Monthly Archives: October 2015

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Centre welcomes back alums as fellows: Part II

BY CATHERINE HINES – STAFF WRITER This year, Centre College has welcomed back several alums as fellows, where they will continue their professional development as working members of several of the College’s offices. Throughout the upcoming weeks, The Cento will chat with each of the new fellows about their new positions and how it feels…

Major League Baseball playoffs providing early drama

BY BROOKS HOLTON – SPORTS EDITOR It’s officially fall. Breath in the crisp air. Watch the leaves transform into magical shades of yellow, red, and orange. Go buy Pumpkin Spice everything. All that cliché stuff. For fans of Major League Baseball (MLB), there’s only one thing at the top of your October to-do list: park…

Between Party Lines: The trials of an independent candidate

BY RACHAEL BLANDAU – STAFF WRITER In a move that has become common in the current age of partisan politics, Centre’s gubernatorial debate left out one man that has become a recent contender in the race for governor—Drew Curtis. While this move is not altogether shocking, it does bring up the question: why can’t a…

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Health Corner: Tips for budding vegetarians

BY DANA REYNOLDS – STAFF WRITER A little over three years ago, I became a vegetarian. I made this switch as a first year in college with the hopes of practicing a healthier diet. This transition was not too hard for me because I have never truly been a “carnivore.” But before you make this…

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New year, new faces: Dr. Shayna Sheinfeld

BY SHRUTI RAM – STAFF WRITER Centre College is a small, tight-knit community, so any new or unfamiliar faces are immediately picked out amongst the crowd. It is not just students that are new to this campus every year, but faculty and staff as well. When professors have taught at Centre for years, students pick…

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Students discuss their favorite Cowan creations

BY DANA REYNOLDS – STAFF WRITER With tough schedules, practices, and limited time: meal planning and prep is a pain Cowan fortunately provides convenient and good food—food that, if used correctly, can be used to fulfill student-crafted recipes, providing variety to sometimes repetitive diets. As a senior, Kirsten Larson has mastered the art of creating…

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Conway and Bevin square off in Gubernatorial Debate

BY JARED THOMPSON – NEWS SECTION EDITOR Earlier tonight, individuals from various parts of the state and nation filed into Newlin Hall to see Attorney General Jack Conway square off against Matt Bevin in the latest of a series of debates in the 2015 Kentucky gubernatorial election. It goes without question that much was at…

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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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