Tiger Woods: A Golf Legacy Stuck in Limbo

Tiger Woods: A Golf Legacy Stuck in Limbo

By Dana Reynolds – Staff Writer At his peak, Tiger Woods could have been considered the greatest golfer in the game. With his scoring records and margin-of-victory marks in major championships, he used to outshine anyone on the course. But each year, people...
A Lesson in Kentucky’s Bracketology

A Lesson in Kentucky’s Bracketology

By Alex Mulhall – Cento Writer If you’ve lived in Kentucky for at least one full calendar year, there are three truths you have come to accept: first, you have no idea what the weather will be like tomorrow; second, you will get excited about the Kentucky Derby...
Women’s Softball prepares for conference play

Women’s Softball prepares for conference play

By Rachel West – Managing Editor The Centre College softball team continues to push forward through their season, determined to turn an overall record of 5-8 around in time for the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Conference Tournament. The team’s record...
Pitcher of the Week Neu talks baseball, future

Pitcher of the Week Neu talks baseball, future

By Rachel West – Managing Editor The name “Kyle Neu” in Centre’s baseball program has almost become synonymous with the term “Pitcher of the Week.” It might seem like a joke, but it’s not: senior pitcher Neu has won conference Pitcher of the Week multiple times...
Pondering about Philosophy

Pondering about Philosophy

By Laura Humble – Staff Writer You are considering potential majors offered by Centre for that fateful day in March when you declare. If you like to ask the hard questions about life, about existence, about consciousness, about abstract ideas such as justice and...
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