Daily Archives: 03/17/2016

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Centre announces new study abroad program in Germany

BY MORGAN KING – COPY CHIEF At Centre, you have the option to participate in a variety of different semester study abroad programs all around the world—from Mérida, Mexico, Strasbourg, France, and even to Yamaguchi, Japan. Yet, even with these options and more, Centre understands there is a whole world to explore, and they are…

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Danville’s newest restaurant, the Danville Bistro

BY SARAH HOLLOWAY – STAFF WRITER Earlier this year, Danville welcomed a new addition to the restaurant community that has Centre students rejoicing—The Danville Bistro. Not only is the Bistro within walking distance of campus but it fills the void of a Chipotle-style eatery the city was lacking, with a touch of local flare. The…

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The Bevin administration’s push for Pro-Life legislation

BY RACHAEL BLANDAU – STAFF WRITER This week, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin filed a lawsuit against Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, which he claimed was operating a clinic in Louisville that violated state law. From Dec. 3 to Jan. 28 the clinic had allegedly performed 23 unlawful abortions, which for Governor Bevin was the…

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New Year, New Faces: Dr. Karen Gill

BY CATHERINE HINES – STAFF WRITER The Cento continues  its “Meet the new faculty member” series this week with Dr. Karen Gill, Assistant Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience. Dr. Gill most recently taught as a graduate student at the University of Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky University. She is originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She graduated from…

Students react to addition of Kappa Delta to Centre sororities

BY SHRUTI RAM – STAFF WRITER It seemed like just yesterday the idea of another sorority joining Centre’s campus was little more than a rumor. However, after the sorority presentations, and the recent announcement that Kappa Delta has been chosen to colonize on our campus, students are more excited than ever about the changing dynamics…

Ugandan Elections: Museveni’s reign continues

BY SARAH HOLLOWAY – STAFF WRITER On Feb. 18 Ugandans held their general elections for President, Parliament, and local councils. The final results of the presidential elections came out to Yoweri Museveni from the National Resistance Movement party (NRM) with 60% and Kizza Besigye from the Forum for Democratic Change party (FDC) at 35%. Though…

Unique Spring Break plans

BY SHRUTI RAM – STAFF WRITER There are only a few days left until Spring Break is finally upon us, and Centre students can finally get the sleep, rest and relaxation they’ve been wanting all semester. Well…in theory. Any discussion about Spring Break plans usually end up going in one direction or the other—Centre students…

Letters to the Editor: To the men of Centre College

To the Men of Centre College, on Whose Behalf Jesse Diluzio Spoke – It is my understanding that you took offense to Emily Rodes’ article and I can objectively see why; you didn’t like feeling attacked or generalized, which is fair. But what I think you didn’t quite get out of the article, and possibly…

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