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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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Ohio State Buckeyes win first-ever College Football Playoff

By JOHN WYATT – SPORTS SECTION EDITOR The 2014-2015 season in college football saw the first-ever College Football Playoffs. The new postseason tournament has four teams play in two semifinal games, with the two winners advancing to the championship game. In an effort to keep the bowl games relevant within the new system, the current…

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To Rush or Not to Rush

By IRINI BROM – CENTO WRITER The decision to rush or not to rush is one that seems to weigh heavily on the minds of most first-years that cross the threshold into Centre’s campus. The Centre College Greek Community graciously pushes the process of formal recruitment back an entire semester with the hopes of alleviating some…

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Declaring a major in Art History

By THOMAS SACCENTE – STAFF WRITER Being able to take an image that one has in mind and using it as the basis to create something tangible, be it in the form of a sculpture, painting, or anything else, has always been a valued skill and has lead to the creation of countless works whose…

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Centre Cheerleaders promote school spirit at games

By KINSEY HISLE – COPY CHIEF “We are CC!” Ringing out over the enthusiastic fans, pep band music, and the crunch of football tackles are the Centre Cheerleaders promoting spirit and excitement for the Colonels and the fans. The voices of ten girls and the swish of the pom-poms add to the sounds of Centre…

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Jacobs Museum showcases Deaf History in Danville

By THOMAS SACCENTE – STAFF WRITER The Deaf culture in America is an undeniably distinct community that has made astonishing contributions to American culture as a whole. Nowhere are these historic accomplishments more apparent than in Danville’s very own Jacobs Hall Museum. The Jacobs Hall Museum serves as a perfect testament to the rich culture…

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Students offer Thanksgiving traditions for break

By MICHELLE KIM – CENTO WRITER It’s that time of year again when vanilla lattes turn into pumpkin spice, green leaves turn red, and our jeans feel a little bit tighter than we would probably prefer. The Thursday of “thanks” has found its way back around and students are getting excited to relive some good…

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Is It Really Appropriate to Have a Statue of Lincoln?

By RACHEL KENT – CENTO WRITER From the very first tour as a prospective student, each member of the Centre community is proudly told that Kentucky is the birthplace of Lincoln and that one time, the man himself borrowed some books from someone important who was connected to Centre. Somehow, because of this, we ended up…

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A Girl, her Guitar, and the Records

By HAYLEY HOFFMAN – MANAGING EDITOR Junior Jeri Howell has turned a childhood passion into a career as a professional musician and performer. Traveling all around the state, Howell has played at a variety of venues, from Frankfort’s Grand Theater to local coffee shops. Howell has been performing for as long as she can remember….

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Centre Volleyball maintains a Positive Attitude

By ALEX MULHALL – STAFF WRITER The Centre Volleyball season is more than halfway over, but things are far from winding down for the Colonels. Senior Suzanne Asbury has high hopes for the end of the season and for post-season play. “I think our season has progressed ok,” Asbury said. “We’ve had our good and bad…

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