Monthly Archives: August 2012

Opening Convocation Speaker Carney ‘Could’ Convince Students to Get Involved; Grad Ed’s Broady Adds to Her Special Year with Manning Award!

Georgetown, KY – Tony Carney ’92 – who originally came to Georgetown College as a scared teenager – discovered as a student here that he could do ANYTHING.

On Tuesday, August 28, 2012, he delivered possibly the best “can-do” Opening Convocation address ever and certainly had hundreds of current GC students dreaming and believing they […]

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‘Because I Could’ – Opening Convocation Address of Tony Carney ’92

August 28, 2012 – the Georgetown College Opening Convocation Speech of 1992 graduate Tony Carney

When I began thinking about what I wanted to say to all of you today, I decided to start by making a list of all the (what I think to be) cool things I’ve experienced in my life.  But before […]

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College looking to build on reunion success

Below is the “Courage in Munich” wrap-up piece by Georgetown News-Graphic managing editor Jerry Boggs that was published in the newspaper Tuesday, August 28, 2012.

By Jerry Boggs, Georgetown News-Graphic

The accolades, thanks, notes of praise and congratulatory e-mails are starting to roll in at Georgetown College.

But in the afterglow of the 40th anniversary reunion of […]

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GC, Central KY Blessed As Host of ‘Courage in Munich’ Reunion of ’72 USA Olympic Basketball Team

Georgetown, KY – Eyes from all over the basketball world were on Saturday’s tribute banquet that brought the 40th Anniversary Reunion of the 1972 USA Olympic men’s basketball team to a glorious close.

And, Georgetown College – thanks to co-visionaries Kenny Davis, the GC All-American who captained the star-crossed ’72 squad and GC Executive Scholar-in-Residence […]

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Georgetown College Graduate Now Teaching in Kenya

Last fall, the Teacher Leader Master of Arts program at Georgetown College moved all of their courses online to meet the needs of our geographically diverse students in Kentucky. Little did we know that a current Teacher Leader student would actually use this new format to finish her program in another continent.
Jennifer Watson carried […]

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