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High Hopes or Hopelessness: Trump and el-Sisi’s Budding Relationship

BY KATHLEEN MURPHY – STAFF WRITER After twin suicide bombings on Coptic Churches on the important Christian holy day of Palm Sunday in Egypt, American president, Donald Trump, called Egyptian president, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to express his condolences. While such exchanges among world leaders after tragedies are usually common, the sentiments expressed went beyond polite…

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Chelsea Handler Brings Trump and Trouble to Netflix

BY MORGAN UNDERWOOD – STAFF WRITER TV personality, talk show host, and comedian Chelsea Handler has been turning TV on its head since her beginnings on the E Network with her show “Chelsea Lately”. Now with her new show “Chelsea,” which will be premiering its second season on Netflix May 5, she is changing the…

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Kentucky’s Last Abortion Provider Stays Open Pending Lawsuit

BY KATHLEEN MURPHY – STAFF WRITER The Kentucky state government and the EMW Women’s Surgical Center in Louisville, the last abortion provider in Kentucky, reached an agreement in court on the 4th, allowing the clinic to remain open as a federal lawsuit between the two parties continues. The federal lawsuit started after the state informed…

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Centre College Seeks New Director of Global Citizenship

BY MAX ADDINGTON – STAFF WRITER Centre College is currently in the process of selecting a new Director of Global Citizenship. The application process began when Dr. Milton Reigelman, the current Director of Global Citizenship, announced his retirement during the Spring of 2016. The selection committee began meeting the following semester, and applications were accepted…

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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…

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