Monthly Archives: February 2014

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It’s Not Just What You Say

By Adam Falluji – Staff Writer A liberal arts education provides a diverse and thorough knowledge base. To this end, students are well-versed in all subjects, and can make an informed choice toward which major their interests are tailored. Selecting an area of focus for one’s studies at Centre can be difficult when there are…

Centre unveils new courses on leadership

By Adam Falluji – Staff Writer Improving yourself is a lifelong endeavor, and our daily experiences contribute to our personal growth. When we graduate and go on to be the new owners of the modern world, it’s important that we reach our maximum potential, so that we may offer all that we are capable of to…

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Lacrosse develops a winning tradition

By Charlie Grigsby – Cento Writer Legacy is often a difficult thing to talk about after three years. It’s easy to have a vision or an expectation, but building a reputation takes time. When Centre Men’s Lacrosse plays next Sun., Feb. 23 against Carthage, the program will be entering its fourth year since its inaugural…

NFL must deal with Incognito, bully culture

By Rachel West – Managing Editor It started, seemingly, with a cafeteria prank. On Oct. 28, Jonathan Martin, offensive tackle for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins, left the team for undisclosed mental issues, causing the Dolphins to place him on the non-football injury list, effectively ending his season. In the months to come, Martin and his…

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Greek Row Sweet Row

By Mary Burger – Staff Writer Greek Row. That section of Walnut Street on the outskirts of campus near the train tracks. The source of noise and festivities from 11:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m. on weekend nights. A home to the four sororities and five of the six fraternities, where each house is the home…

Course Evaluations: A suggestion for change

By The Editorial Board Editor’s Note: The Editorial Board of the Cento is composed of members of the staff and does not reflect the opinions of any one individual on the staff. The Editorial Board represents the voice of the Cento. At the end of each semester, Centre students are besieged by the same barrage…

Debate: An argument based on scientific evidence

By Alec Hudson – Staff Writer Out in Meade County, Ky., there is a swath of forest collectively owned by my mother’s family on the cliffs of the Ohio River. I grew up going there for family reunions, vacation days, or just outings. Every time I went, I would dig through the mud, especially around the…

Debate: Understanding through faith

By Mason McClay – Cento Writer After watching the highly anticipated Bill Nye vs. Ken Ham debate, at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky,it was clear who the victor was … at least in terms of references to tangible evidence that supports a widely accepted theory. However, after allowing myself to process the different rhetoric…

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