Georgetown College professor of theatre George McGee appears as Kentucky’s Great Statesman Henry Clay, Friday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m. for one performance in Woodford Theatre Chautauqua. The Woodford Theatre Chautauqua performances are free and open to the public. Open seating. Woodford Theatre is located inside Falling Springs Recreational Center at 275 Beasley Drive, […]
A three-part film series on race begins this week on Georgetown College’s campus and continues for two subsequent weeks. Created by PBS, Race: The Power of an Illusion gives different perspectives on race and encourages discussion.
This year’s presentation is a follow-up to a similar one held last year. It begins Wednesday, Nov. 2, with […]
The Georgetown College Woman’s Association welcomes Ellen L. Emerick, associate professor of History, as its featured luncheon speaker on Tuesday, Nov. 15, in the Jones Hall Nelson Suite of Cralle Student Center. Dr. Emerick’s topic is titled “Raising the Roof! Uppity Women of History!”
In explaining, she said, “Historical accounts tend to make women a […]
Two members of the Georgetown College Equestrian Team (GCET) qualified for spring 2017 regional competition during an event the weekend of Oct. 22-23. It was held at Stone Place Stables in Prospect, Ky.
Sophomore Bethany Jones qualified in the walk-trot event; Erin Myers, a senior, qualified in novice flat. Regional qualification is based on individual […]
Award-winning author Susan Power is this year’s presenter for Georgetown College’s annual Jo Shoop Symposium. She will be on campus Thursday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m. for a reading and book signing. Open to the public, her presentation will be in the Ward Room of the Ensor Learning Resource Center, at the corner of […]