Monthly Archives: December 2013

Playwright conference comes to Georgetown College

GEORGETOWN, KY – Kentucky Playwrights Workshop, Inc. and Georgetown College are sponsoring a spring conference for playwrights featuring editor and critic Lawrence Harbison. It will be held March 28 and 29, 2014 on the campus.

The conference will open on Friday night with a keynote address by Mr. Harbison about the nature of theater and […]

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Five new trustees elected to serve at Georgetown College

GEORGETOWN,  KY—Five Georgetown College alumni were elected to the Georgetown College Board of Trustees during the October 26 meeting of the board in Georgetown. They begin their terms of service in January, 2014.

The five new trustees are: David Adkisson ’73; Tucker Ballinger ’94; David Knox ’64; Sarah Wilson ’81, and Guthrie Zaring ’87.

David Adkisson […]

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New December commencement combines undergraduate, graduate degree conferral

GEORGETOWN, KY – Both bachelor’s and master of arts in education degrees were conferred Saturday at the newly-added December commencement held in John L. Hill Chapel. The combined end-of-calendar-year ceremony enabled graduates to receive their degrees at the end of term rather than have to wait several months for the traditional May ceremony. Twenty […]

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President Greene among Bluegrass Higher Education panelists

LEXINGTON, KY – Georgetown College’s President Dr. M. Dwaine Green is quickly becoming involved in the life of the central Kentucky higher education community.

On Friday, December 13, he joined Dr. Michael Benson of Eastern Kentucky University and Dr. John Marsden of Midway College for a panel discussion that focused on the Bluegrass’s strong commitment […]

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Women’s basketball wraps road stretch with Hoop N Surf Classic in Hawaii

GEORGETOWN, KY – Aloha. Georgetown College women’s basketball will finish up a five-game road stretch with a trip to Hawaii.

The No. 5 Tigers (4-1 as of Dec. 13 before the Shawnee Classic) will enjoy the sights of beautiful Honolulu, while being fully business about winning a pair of games in the Hoop N Surf […]

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