Your Best Bet for This Weekend Is a Maskrafters Date with ‘Wonderboy,’ But Don’t Tell Darlene!

November 30, 2012

By Caitlin Knox ’14 Georgetown, KY – It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s Wonderboy! But, you’ve got to be fast to catch the Georgetown College premiere of Professor George McGee’s wonderfully entertaining Sci-Fi musical comedy – as there’s just a one… Continue reading


Director Campbell Adds a Bit of Mystery to Sunday’s Annual ‘Messiah’ Concert

Georgetown, KY – Far be it for Georgetown College Choir director John Campbell to throw his audience a red herring – especially at Christmas time. But, his choirs are changing up their usual holiday fare a bit with the “Mystery… Continue reading


An Update from the Presidential Search Committee – November 29, 2012

November 29, 2012

Dear Georgetown Family, The Presidential Search Committee has officially begun the process of identifying the next president of Georgetown College. The Committee consists of Pastor Richard Gaines, Trustee; Frank Penn (’68), Trustee; Brian Evans, VP and Athletic Director; Melanie Ladd… Continue reading


Come Cheer Saturday as Tigers Go For Another Title or Watch on Fox College Sports Atlantic; Tiger Tent Gathering at 2:30, Kick-Off at 3:30

November 14, 2012

Georgetown, KY - First-round NAIA Championship playoff action begins at 3:30 p.m. this Saturday, November 17, at Toyota Stadium/iHigh Field. Our undefeated No. 1 Tigers go against No. 18 Bethel – sure to be an excellent matchup since the visitors have… Continue reading


Debussy Festival 2012 Features Renowned French Pianist Jean-Louis Haguenauer of IU

Georgetown, KY – For Georgetown College Music professor Mami Hayashida, this weekend’s Debussy Festival 2012 is so much more than celebrating the 150th anniversary of Claude Debussy’s birth. First, featured artist Jean-Louis Haguenauer, her applied piano professor when she was… Continue reading


LaRue, Tiger Bands Present ‘Apocalyptic Concert’ Nov. 19, But Counting on Mayans Being Wrong

Georgetown, KY – Tiger Symphonic Band Director Pete LaRue is calling the fall anniversary performance the “The Apocalyptic Concert.” Why? “In case the Mayans are right (about the end of the world),” said LaRue, who always has a quip, a… Continue reading


White House Expert on Government Public Service to visit Georgetown College; Area High School Students Especially Invited to Attend

November 13, 2012

Georgetown, KY – By strengthening civil service, government works better in serving the needs of all 310 million Americans. That is the premise of the message George Selim from the White House National Security Staff will bring to Georgetown College… Continue reading


Death Row Exoneree’s Visit to GC Highlights Case to Abolish Death Penalty in Kentucky

Georgetown, KY –  The ACLU of Kentucky and the KY Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty will sponsor Georgetown’s lecture featuring death row exoneree Randy Steidl. In a CNN interview Steidl described his experience on death row as, “Torture –… Continue reading


Tis the Season at The Store; MUST for Your Holiday Tree, an ‘Old Rucker’ Ornament!

Georgetown, KY – Now’s the time to stock up on GC branded merchandise during the huge Inventory Reduction SALE now underway at The Store in Cralle Student Center. Through December 13, many popular items are priced at 50-75% OFF! The… Continue reading


KBC Votes to Delay Decision for a Year on Whether to End Ministry Partnership with GC

Georgetown, KY – The Kentucky Baptist Convention’s mission board voted Monday (Nov. 12) during its annual convention in Lexington to wait for one year on a decision whether or not to end its ministry partnership with Georgetown College. A special… Continue reading




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