This volume's nostalgic photographs and recent snapshots highlight Georgetown's worlds of academia, athletics, student life, and religious activity.
The mighty columns of historic Giddings Hall reflect the rich traditions of Georgetown College. With ties stretching back to 1787, Georgetown College offers a liberal arts education "providing students with a climate for achievement with a Christian context." As the first Baptist college west of the Alleghenies, the school survived not only the turmoil of war but also a devastating fire in the midst of economic depression. Because of the faith and endurance of dedicated trustees, faculty, and local citizens, Georgetown College developed into an institution that celebrates a legacy of scholarship and Christian principles.
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Author Megan LeMaster, class of 2006, has compiled more than 200 vintage images that tell of Georgetown College's vibrant history and continuing prosperity. Through this volume, current students, faculty, and alumni alike can remember the school's roots and celebrate Georgetown today.