Monthly Archives: March 2012

Not Too Late to Move-and-Grove at GC’s Dance Marathon, Benefitting Children’s Miracle Network

Georgetown, KY (March 30) – Dance Marathon, the new GC student organization, hopes to have more than 200 “dancers” (participants) Friday night and into Saturday for its second annual fundraiser to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (specifically Kentucky Children’s Hospital.) Read the good story in Thursday’s Georgetown News-Graphic below.

Even if you haven’t signed up, […]

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KY Conference on Human Trafficking Should Empower Advocates, Show GC’s Serious, Caring Side; Peter Mayer Concert, 5K, ‘Playground’ Film, Fair Trade Market Dot the Event

Georgetown, KY – The Modern Day Slavery project started by Psychology professor Regan Lookadoo and other faculty and staff a year ago may be the most galvanizing effort the Georgetown College campus has ever seen. To be sure, this movement is making GC a more caring, socially-conscious institution.

Students have become increasingly drawn to GC’s […]

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Reception for Spectacular 75-Piece ‘Milward Collection’ Rescheduled for March 23; Show Up Through April 20

Georgetown, KY – The opening reception for “A Passionate Pursuit: The Milward Collection” at Georgetown College’s Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery was postponed at the beginning of the month when severe weather and tornadoes tore through the state. But, the pieces that this Lexington businessman has amassed are so spectacular the event has […]

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Careful, You May Get ‘Flagged’ for Passing Up College for a Day, April 24!

Georgetown, KY – A pass is thrown into the end zone. The receiver clearly possesses the ball in the air and comes down in the end zone on top of another player. Both are clearly inbounds lying in the end zone. The player who caught the ball rolled out of bounds as he was […]

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HIV-AIDS Researcher Dr. Keith Jerome to Deliver Hatfield Lecture April 12

Georgetown, KY – Dr. Keith Jerome ’85, whose research on treating the root cause of HIV/AIDS has caught the attention of two major foundations, will deliver the Hatfield Lecture at 11 a.m., April 12 in John L. Hill Chapel. He will also tour Asher Science Center, visit several classes and be the guest-of-honor at […]

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