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Centre College honored members of its campus community on May 13 at a special outdoor lunch ceremony recognizing this year’s faculty and staff award winners. The recognitions typically occur during a closing dinner for all faculty and staff, but COVID-19 has prevented the dinner even for the second
DANVILLE, Ky. – Centre men's lacrosse saw its historic 2021 season come to a close Sunday, falling to No. 16 Colorado College by a 19-6 margin inside Farris Stadium.
After winning the program's first ever NCAA Tournament game Saturday – and becoming the first school in Kentucky to win a men's lacr
This article is part of a series featuring Centre College’s 2021 John C. Young (JCY) Scholars. Centre’s JCY program, now in its 31st year, is designed to serve highly motivated seniors, allowing them to engage in independent study, research or artistic work in their major discipline or in an interdi
DANVILLE, Ky. – Centre men's lacrosse defeated 14th-ranked Denison, 12-11, in the opening round of the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship Saturday inside Farris Stadium.
The win is the first NCAA Tournament victory in program history, coming in the team's third appearance.
The Colonels improve to
Thanks to a partnership with Global Experiences (GE) Virtuoso, established by Centre College’s Center for Global Citizenship (CGC) and Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD), biochemistry and molecular biology major Rachel Goff ’22 (Elizabethtown, Kentucky) is participating in a vir
NAPERVILLE, Ill. - The Centre men's track & field team sent individuals to the Dr. Keeler Invitational at North Central College in an effort to bolster positions on the performance list in the lead-up to the NCAA Championships in two weeks. The Centre men made history on Friday night as two more sch
Posse Scholar, first-generation student and environmental studies major Tori Moore ’21 (Malden, Massachusetts) was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to work as an English Teaching Assistant (ETA) in Nepal for 10 months. “It has always been a goal of mine to work and live abroad in some capacity,” Moor
EAST LANSING, Mich. – Centre women's golf closed out action at the NCAA Division III Championships Friday, leaving the Forest Akers West Golf Course with a sixth-place finish.
The Colonels shot a 317 in Friday's final round, solidifying the program's second best finish at the event behind the four
As part of the virtual CULTURE + series, Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts is hosting “CULTURE + MINDFULNESS” on Thursday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m. Registration is required to attend. Participants will join a thoughtful discussion exploring the cultural intersection of mindfulness and the physi
DANVILLE, Ky. – Centre men's lacrosse is set to open action in the 2021 NCAA Division III Championships, hosting First and Second Round games inside Farris Stadium.
It will be the program's third NCAA appearance but first at home, where Centre is 9-1 overall this season with a +61 goal differentia
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Dr. Jefferson is a remarkable professor who values his students individually and takes the time to ask how we are doing. He cares about each and every one of us more than giving us some sort of letter grade. He is a truly wonderful...
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Jessica has come into a new role mid-school year and has hit the ground running. She has committed herself to do so much unseen work over the past months- building relationships, being a visible member of ODI at campus events (nigh...
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Alycia has gone above and beyond making sure that students, especially those who are learning remotely, have the resources and opportunities they need over the past year. I know of so many students who would not have been successful ...
In the past five years Robert has build the Lincoln Scholars program into the most diverse premier scholarship at Centre College, with cohorts comprised of varying national and international backgrounds, identities, and abilities. He...
Through all the many, many changes COVID has dealt Centre - and through all the many, many changes COVID has caused the Federal Department of Education to pass on to colleges - Kevin has continued to put the welfare of students at hi...