Daily Archives: 10/01/2015

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Tips for dorm room workouts

BY CHANDLER GARLAND – STAFF WRITER Staying fit is one of the key ways to live happily and healthily, especially on campus. Yet we all struggle with finding a sufficient amount of time to devote to fitness. If you’re anything like me, you’ll tell yourself in the middle of the day that tonight is the…

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A familiar Centre Football face steps into a new role

BY BROOKS HOLTON – SPORTS EDITOR In 2014, Nate Letton played his final season of competitive football, leading a Centre College defense that held opponents to 19.6 points per game and racking up 41 individual tackles from the linebacker position—second most on the team. This fall, his Saturdays are spent a little differently. He traded…

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Fitness Favoritism: Student-athletes before students

BY SARAH HOLLOWAY – STAFF WRITER Many Centre students have been in an uproar in light of recent developments concerning the popular Combo-Mix Aerobics class. The turmoil began when a campus-wide email was sent out stating that the class had been moved out of the Sutcliffe aerobics studio and into the small racquetball court in…

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Get Centred: A haven of peace

BY RACHAEL BLANDAU – STAFF WRITER Have you ever felt so overwhelmed with your workload that you just wanted to get some peace? When you are in the middle of the worst semester in your life you may not think you can get relief from everything bogging you down, while the solution to that never-ending…

Belligerent Alumnus Angered Nevin Hall No Longer Moral Wasteland

BY GRAY WHITSETT – OPINIONS EDITOR Citing glorious days of untold vandalism, flame runs, and endemic stench, Centre College graduate and veteran of Nevin Hall William Withers was outraged this homecoming weekend to find the building he once called home inhabited by men and women alike. “I’m livid,” the 1981 graduate said, after shot-gunning his…

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Health Corner: The Importance of Sleep

BY DANA REYNOLDS – STAFF WRITER What is the one thing that almost all college students are lacking? It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this one out, it is most definitely sleep. But between hard classes, exams, sports practices, choir, student government, etc., how are we supposed to make time? Like everyone else…

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SGA Finance Committee on allocations, special funding requests

BY DANA REYNOLDS – STAFF WRITER Within each academic year, the Student Government Association (SGA) is given an allocation of funds from Centre’s Board of Trustees that is used to finance events and organizations across campus. Instead of having self-sustaining organizations, Centre promotes an atmosphere where is the Student Government Association plays an active role—taking…

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