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GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Governor-Elect Matt Bevin has announced the appointment of Georgetown College alumnus Adam M. Meier as Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy. Meier, Class of 2005, is a northern Kentucky attorney and graduate of Florida Coastal School of Law.
He served as a policy and political adviser for the Bevin Gubernatorial campaign. In […]
By Chelsea Reid
Equine Scholars Program Coordinator and Assistant Director, Graves Center for Calling and Career
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Over a classic Kentucky fall weekend, the Georgetown College Equestrian Team (GCET) successfully hosted its first regional show at Scheffelridge Farm in Bourbon County, the facility where the team trains with Coach Nori Scheffel. The horse show was […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Turning away from turkey, this is about the bird no one wants to eat – crow. Specifically, Pete, the Legendary Talking Crow.
Pete lived in Georgetown, Ky., from 1829-1832. He was special to the locals. Very special. So special that his replica earned a permanent place in the Georgetown and Scott County […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Georgetown College men’s and women’s cross country achieved a first in Tiger athletics through their selflessness and community-centered outreach this season.
Friday evening (Nov. 20, 2015) at the honors banquet for the NAIA Cross Country National Championship meet, the men’s team received the NAIA Buffalo Funds Five Star Champions of Character Team […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – They claim to “put the ‘mock’ in Democracy.” You’ve probably heard them on National Public Radio. More than likely you’ve been told many stories about these zany performers through the years.
Georgetown College’s Foust Artist Series proudly announces the scheduling of The Capitol Steps for a one-night-only performance on Monday, March 7, 2016, in […]