Hearing him speak on a topic about which he is so passionate, it is easy for one to understand why Professor Emeritus of Biology Dr. Mark Christensen was named the winner of Georgetown College’s 2016 Cawthorne Excellence in Teaching Award. A geneticist and molecular biologist, Dr. Christensen delivered the annual Cawthorne Lecture on April 18 […]
Georgetown College athletics has a decade-long tradition of pausing in late spring to honor the achievements of the year. The Tigers allow student-athletes to nominate fellow athletes and coaches for the 12 various awards. Some have a male and a female honoree, while others are best candidates. Teams and coaches are honored as well […]
A piccolo solo and a selection by a team of flutists highlight the Tiger Symphonic Band’s annual spring concert, themed “Up, Up and Away.” It is scheduled for 8 p.m. on Wed. April 26, in John L. Hill Chapel. The concert is free and open to the public.
Emily McKinley is the featured piccolo soloist. […]
Georgetown College alumnus Frederick Smock, Class of 1976, is the Kentucky Poet Laureate for 2017-18. He will be formally inducted during a ceremony on May 1 at the Old State Capitol, 300 W. Broadway St. in Frankfort.
Smock’s appointment by Gov. Matt Bevin was announced by the Kentucky Arts Council. The Louisville native is now […]
Georgetown College football celebrates the end of 2017 spring practices with the annual Orange & Black scrimmage Thursday. Senior captains divided up the teams Tuesday evening and in the 120th game, Orange will be looking to even the series once again. Black leads 60-59. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. and the gates open […]