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Anyone coping with the loss of a loved one, or anyone who wishes to remember one, may find comfort in reading “Leaves Will Grow,” a new book written by Georgetown College Associate Professor of Art J. Daniel Graham and illustrated by his wife, Holly.
“Holly and I have been working on a handful of books, […]
James Riley, Class of 1993, known as Jammin’ James Riley on his syndicated radio show Rockabilly “N” Blues Radio Hour, is the 2017 “Ameripolitan DJ.” He was selected from among ten nominees and recognized at the 4th annual Ameripolitan Music Awards held Feb. 15 at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas.
“I’m so overwhelmed and […]
It’s official. Scott Pruitt, Class of 1990, has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate as head of the federal Environmental Protection Agency. His nomination was announced in early December by then President-elect Donald Trump. Pruitt received U.S. Senate confirmation Friday, Feb. 17.
He comes to the job after having served as attorney general of Oklahoma. […]
A new regular season record was set by the Georgetown College Equestrian Team (GCET) recently. Under GCET Coach Nori Scheffel of Scheffelridge Farm, seven riders qualified for the upcoming regional competition. This surpasses their previous record of five qualifying riders during a regular season.
The regional competition, a one-day event to determine which riders will qualify […]
Middletown, Ind. native Sydney Goyette, a Georgetown College senior and softball player, has been selected for Teach for America (TFA) upon graduation in May. The history major received confirmation recently from the organization which seeks out diverse and talented leaders to place in classrooms in urban and low-income rural public schools.
The commitment to the program […]