Daily Archives: 04/16/2015

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In the Rotation: Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly

BY JOHN WYATT — SPORTS SECTION EDITOR Throughout the history of music, there are moments where artists tap into some force or state of mind that produces something truly special; something that fundamentally alters and shifts the culture and latches onto people on multiple levels. Kendrick Lamar’s third album (second major label release) To Pimp A…

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Germanwings flight 9525 crashes in french alps

BY THOMAS SACCENTE – STAFF WRITER On March 24, 2015, Germanwings Flight 9525 departed from Barcelona-El Prat Airport in Spain at 10:01 a.m. Central European Time (CET). It was due to arrive at Dusseldorf Airport in Germany by 11:39 a.m. CET, a quick routine flight from one part of Europe to another. However, as it…

Friendzone: The Point of No Return?

BY SHRUTI RAM – STAFF WRITER Being rejected sucks. But the worst kind of rejection is when it comes from your own friends. Our generation came up with a term for this particular kind of rejection in a romantic setting – the ‘friendzone.’ It is commonly known that people that complain about being in the…

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Centre College holds annual RICE Symposium

BY MARY BURGER – STAFF WRITER This year, Centre hosted the 8th annual Research, Internship, and Creative Endeavors (RICE) Symposium, which allowed students the opportunity to present on research or experiences in which they participated. The event began under the direction of former Centre professor of Sociology Dr. Sarah Goodrum with input from Dean Stephanie…

What to do when you’re Undecided

BY MARY BURGER – STAFF WRITER There are few questions that can truly rattle a student’s mind and cause unnecessary stress. While a college senior cringes at questions about post-graduation plans, the idea of major declaration leads to stress-induced dreams and consistently changing life plans. Many students enter college with an intended major and stick…

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