Op-Ed: The Sit-In and The American Racial Binary

This author of this article wishes to remain anonymous. Another day of community, solidarity, and celebration. Another day of disappointment for those who don’t fit Centre, or America’s, racial binary. On the first of November, our community saw another attempt at...

UndocuPeers Training Cultivates Awareness, Allyship

BY COLLEEN COYLE - OPINIONS SECTION EDITOR On Sunday, November 4th approximately sixty faculty, staff, and students rose from their beds and made their way to the Evans-Lively Room in Old Carnegie to attend this semester’s session of UndocuPeers training sponsored by...

A Message from Berry College

When Winning Loses

BY HANNAH HOOPER - STAFF WRITER “It doesn’t matter. We won.” This is what our president had to say when CBS correspondent Lesley Stahl recently prompted him to comment on the veracity of Dr. Ford’s statement. These words tell us that to our president, partisan...

Recommended Reads

BY PEYTON POPP - STAFF WRITER Danielle La Londe, in addition to taking care of her dog named The Dude, is an assistant professor of Classical Studies here at Centre College. When it comes to reading books in living languages, she recommends The Sympathizer by Viet...

Centre “Speacs”: Campus Climate Data Released

BY COLLEEN COYLE - OPINIONS EDITOR Last year, Centre students had the opportunity to complete a campus climate survey which measured how students were experiencing and perceiving the Centre College environment. The survey included questions ranging from trust in the...

CentOnion: Sodexo To Add Pepto-Bismol Dispenser in Cowan

BY BRENNEN AMONETT - EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Centre College dining scene is an ever-evolving culture. It is a foodie’s oasis in the sparse desert that is Danville, Kentucky. As of Monday, this only became more true. The college’s food provider, Sodexo - praised for its...

The Theatre of the Oppressed Debuts at Centre College

BY LINDSEY WOOD - STAFF WRITER “Who serves you?” You may have seen flyers posted around Centre’s campus posing to you this brief, but powerful question. An advertisement for the Theatre of the Oppressed performance, the somewhat abstract question was meant to initiate...

President Roush’s Open Letter and Post-Sit In Healing

BY THE EDITORIAL BOARD Last May, students marched into Old Centre carrying with them a list of demands regarding issues of inclusion on campus. Hundreds of students protested in the historic building for over three days until nearly all the demands were met. Various...

New Year, New Faces

BY KIT HAIST - STAFF WRITER The presence of professors and faculty on Centre’s campus eases interactions with students. For visiting professors, being on campus temporarily may disadvantage them from connecting with the wider community. The Cento continues its...

Centre Soccer’s Impressive Start

BY KERSEY REYNOLDS - STAFF WRITER Early success for both the Colonels’ men’s and women’s soccer teams have indicated promising results for this season as a whole. The men’s season began August 31st with an impressive 5-0 win over Gallaudet, with two goals each from...

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