GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Poet Ada Limón, a National Book Award finalist, will be reading from her latest book of poetry, Bright Dead Things, for the annual Jo Shoop Women’s Symposium. It will be held Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 4 p.m. in the Jacobs Gallery of Georgetown College’s Ensor Learning Resource Center. The public is […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – There are two great opportunities during this first week of November for Georgetown College alumni in the Washington, D.C. Metro area to connect with one another and the College.
The Georgetown Tiger men’s basketball team challenges the Shock at Washington Adventist University on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Tipoff at 7 p.m. Washington Adventist […]
By Bailee Boggess
Staff writer for the student newspaper, The Georgetonian, and an Equine Scholar
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Here at Georgetown College, we students are immersed directly in the middle of horse country.
Living only miles away from Lexington, students have access to world-famous horse farms and the legendary Kentucky Horse Park. With opportunities such as these, […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Keeping with its commitment to the Christian faith, Georgetown College has a series of campus worship services scheduled through the year that encourage students, faculty, and staff to exemplify the teachings of Jesus Christ. The services, intended to provide challenge and inspiration, are coordinated by the Office of Faith and Service […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Lydia Blaise Allen has the distinction of being Miss Horse Capital of the World 2016. The Georgetown College junior won the title in an October Miss Kentucky preliminary event held at Lexington Christian Academy.
She was crowned by last year’s Miss Horse Capital of the World, Clark Davis, the reigning Miss Kentucky. This […]