Daily Archives: 10/15/2014

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EPA Grant allows Centre Funding for Sustainability Projects

By REBECCA FULTON – CENTO WRITER Sustainability on Centre College’s campus has become a growing issue over the past couple of years, especially with the addition of the Environmental Studies minor. Since 2012, Centre has received two grants from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to be used for composting and promoting sustainability on campus. Officially called…

Horror Story Returns

By MORGAN KING – STAFF WRITER On Wed., Oct. 8, the Centre College community sat down by their TVs to watch one of the most talked about shows of the fall: American Horror Story, which has returned for its wildly anticipated fourth season. American Horror Story is a cultural phenomenon that has swept across the television…

CrossFit Popularity Continues to Grow

By NICOLE POTTINGER – STAFF WRITER CrossFit is a high-intensity workout regime that has gained a huge following in recent years. It involves constant varied movements, which are performed as quickly as possible in a given time period. There are over 10,000 affiliated CrossFit gyms in the United States. Starting in 2007, the “CrossFit Games” are…

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Everyone Wants a Longer Fall Break—Right?

By JARED THOMPSON – STAFF WRITER Everyone has reached that slump. You’ve written a paper for every class, you’ve spent countless hours tucked away in one of Grace Doherty’s cubbies, and you’ve finally kicked midterms right in the teeth. Now you just want to relax and spend a bit of time thinking about something that isn’t…

In the Rotation: The Dangers of the One-Hit Wonder

By JOHN WYATT – NEWS SECTION EDITOR “Pop the molly, I’m sweating” has become a fun, loveable quotes among our generation that everyone seems to use. The phrase itself comes from southern rapper Trinidad James’s hit “All Gold Everything.” For five to six months after its release in the summer of 2012, the song could be…

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NCAA Fumbles Discipline and Player Likeness Issues

By MATT COX – SPORTS SECTION EDITOR Think about your favorite college athlete, if you wished to have a jersey with that player’s number on the front, how difficult would it be to find one? For example, say you are a Georgia Bulldogs fan and you wish to purchase a jersey featuring Heisman frontrunner Todd Gurley’s…

Dangers of the Ebola Virus

By NICOLE POTTINGER – STAFF WRITER By now the Ebola virus is headlining across world news outlets, sparking fear and concern. Ebola has been a serious crisis for some time in West African countries, including Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone. The media first brought Ebola to America’s attention when two Americans contracted the virus while working…

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LeBron James returns to his Throne in Cleveland

By JOHN WYATT – NEWS SECTION EDITOR For most National Basketball Association (NBA) fans, the summer can be either an incredibly boring time, or one of the most exciting depending on the various moves teams and players make. The summer truly is a time of change within the NBA. This summer in particular was one for…

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Women’s Soccer Aims for another SAA Title

By MICHELLE KIM – CENTO WRITER As the year progresses and the pressure heightens, Centre Women’s Soccer (CWS) remains focused throughout the grind of the season, winning seven out of the 12 games so far. Losing in double overtime to Sewanee University of the South last Saturday in a heartbreaking 2-1 defeat puts the team 0-2…

Centre Launches Rockefeller Scholars Program

By GRAY WHITSETT – OPINIONS SECTION EDITOR It’s a topic that’s on every parent’s mind–how will I be able to afford college for my child? “Here at Centre College we’ve taken steps to alleviate some of these concerns,” Dean of Student Life Randy “Savage” Hays. “Most people know that a strong majority of students are on some…

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