Monthly Archives: September 2014

Title IX and Haven Spark Conversations on Campus

By LAURA HUMBLE – STAFF WRITER Centre has made a recent profound change in their policy regarding sexual misconduct, a change that impacts every student on this campus, but one that many are not aware of. “We want to send a clear and unmistakable statement against sexual misconduct of all kinds, especially sexual violence. We focused…

So What’s the Big Deal About Calling Them Freshmen?

By MORGAN KING – STAFF WRITER It is a struggle that Centre students have faced since the moment they have moved into their first dorm room. At Centre, and many other colleges across the nation, the students’ first year is not marked by the typical term “freshman” but instead embrace the more general name of “first-year.”…

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The Man at the Center of Centre

By ADAM FALLUJI – STAFF WRITER At the epicenter of the Centre community there exists a position reserved for one who exemplifies the characteristics of a true product of Centre and who serves as a beacon for its students. Filling this role so that the dream of Centre’s ultimate potential may be realized is President John…

A Major That’s Good for the Soul

By THOMAS SACCENTE – STAFF WRITER Regardless of one’s spiritual faith, religion is and always has been, a crucial aspect of our culture. For thousands of years, religion has formed the crux of cultures across history, shaping the way people live and the way other nations interact with one another in ways that could not have…

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A Passion for Splashin’

By MASON McCLAY – STAFF WRITER Each year carries its own unique and novel thrills that never cease to entertain Centre’s student body, although through sometimes very unexpected means. However, traditional activities have always been carried wholeheartedly in our culture—particularly sports. As a former sportist (err, athlete), I’m committed to researching some of the more cult-driven…

Centre Alumna Kayla Higbee Returns to Costume Shop

By HAYLEY HOFFMAN – MANAGING EDITOR Centre alumna Kayla Higbee ‘14 is back on campus as DramaCentre’s new Costume Shop Manager. While Higbee found costuming by accident, she has always been interested in sewing. As a child, her mother made all of her Halloween costumes by hand and showed her daughter how to stitch them. “I…

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Eclectic Muddy Creek offers Paint Your Own Pottery

By THOMAS SACCENTE – STAFF WRITER Despite its small size, Danville is home to a wide variety of stores for its residents to patronize. Though some take the form of fast food restaurants, one only has to take a walk down West Main Street and the surrounding blocks in order to see the economic diversity that…

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Students Revive Photography Club on Campus

By ADAM FALLUJI – STAFF WRITER Last semester, former Centre student Karoline Kuang revived a club not seen on campus for some years: the Photography Club. The club is now under new management and has continued to grow since. It is steadily gearing up for the new semseter. These students feel strongly about capturing the art…

Bi-lingual Camp in Mexico explores Language through Art

By LAURA HUMBLE – STAFF WRITER During the summer, some people wait tables or work retail. Some people stay on Centre’s campus to do research. Senior Eric Theodore went to Mérida, Mexico. Theodore went to Mérida in order to teach students the power of creativity through art at an internship with Habla, a bilingual, language-education center…

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