Harrodsburg restaurant serves up sweet treats

Harrodsburg restaurant serves up sweet treats

By ADAM FALLUJI – STAFF WRITER With no end to the papers, presentations, and looming finals in sight, students may be seeking any kind of diversion from their ever-constricting workload. Those seeking something new and tantalizing for their taste buds and...
Men’s Basketball looks to dominate the SAA

Men’s Basketball looks to dominate the SAA

By ALEX MULHALL – STAFF WRITER The Centre Men’s Basketball team was playing at a high level before most of America even knew what a Kardashian was. Over the past eight seasons, they have managed to win seven conference titles. On top of that, the 2014-2015 team...

Directing class allows students to produce one-act plays

By MORGAN KING – STAFF WRITER If you are interested in the dramatic arts, then Professor of Dramatic Arts Dr. Patrick Kagan-Moore’s “Directing” class could be just the class for you. “The class actually reminded me a lot of a photography class at first, because...

CentOnion: Sodexo to use human meat in food

By GRAY WHITSETT – OPINIONS SECTION EDITOR The close-knit environment of a small liberal arts school is something many students and faculty will point to in their explanation of an institution’s success. And indeed with 98 percent of Centre College students...
Centre participates in collaborative theater project

Centre participates in collaborative theater project

By KINSEY HISLE – COPY CHIEF Centre’s Dramatic Arts department has been chosen as one of three programs in the country to participate in The Farm Theater’s first-ever College Collaboration Project. The Farm Theater, located in Brooklyn, N.Y., first opened its...
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