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If J.Crew met Ann Taylor

If J.Crew met Ann Taylor

For many college students, fashion seems to take the back seat. With the goal of making it to class on time, many Centre students often overlook their wardrobe choices. But as it turns out the term “dress for success” does really have an impact on how people perform.
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A professor and his paint

A professor and his paint

When he’s not busy mentoring 60 student leaders as the Director of the Bonner Program, facilitating campus community service initiatives in his role as the Campus Director of Community Service, teaching biology as an Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, or chasing after his one-year-old daughter Evy, Dr. Matthew Klooster likes to paint.
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Take a Hike

Take a Hike

After months of gray skies, frozen trees, and hiding away in cozy dorm rooms, it may seem like Kentucky’s outdoors doesn’t have much to offer. But Kentucky’s countryside is home to dozens of nature trails and nature preserves, many not too far from campus, that are gorgeous in the sunlight.
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Musicians Showcase

Musicians Showcase

Student musicians performed at the Musicians Showcase on Sat., April 12, in Newlin Hall. The biannual event features student performers who take private music lessons or are members of campus ensembles. Many perform stand-alone pieces by well-known composers; others premiere original songs.
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About the Cento

The Cento is a student-run, student-edited publication of Centre College with issues appearing fortnightly. Advertisements appearing in the Cento do not reflect the opinions of the Cento or its staff. Advertising space is purchased by individuals or businesses and reflect the positions and agendas of those patrons. The Editorial Board of The Cento is composed of members of the staff and does not reflect the opinions of any one individual of the staff.

Senior Staff

  • Sarah Cornett: Editor-in-Chief
  • Rachel West: Managing Editor
  • John Wyatt: News Editor
  • Justin Allard: Opinions Editor
  • Hayley Hoffman: Arts and Leisure Editor
  • Grant Blayney: Technology Editor
  • W.K. Prewitt: Business Manager
  • Sara Loy: Copy Chief
  • James Nalley: Photography Editor

Staff Writers

  • Mary Burger
  • CJ Donald
  • Adam Falluji
  • Charlie Grigsby
  • Alec Hudson
  • Laura Humble
  • Dana Reynolds
  • Gray Whitsett