Daily Archives: 04/15/2016

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DramaCentre’s ‘Assassins’ to run April 20-23

BY CATHERINE HINES – STAFF WRITER Next week marks the premiere of DramaCentre’s musical production, Assassins, written by Stephen Sondheim. Dr. Patrick Kagan-Moore, Charles T. Hazelrigg Professor of Dramatic Arts, is directing the production, alongside Dr. Jaemi Loeb as Musical Director, Rebecca Stephenson as Dance Instructor, and Professor Matthew Hallock as Scenic and Lighting Designer….

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SGA launches local foods campaign

BY HAYLEY HOFFMAN – EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Centre College’s Student Government Association has recently begun a campus-wide informational campaign on local foods. The idea for the campaign arose after students completed the organization’s fall survey, in which 60 percent of students reported that they preferred to eat local foods if the option was made available to them….

March Madness at Centre College

BY LAURA MCCANDLESS – STAFF WRITER Every March, one can expect to hear the scratching of pens on brackets and competitive banter as the NCAA March Madness tournament begins. This year was no different. Though the University of Kentucky, a student favorite, did not make it past the second round due to a loss against…

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Health Corner: Simple swaps that could change your life

BY DANA REYNOLDS – STAFF WRITER Just a few swaps in your lifestyle can create a healthier and happier life for yourself! There are several to choose from including: Food/Diet Black Coffee for Latte. You’ll drink less coffee, spend less money, and consume less calories. This is one I know I could work on as…

Are farewell tours really worth it?

BY BROOKS HOLTON – SPORTS EDITOR On July 16, 2013 New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera trotted out of the Citi Field bullpen for his last appearance in a Major League Baseball all-star game. Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” – his trademark entrance song since its release in 1999 – thundered over the public address system. Baseball…

Premier scholarship weekend invades campus

BY CATHERINE HINES – STAFF WRITER If you noticed numerous new faces on campus from March 31 to April 4, here is why: Centre College hosted Premier Scholarship Weekend. This included three groups of finalists competing for coveted spots in the Brown Fellows, Grissom Scholars, and the new Lincoln Scholars programs. Each group of candidates…

The Brussels terror attacks, and the future of terrorism

BY RACHAEL BLANDAU – STAFF WRITER As Belgium continues to reel from last month’s ISIS bombings at Brussels airport and one of the city’s busiest metro stations, the rest of Europe and their allies are gearing up for a new age of terror. Since the suicide attacks in Belgium, which killed 35 and injured hundreds,…

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