Monthly Archives: November 2016

Trailblazing the Path for Male Cheerleaders: Meet Mike Carter

  BY BECKY FULTON – STAFF WRITER Those who have attended Centre’s home football games this season may have noticed something a little different about this year’s cheer squad. Mike Carter, a junior Computer Science major, is the only male member on the squad, and the first one at Centre in years. “I wanted to…

Centre Basketball: New Faces, New Talent, and a New Identity

  BY BENJAMIN HADLOCK – SPORTS EDITOR Agonizing. No better word sums up this past weekend. It was a nightmare for Colonel faithful who were left in a state of bewilderment after witnessing the Football team squander away a conference championship and watching the Women’s Soccer team lose in the most heartbreaking fashion. However, all…

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Panhellenic Party: The Sorority-Wide Tailgate

BY EMILY INNES — STAFF WRITER One of the Centre social scene’s most notable characteristics is its Greek life. The small school setting makes our system a little different than most schools, but the fraternities and sororities are known for their continual positive presence on campus. Throughout the year, the different organizations host a variety…

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The Pinto Bean: The Coffee Bean

BY JASON PINTO — STAFF WRITER AND FOOD CRITIC   As a regular consumer of coffee, quality matters to me, and when I venture to purchase a cup of coffee from one of Danville’s selections, I want that cup to be worth the trip! Recently, a new coffee shop opened next to Guadelahill. Sweet Beans…

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A Portrait of the Professor as a Young Man: Milton Reigelman

BY BRENNEN AMONETT – STAFF WRITER I believe a privilege of attending a small liberal arts school in central Kentucky is the community built by Centre’s presence in Danville. It’s safe to say that the names of Centre legends don’t retire with them, and that a school of 1,400 students can feel the impact of…

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With Open Arms: Welcoming a Refugee Family to Danville

BY EMILY INNES – STAFF WRITER Last week, Danville and Centre College opened their arms and hearts to welcome a refugee family into the community. Many of you may remember the convocation last November where Barbara Kleine of Kentucky Refugee Ministries discussed the global refugee crisis. A Centre graduate, Kleine inspired campus to take action…

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