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A number of Centre College students recently participated and competed in the Kentucky Academy of Sciences (KAS) Annual Meeting. Izzy Neel ’21 (Springfield, Kentucky) won first place in the Physiology/Biochemistry division for her research conducted under Karin Gill, assistant professor of behaviora
DANVILLE, Ky. - The day before the Centre College swim team was set to compete in the Division III national championships in March, the event was cancelled due to COVID-19.
"We all hugged and cried for about 30 minutes and then just had to accept it," said Centre College sophomore Elise Burch.
Harlem String Quartet The show must go on even in the midst of a pandemic, and although audiences are unable to enjoy the full Norton Center for the Arts Newlin Hall experience, the Centre Symphony Orchestra presented the livestream "Music as Identity" concert November 4 on YouTube. The concert als
DANVILLE, Ky. - Centre College lacrosse coach Monica Scott has had to face COVID-19 issues like almost every other college coach but she had to do something few other coaches did — figure out how to get married during the pandemic.
"After our season got cancelled (in the spring) so much of the conv
Enhancing an already impressive offering of more than 50 majors, minors, pre-professional and dual-degree programs, and graduate partnerships, students entering Centre College in fall of 2021 will now have the option of majoring in business. Centre’s new major was designed by colleagues in the Colle
DANVILLE, Ky. – The Centre swim teams were the first to unofficially compete against teams from other schools in the 2020-21 school year, as they faced West Virginia Tech and Virginia Military Institute in a virtual meet on Saturday. Despite the layoff, the Colonels put on some impress
While fall internships for Centre College students may have looked differently this year, due to COVID-19, 14 students were able to take advantage of internship opportunities. Those who participated have shared their experiences through the College’s virtual Fall Internship Showcase. “Students creat
INDIANAPOLIS – Centre's longtime athletic administrator, Gina Nicoletti-Bellinger, has been selected to serve on the NCAA Division III Infractions Appeals Committee, it was announced this week.
She will begin her four-year term on the five-person committee this January. As stated by the NCAA, the
In lieu of the traditional written final exam, Centre College students in political economy of development with Rahim Mohamed, visiting assistant professor of international studies, gave virtual, original TED Talks. Mohamed explained how his course attempts to grapple with the problem of development
DANVILLE, Ky. - Centre College senior Andrew Edwards didn't start running cross country until his high school freshman year at Louisville St. Xavier and only did it to stay in shape for lacrosse. However, he quickly found out he was better at running than he was at lacrosse.
"All sports are co
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Marsha is always so helpful. She manages a myriad of tasks and does so with friendly ease. I really appreciate how quickly she answers any email or phone call and always with such useful and complete information. She is so kind to al...
The Student Health team has been on the front lines of facing Covid on our campus, testing symptomatic students, answering countless questions and calls from students, parents, faculty and staff, and providing helpful information to ...
Mary Scott was a wonderful addition to the Parsons crew. During a hard semester, she has been compassionate and positive and a great colleague. Thank you for being a great coworker, Mary Scott!
Kathe has provided helpful transparency about the spread of Covid-19 at Centre. She answers emails and replies FB posts right away, always providing helpful, accurate information without getting the least bit defensive. This informat...
Starting in January, Centre's international students have had so many challenges thrown their way and Jessica Leonard has been a tremendous and consistent support. She is calm and approachable. She is creative about how to support st...