Daily Archives: 11/20/2014

Marvel and DC publicize future setlists

By LAURA HUMBLE – STAFF WRITER Warner Bros. Studios recently announced the release of ten new films from the DC comic book universe by 2020. These films will feature a range of superheroes from the ubiquitous Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman, to the lesser known Shazam and Cyborg. DC appears to be trying to compete…

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Cross Country teams place third at Regionals

By SARAH CORNETT – EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Men and Women’s Cross Country teams placed third in the NCAA South/Southeast Regional meet in Mount Berry, G.A on Nov. 15.  While overall the teams finished in third place several runners stole the spotlight by earning an invitation to to the National meet on Nov. 22 in Mason, O.H. …

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Options for student loans

By SARAH CORNETT – EDITOR-IN-CHIEF In today’s economy, the need for student loans to finance a college education seems to be almost inevitable. While most students receive other financial aid and scholarship money, it can be incredibly difficult to pay off student loans immediately after graduation. Thankfully, there are several available options that can allow…

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Nolan’s Interstellar rockets to critical acclaim

CHAD CARTER  – STAFF WRITER Christopher Nolan’s new movie Interstellar has generated a lot of buzz. Nolan is the director of many successful films of the last 15 years, including Momento (2000), The Dark Knight trilogy (2005-2012), and Inception (2010). His newest project Interstellar has a star-studded cast, with Matthew McConaughey, Michael Caine, Anne Hathaway,…

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Pizza Pub to host graphic design contest for students

By KINSEY HISLE – COPY CHIEF By SARAH CORNETT – EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Since its opening in June of 2010, the Bluegrass Pizza and Pub (the Pizza Pub) has secured its place as a Danville and Centre favorite. Only a few months after the Pizza Pub’s four year anniversary, owners Colin and Melissa Masters moved the restaurant…

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The Grand Ole Party that’s not so grand

By JARED THOMPSON – STAFF WRITER County by county, state by state, voters and nonvoters alike watched on Nov. 4 as Republicans slowly edged out their Democratic opponents to gain a majority of seats in the United States Senate, widened their majority in the United States House of Representatives, and captured many governorships. Regardless of…

Anthro/Soc Major under review

By JOHN WYATT – NEWS SECTION EDITOR Current, the Anthropology/Sociology program underwent external review, with main questions focusing on whether or not to split the program into two majors and how to better organize the courses. Dean of the College Stephanie Fabritius brought in peers from other colleges: Professor of Sociology at the College of…

Career Center sees renovations

By JOHN WYATT – NEWS SECTION EDITOR Recently, the Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD), formerly known as Career Services, began renovations to update and improve their current office space. The new move comes as part of an overhaul of the office, which has seen several new changes and additions over the past year….

Student evaluations interest both professors and students

By MICHELLE KIM – CENTO WRITER Every semester in the midst of finals, students are asked to sit down and critically evaluate their professors. Many students consider professor and course evaluations as a burden, while some find it a useful exercise in reflection. Something that is undeniable, however, is the importance of these evaluations to…

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Sophomore Hunter Trenamen: a player that puts the team first

By MICHELLE KIM – CENTO WRITER The Centre College Football team as a whole, fresh off defeating conference rival Birmingham Southern College to finish their undefeated regular season, has not failed to gain recognition, but individual achievements can sometimes be under-acknowledged. On a team comprised of 107 players, sophomore offensive lineman Hunter Trenamen demonstrates exactly…

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