Monthly Archives: April 2015

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Sarah Hayhurst Ends Historic First-Year Diving Season

BY JOHN WYATT – SPORTS SECTION EDITOR Both Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving at Centre College earned tremendous success as of late — both at an individual and team level. The men recently earned 2nd place overall at the Southern Atlantic Athletic (SAA) Conference Championships, while the women earned the 3rd spot overall. One…

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SGA elections come to a close

BY NICOLE POTTINGER – STAFF WRITER Each year, a handful of students attempt to take on roles as members of the Student Government Association (SGA). This year was no different than any other; some positions ran unopposed and other positions ran in fierce campaigns against their peers. Junior Kaitlin Parrish ran for President of the…

Until the Whistle Blows: Farewell Predictions

BY ALEX MULHALL – STAFF WRITER If you’re reading this, you probably already know that this is the last issue of the Cento for the current staff. If you didn’t know that, I’m sorry for bursting your bubble. There are a lot of games and sports moments yet to occur before the beginning of next…

Ecotourism: a new opportunity to see the world

BY MORGAN KING — STAFF WRITER As the semester winds down, the plans surrounding your summer vacation might be replacing your research paper in the forefront of your mind. If you are still formulating ideas for fun this summer, then ecotourism might just be the thing for you. Ecotourism is defined by The International Ecotourism…

Ten checks in four years

BY NICOLE POTTINGER – STAFF WRITER 1.  Run the Flame Running The Flame is a Centre tradition, passed down from class to class. While it may be embarrassing and risky in terms of getting a citation, students partake in this tradition on what seems to be a weekly basis, especially on the weekends. It is…

College Students/Staff Shocked to Learn Not Everything They Read is True

BY GRAY WHITSETT – OPINIONS SECTION EDITOR The college community of Centre College in Danville, Kentucky is reeling from recent allegations of their school newspaper publishing articles that are “purely fictional and does not necessarily reflect views of the [newspaper] or Centre College.” The College’s newspaper, The Cento, began a new recurring feature this year…

Germanwings Crash: A Word on Terrorism

BY GRAY WHITSETT – OPINIONS SECTION EDITOR Few people can imagine worse things than murder or suicide. For some, there is no moral or ethical distinction between the two. Still fewer could imagine these two things occurring 39,000 feet in the air. And perhaps no one can fathom the tragedy of involving 149 other people….

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Read it. Then eat it.

BY ADAM FALLUJI – STAFF WRITER Every student who takes his/her academics seriously knows that a library is invaluable on a college campus. As a school where all students prioritize their studies highly, Centre’s library is often densely populated with students studying and gathering sources for various research papers or projects. Centre’s library is more than…

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