert Series” features the Music Department chair who started this concept a year ago – Heather Winter Hunnicutt.

Dr. Hunnicutt is especially excited about Friday night’s concert because a number of high school seniors who are competing in GC’s 4th […]

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KD President Jaime Horne Honored Twice at National Conference!

Georgetown, KY – Georgetown College’s Jaime Horne, the current Kappa Delta chapter president, received two huge honors at the sorority’s national conference in Atlanta this past weekend.

The junior Psychology major from Paris, was named one of three winners of a $2,000 scholarship endowed by the late Elizabeth Banta Mueller, a former member of Kappa […]

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The Modern Day Slavery Project at Georgetown College

By Dr. Regan Lookadoo

Throughout the world, an estimated 27 million are enslaved in sex, labor and child trafficking practices.  Despite the huge number of lives impacted, human trafficking is a crime that is hidden and unknown to most people.

During the 2010-2011 year at Georgetown College a small group of faculty and staff strongly believed […]

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