Daily Archives: 11/20/2014

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Declaring a major in Art History

By THOMAS SACCENTE – STAFF WRITER Being able to take an image that one has in mind and using it as the basis to create something tangible, be it in the form of a sculpture, painting, or anything else, has always been a valued skill and has lead to the creation of countless works whose…

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Centre Cheerleaders promote school spirit at games

By KINSEY HISLE – COPY CHIEF “We are CC!” Ringing out over the enthusiastic fans, pep band music, and the crunch of football tackles are the Centre Cheerleaders promoting spirit and excitement for the Colonels and the fans. The voices of ten girls and the swish of the pom-poms add to the sounds of Centre…

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Jacobs Museum showcases Deaf History in Danville

By THOMAS SACCENTE – STAFF WRITER The Deaf culture in America is an undeniably distinct community that has made astonishing contributions to American culture as a whole. Nowhere are these historic accomplishments more apparent than in Danville’s very own Jacobs Hall Museum. The Jacobs Hall Museum serves as a perfect testament to the rich culture…

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Students offer Thanksgiving traditions for break

By MICHELLE KIM – CENTO WRITER It’s that time of year again when vanilla lattes turn into pumpkin spice, green leaves turn red, and our jeans feel a little bit tighter than we would probably prefer. The Thursday of “thanks” has found its way back around and students are getting excited to relive some good…

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KY Music Ensemble explores bluegrass genre

By MORGAN KING – STAFF WRITER What music ensemble on campus performed before Huey Lewis and the News, and on the Vice Presidential Debate Festival stage? It is a group dedicated to the sounds of the bluegrass on the festival stage: Centre’s Kentucky Music Ensemble, comprised of iconic bluegrass string instruments and bluesy vocals as…

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Harrodsburg restaurant serves up sweet treats

By ADAM FALLUJI – STAFF WRITER With no end to the papers, presentations, and looming finals in sight, students may be seeking any kind of diversion from their ever-constricting workload. Those seeking something new and tantalizing for their taste buds and exploratory desires are in luck, as there’s a unique restaurant not so far away…

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Men’s Basketball looks to dominate the SAA

By ALEX MULHALL – STAFF WRITER The Centre Men’s Basketball team was playing at a high level before most of America even knew what a Kardashian was. Over the past eight seasons, they have managed to win seven conference titles. On top of that, the 2014-2015 team is coming off two consecutive NCAA tournament berths,…

Directing class allows students to produce one-act plays

By MORGAN KING – STAFF WRITER If you are interested in the dramatic arts, then Professor of Dramatic Arts Dr. Patrick Kagan-Moore’s “Directing” class could be just the class for you. “The class actually reminded me a lot of a photography class at first, because we studied a lot of pictures to learn about the…

CentOnion: Sodexo to use human meat in food

By GRAY WHITSETT – OPINIONS SECTION EDITOR The close-knit environment of a small liberal arts school is something many students and faculty will point to in their explanation of an institution’s success. And indeed with 98 percent of Centre College students living in on-campus housing, the college community is structurally inclined to foster a cohesive…

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Centre participates in collaborative theater project

By KINSEY HISLE – COPY CHIEF Centre’s Dramatic Arts department has been chosen as one of three programs in the country to participate in The Farm Theater’s first-ever College Collaboration Project. The Farm Theater, located in Brooklyn, N.Y., first opened its doors in late 2013. After raising over $20,000 via IndieGogo, Artistic Director Padraic Lillis…

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