Monthly Archives: September 2016

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DramaCentre Presents: Proof

BY EMILY INNES – STAFF WRITER  DramaCentre’s annual performance is one of the highlights of Centre’s Family Weekend, and this year David Auburn’s play, Proof, takes the spotlight. Senior Sean Fannin is making his directing debut, a fact that has made the show all the more appealing to the actors. The opportunity to work with…

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New Starting Quarterback Ready To Give Model Performance

BY CARBERY CAMPBELL – STAFF WRITER  As Centre’s four-year starting quarterback from 2012-2015, Heath Haden led the football team to great successes and set record breaking performances. These include a Southern Athletic Association conference title and the NCAA playoffs in 2014 as well as the record for all time leader in passing yards. He even…

New Year, New Faces: Vanessa Bentley

BY EMILY INNES – STAFF WRITER This year, The Cento continues their series featuring new faculty on campus and introducing them to the Centre community. This edition, The Cento would like to welcome Professor Vanessa Bentley to Centre as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy this year. A graduate of Hiram College and the University…

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Happy Trails: Fall Hiking in Kentucky

BY GABRIELA CIPOLLA – ARTS AND LEISURE EDITOR  With fall approaching quickly, it is hard not to feel the excitement that the season brings on Centre’s campus. The trees in front of Old Centre are starting to shed their leaves, and stepping outside and feeling a cool breeze instead of a blanket of humidity is…

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The State of the 2016 Election

BY: JAKE MCGUIRK – STAFF WRITER This year’s presidential election has dominated news and conversation for the better part of the last four years. November 8 is fast-approaching, and as we enter the final weeks of the election cycle it is useful to take a step back and consider how we got here. Hillary Clinton…

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The Pinto Bean: ‘Tut’s’ is King

BY JASON PINTO – STAFF WRITER Danville is not on the top of the charts when it comes to culinary variety, but I will not let that stop me from bringing you quality food reviews from some of the hottest new places popping up in the area. This week, Jake McGuirk and I hit up…

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Pottery Painting: Community Arts Center

BY BECKY FULTON – STAFF WRITER  Tucked away under the back staircase in Danville’s Community Arts Center lies a colorfully renovated pottery studio open to the public. Run by Education Director Maggie Haskett, the ceramics program includes the Paint Your Own Pottery (POP) Studio and ceramics classes for kids and adults. “We have two adult…

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