Daily Archives: 05/03/2014

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Centre PAWS provides stress relief through working with animals

By MARY BURGER – STAFF WRITER Without a doubt, the best days on Centre’s campus are ones when puppies and kittens come. The excitement and joy can be felt all across campus as students find stress relief through playing with the animals, reminding us of the pets we left back home. Sadly, the puppies and kittens…

Examining food labels: The meaning behind labels for animal meat

By SANDRA JABLONSKI – CENTRE STUDENT Animal products these days are covered with tons of different labels that have implications about how the product was produced and the welfare of that animal during its life. These labels are intentionally vague so that the consumer can come to their own conclusions about what the labels are actually…

“Refocused” Strategic Plan promises to ensure bright future

By JOHN WYATT – NEWS EDITOR Centre College has continually been one of the leading institutions for learning, not just among Kentucky schools, but liberal arts colleges nationwide. Everything from Centre’s high alumni support rate to a graduation rate of nearly 87 percent – the highest in the state and one of the highest in the…

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St. Baldrick’s event seeks to conquer childhood cancer

By ADAM FALLUJI – STAFF WRITER For many of us, it’s easy to count our blessings. The opportunities we have at Centre are easy to take for granted. It’s important to remember that not everyone has the same kind of life we do, and do what we can to help those in need. To this end,…

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No tu-tus but all the pain

By AUDREY JENKINS – STAFF WRITER If you are looking for an easy workout, put this article down and walk away right now, because Barre Fusion is simply not for you. When I walked into the dance studio to experience my first session of Barre Fusion, I had no idea what to expect. The name itself…

Looking back before going forward

By LAURA HUMBLE – STAFF WRITER The semester is finally drawing to a close, and with it, the school year. Students are gearing up for their final papers, tests, and projects and are excited for the day they will have it all behind them. The end of the semester is also a time for personal reflection…

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Here are the keys to this man’s vault

By MASON McCLAY – CENTO WRITER Let’s face it, the ability to fly is something we all long to have. Ask anyone for his/her most-preferred, classic superpower and the answer will understandably be, “I wish I could fly!” Unfortunately, unlike the potential opportunity of being bitten by a radioactive spider to grant you web-slinging powers, or…

When you’re drawn to that drama

By MASON McCLAY – CENTO WRITER “The entire process is creativity!” Professor of Dramatic Arts Dr. Anthony Haigh exclaimed, eyes filled with enthusiasm. “What about those students who have been exposed to and love theatre, but are unsure of whether they should pursue it as a major?” Haigh said. “Let me read you something.” Haigh proceeded…

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His smile will warm your coffee

By ALEC HUDSON – STAFF WRITER Going to Jazzman’s is a daily ritual for many at Centre College. Whether it’s rushing to get a coffee before class or buying protein shakes after a workout, there never seems to be a shortage of customers. Part of this is because of the high-quality staff that works there, including…

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