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A White House Divided

A White House Divided

BY ZAMIRAH HUSSAIN - STAFF WRITER At the end of February, Hope Hicks announced her resignation from White House Communications Director after three years of working under various titles for current President Donald Trump. Hicks is a former model turned public...

Pennies in the Bucket

Pennies in the Bucket

BY AILIYAH ALIM - STAFF WRITER With over 50 clubs and student organizations on campus and a total of $240,000 to fund these activities, it is no wonder that money quickly becomes tight in the SGA budget. In an email sent on the third of November 2017, the SGA Finance...

Erasing the Centre Bubble: Towards a More Empathetic Campus

Erasing the Centre Bubble: Towards a More Empathetic Campus

BY COLLEEN COYLE - STAFF WRITER This article is a member of a series focused on Diversity at Centre College. On September 5, many Americans moved throughout their day, unaffected by the events unfolding at the White House, as Jeff Sessions announced the termination of...

Repeal and Replace: The Third Time Is Not the Charm

Repeal and Replace: The Third Time Is Not the Charm

BY KATHLEEN MURPHY - STAFF WRITER Another attempt at repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act fell short last Wednesday as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell withdrew the vote on the Graham-Cassidy bill after several senators refused to vote for it....

Solidarity, Post-Charlottesville

Solidarity, Post-Charlottesville

BY STEWART COARD - STAFF WRITER In recent years, Centre has taken measures to ensure a more inclusive and diverse campus, open to individuals from various backgrounds. However, our campus must contend with the difficult reality of existing in a part of the country...

“Fake News” Does not belong on Our Campus

BY RACHAEL BLANDAU - OPINIONS EDITOR Last week a banner was hung in Cowan proclaiming a meeting for a “dialogue on Pro-life.” Yet, as was quickly ascertained, a dialogue was not the only intention of this meeting. The moderator was Brenna Lewis, a member of the...

The Big Apple: Free Education in New York

The Big Apple: Free Education in New York

BY OLIVIA MURRELL - STAFF WRITER  The state of New York recently created The Excelsior Scholarship, which will offer free tuition at two and four- year colleges. Only full-time students within the State University of New York system would be covered, however, this...

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