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Winners Need to Go Home Too

BY LANEY TAYLOR — STAFF WRITER Fridays at 7:41 A.M. were punctuated by the side eye of my neighbor trying to take out the trash. The twang of Bluegrass Junction apparently warmed all cars but only some hearts. Fridays at 7:44 A.M. were marked by the palpable relief in finding a clear stretch of road…

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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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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…

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Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Crit Luallen to speak on May 24

By Sarah Cornett – Editor-in-Chief This year, Centre’s Commencement speaker will be Kentucky’s own Lieutenant Governor Crit Luallen. Lieutenant Governor Luallen was sworn in on Nov. 14, 2014 after being appointed by Governor Steve Beshear to replace Jerry Abramson. For Luallen, the opportunity to speak at this year’s Commencement is especially important since Centre is her…

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First-year Molly Holder skates to success

By MARY BURGER – STAFF WRITER First-year Molly Holder has spent the majority of the past eleven years of her life on the ice. After being an attendant of different roller skating birthday parties, the Louisville native decided to try a different pair of skates. Holder’s passion for figure skating began at the young age…

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