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Scott Schools Superintendent to Address Winter Graduates

Preparations are underway for winter commencement which is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. in John L. Hill Chapel. President M. Dwaine Greene will preside. The ceremony combines the conferral of undergraduate bachelor’s degrees with those earning the Master of Arts in Education degree. It is anticipated that 18 undergraduate and 32 […]

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Only a Few Remain, Order Collectible Ornaments Now

Add the collectible Georgetown College Rucker Hall Christmas ornament to your tree. Time is running out with only a few days left to assure delivery in time for Christmas 2016.

The Rucker Hall (Circa 1895) ornament is the third in a series depicting various campus structures. Rucker Hall got its name in honor of alumnus […]

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Trump Picks GC Alumnus to Run EPA

Scott Pruitt, Class of 1990, has been nominated by President-elect Donald Trump to head the federal Environmental Protection Agency.

Pruitt is currently attorney general of Oklahoma. He attended Georgetown College from 1986 to 1990, when he earned his degree in political science and communication arts.

A native of Danville, he grew up in Lexington, graduated from […]

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Two GC Tigers Selected for Ky. Intercollegiate Band

Music Professor and Director of Bands Dr. Pete LaRue has announced that two Tiger band members, aka Band Scholars, have been selected to play in the prestigious 2017 Kentucky Intercollegiate Band during the forthcoming Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA) in-service conference in Louisville. They are Hannah Kinsey (pictured left) and Emily McKinley, both juniors.

Hannah […]

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Tiger Athletics Adds Archery, Hires Coach

Georgetown College athletics is excited to announce its third new program in five years. The Tigers will be grabbing bows and arrows and be shooting for a new target – championships in the growing sport of archery.

“We have been tracking this emerging sport over the past few years and have a very good feeling […]

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