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GEORGETOWN, Ky. – How does GC’s Twisted Trunk Community Garden grow? Unlike contrary Mary’s garden in the English nursery rhyme, there are no silver bells and cockle shells but there are a full range of seasonal crops tended to by dedicated volunteers.
The Twisted Trunk is located near Georgetown College’s McCandless House. It is not […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky – Graduating senior Adam Levine has a plan for summer that is right in keeping with the sense of civic engagement and service to others one comes to understand and practice as a Georgetown College student. The exercise science major and history minor will be Pedaling for Parkinson’s: East to West, an […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Two of Kentucky’s brightest entrepreneurs, Georgetown College’s own Ben Patenaude and Studer Slabaugh, compete this coming weekend, April 24-25, in the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development’s Idea State U finals at the Lexington Center. They will be among 25 student teams from a dozen post-secondary schools in the Commonwealth. Patenaude and […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Historically dedicated to academic excellence in a Christian environment, Georgetown College is proud of its long-standing commitment to preparing students for their life’s pursuits. Now, within a framework of an exceptional academic experience, Georgetown continues its college-to-career commitment through allocation of financial support for career development for qualifying students.
This commitment keeps […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – “I can’t not do it,” said GC junior Ian Nadolny. “It’s too good an opportunity.”
The Troy, Ohio native who played defensive line on the Tiger football team this past year and is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha, is leaving Georgetown College at the end of the spring semester to enter […]