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2005 Nobel Peace Prize Team Scientist to Speak at Georgetown College on Atomic Energy

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Kenneth Brockman, a member of the scientific team that won the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize, will be the featured speaker for Georgetown College’s annual Charles Hatfield Memorial Lectureship on Tuesday, November 18, at 11 a.m. in John L. Hill Chapel.

Brockman is a West Point graduate who has had a distinguished career […]

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Registration Now Open for January ‘Best Practices of Growing Congregations’ Conference

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Online registration is now open for the January, 2015, “Best Practices of Growing Congregations and Expanding Ministries” conference at Georgetown College.

The two-day conference, open to lay people, church leaders, academics, and all people involved in Christian ministry, is scheduled for January 8-9 on campus. All attendees are important contributors to a […]

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Foust Artist Series to Open 32nd Season with Magician, Illusionist Mike Super

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – The 32nd season for the Georgetown College Foust Artist Series opens Monday, Dec. 2, with an 8 p.m. appearance by magician and illusionist Mike Super.

His bio notes many prestigious awards and honors, including being the only magician in history to win a live magic competition on primetime U.S. network television.

Other listed accomplishments […]

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First African American Sorority at Georgetown College Chartered with Five Initiates

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Add another first to Georgetown College’s countless list of achievements in nearly 200 years of existence.

On Sunday, five women became charter members of the Pi Upsilon Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., the school’s first African American Greek letter sorority.

The ceremony, held in Ensor Learning Resource Center, was attended by […]

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Tiger Symphonic Band Fall Anniversary Concert to Feature Seniors Lepper and Collins

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Haley Lepper is featured clarinet soloist and Nicholas Collins is student conductor for the Georgetown College Tiger Symphonic Band’s Fall Anniversary Concert on Monday, November 24, in John L. Hill Chapel. The performance begins at 8 p.m.

Ms. Lepper, daughter of Steve and Vicki Lepper of Fishers, In., is a graduate of […]

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