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In preparation for winter commencement, graduating seniors were honored at a Nov. 29 service in John L. Hill Chapel that doubled as Baccalaureate. While Baccalaureate has always been associated with spring commencement, this ceremony inaugurated a winter service to honor December graduates.
“I am so grateful that this service has allowed us the opportunity to […]
“The coolest president, ever!” That’s how an excited Patricia Gaetz, annual giving coordinator, described Georgetown College President M. Dwaine Greene who beamed as scissors were taken to his bright orange tie at intervals throughout #GCTigerTuesday. Each clipping represented a giving percentage increase as individuals made financial gifts for the one-day event held in conjunction […]
Evelyn Francis, Class of 1998, director of programs for The Theater Offensive in Boston, MA, accepted, on behalf of its True Colors: Out Youth Theater, The National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award at a Nov. 15 White House ceremony. The award, the nation’s highest honor for youth arts programs, was presented by First […]
Jodi DeJohn, a senior biology and Spanish major from Versailles, recently took 3rd place in an undergraduate Cellular and Molecular Biology oral presentation hosted by the Kentucky Academy of Science.
The competition was held during the KAS 2016 Annual Meeting at the University of Louisville Nov. 4-5.
In 2015, Mid-South Conference officials renamed the league’s offensive player of the year award to honor former Georgetown College great Craig Mullins – outstanding quarterback at Georgetown as well as a legendary offensive coordinator for the Tigers.
This season JJ Jude became the first GC player to earn the Craig Mullins MSC East Offensive Player […]