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Georgetown College summer missionaries were commissioned during a campus community service held on Thursday evening, April 28. Fifteen students will be serving in a variety of settings, including local churches, summer camps, and mission trips, both domestic and international. As in recent years, GC students will continue to serve with Crossings (Kentucky) and Passport (Alabama) […]
A plaque commemorating the dedication of a Georgetown College Biology laboratory in honor of the Butler family was unveiled Friday, April 29, during a ceremony in Asher Science Center. In particular, it honors Drs. John L. and LuAnnette Butler and is in recognition of the family’s gift to the College that enabled the lab […]
Toyota Says Thanks a Million to Future STEM Scholars in Kentucky
$1 million gift enhances Georgetown College STEM scholarships
Georgetown, Ky. (April 29, 2016) – As Yogi Berra put it, “the future ain’t what it used to be.” The same could be said for manufacturing, which is why Toyota continues to invest in the people and […]
The campus community paused to celebrate outstanding student achievement during the 2015-2016 academic year with the presentation of dozens of awards during Academic Honors Day on Tuesday, April 26. The ceremony included special recognition by departments within the five major academic divisions: Fine Arts, Humanities, Natural and Life Science, Professional Studies, and Social Science. […]
Georgetown College women’s basketball player Devanny King is breaking new ground for the Tigers. The 2015 graduate is the first female player at Georgetown to ever play professionally. The program, dating back to 1972, has had numerous talented and worthy players come through, but King is the first to make the decision to test […]