Monthly Archives: April 2017

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Massacre in Mosul Underscores Trump’s ISIS Strategy

BY KATHLEEN MURPHY – STAFF WRITER As Iraqi civilians in Mosul find themselves trapped on the ground between retreating ISIS forces and American-backed coalition forces seeking to regain the city, U.S. coalition strikes threaten them from above. On March 17, an airstrike, if confirmed by the ongoing investigation, may have resulted in the highest death…

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To Tip or Not To Tip? It’s Not Really a Question

BY MORGAN UNDERWOOD – STAFF WRITER Who doesn’t love a nice meal out? You get delicious food you don’t have to cook, no dishes to wash afterwards, it’s a dream. There’s just one increasingly controversial aspect to dining out, as well as other services, the tip. Tipping has become quite the gray area in the…

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Off the Beaten Path: Moving Off Campus

BY COLLEEN COYLE – STAFF WRITER There are many unusual qualities about Centre’s campus including a small following of people deeply devoted to the sport of badminton, our celebrated victory over Harvard which is about to be 100 years old, and the chance that you might run into your professor or President Roush at 9:30…

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Centre’s Game of the Week Promotion

BY EMMA PRESBURG – STAFF WRITER  You might have seen the fliers posted around the athletic buildings –Athletes in the middle with the words “Centre Game of the Week” written across the top. This new promotion is an attempt to increase attendance at home athletic events, encouraging students to come out and support their fellow…

Signing Out of the Centre Bubble

BY DEVIN BAKER – STAFF WRITER In January of 2016, Rhoman James, who currently serves as the group’s president, founded Centre Signers. Centre Signers is an American Sign Language (ASL) club on campus where the learning of ASL and deaf culture is taught. In addition, the group also offers language opportunities to engage the deaf…

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Passion Politics: A New Hope for the Democratic Party?

  BY RACHAEL BLANDAU – OPINIONS EDITOR  Deep down in the 6th Congressional District of Georgia, a special election is taking place that could determine the trajectory of the Democratic Party heading into the 2018 midterms. A lone face stands as the picture of a new, younger Democratic Party. At only thirty years old, this protégée…

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Alternative Spring Break

BY STEWART COARD – STAFF WRITER A group of Centre students and faculty traveled up to Chicago this March to spend spring break volunteering and learning about poverty. The Alternative Spring Break Program provides students with the opportunity to use their free time to not only benefit others, but explore issues relating to poverty, immigration,…

Spotlight On: Vantage Point

BY OLIVIA MURRELL – STAFF WRITER What is Vantage Point? Vantage Point Literary Magazine is a student-run, student-written, and student-illustrated literary magazine that comes out once a semester, sometimes including Centre Term. The Centre Term issues are still run by students, but feature faculty and staff writings and illustrations. Vantage Point accepts writing from students…

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