Monthly Archives: January 2015

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First-year Molly Holder skates to success

By MARY BURGER – STAFF WRITER First-year Molly Holder has spent the majority of the past eleven years of her life on the ice. After being an attendant of different roller skating birthday parties, the Louisville native decided to try a different pair of skates. Holder’s passion for figure skating began at the young age…

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Ohio State Buckeyes win first-ever College Football Playoff

By JOHN WYATT – SPORTS SECTION EDITOR The 2014-2015 season in college football saw the first-ever College Football Playoffs. The new postseason tournament has four teams play in two semifinal games, with the two winners advancing to the championship game. In an effort to keep the bowl games relevant within the new system, the current…

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To Rush or Not to Rush

By IRINI BROM – CENTO WRITER The decision to rush or not to rush is one that seems to weigh heavily on the minds of most first-years that cross the threshold into Centre’s campus. The Centre College Greek Community graciously pushes the process of formal recruitment back an entire semester with the hopes of alleviating some…

Five of the Best Rap Albums Which Transformed 2014

By JOHN WYATT – SPORTS SECTION EDITOR Another year, another 365 days of good music. Here are five rap projects that came out in 2014 that you should definitely give a listen to. 5. Schoolboy Q—Oxymoron A lot can be said about Schoolboy Q. Some call him the savior of West Coast gangster rap, others…

Kentucky Seeks to Change Gas Tax Rate

By STEWART COARD – CENTO WRITER The Kentucky General Assembly will be considering the suspension of a gasoline tax cut scheduled for Apr. 1. Multiple state officials, over the past year, have raised concerns that a state-imposed excise tax on gasoline will not be able to properly fund public works after scheduled decreases. Unlike most states,…

Ways to keep your New Year’s resolutions

By LAURA HUMBLE – STAFF WRITER Another year, another you—at least, in theory. Every Jan. 1, millions of people make resolutions to better themselves over the course of the New Year. Whether that’s eating more healthfully, being more fiscally responsible, or finally getting started on that magnum opus you know that’s inside you, the New Year…

Grad school advice for seniors

By MARY BURGER – STAFF WRITER As seniors get closer to May, discussions on the “next step” become more and more frequent. In the past, most students went straight into the workforce, but now conversations make it appear to worried seniors that a bachelor’s degree is simply not enough. There is a growing concern among…

CentreTerm provides new learning opportunities for students

By CHADWICK CARTER – STAFF WRITER For much of the year, students at Centre divide their time between school, social life, athletics, and occasionally, sleep. Apparently it’s quite stressful. In the fall and spring semesters, the average student takes four academic classes. This means, within a given day, the already-cluttered student brain is forced to…

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