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Centre College recently held a virtual version of the 14th annual Research, Internships and Creative Endeavors (RICE) symposium, where the Undergraduate Research Committee judged and selected winners for the best oral and poster presentation for each academic division. During the symposium, 48 stude
ATLANTA – Centre women's tennis swept the final Southern Athletic Association Player of the Week awards, the league announced Tuesday.
Katharine Sherman was named the Singles Player of the Week, while Lainey Hill and Ella Rueff were selected as the Doubles Team of the Week.
Sherman defeated Lea
Centre College’s 31st annual John C. Young (JCY) Symposium will be held virtually on Saturday, April 24. Seven seniors will present the results of their research on the topic of their choice. Each scholar will give a 20-minute presentation and then take questions from the audience for 10 minutes fol
ATLANTA – Seniors Will Newton and Nathan Wilcox headlined the Southern Athletic Association year-end awards for Centre men's soccer.
The two were named to the All-SAA First Team, while Ryan Roussel landed on the Second Team. Sota Ippongi, Everett Hauser and Haydon Korfhage were placed on the All-S
This spring, Centre College’s theatre program brings a classic story: girl meets boy. Girl falls in love with boy. Boy is already dead. “Dead Man's Cell Phone” will be performed virtually, April 21-24, at 8 p.m. on Vimeo. Registration is required to attend. “For folks who joined us for 'Greek Traged
ATLANTA – Centre women's soccer once again had a strong showing in the year-end Southern Athletic Association awards, announced Tuesday by the league office.
Mills Mullen and Cameron Zak were named Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively, and Jay Hoffman was voted by his peers as
Lincoln Scholar Katherine Leahey ’21 has recently won the Rotary Global Grant Scholarship for Rotary group District 6710. The approximately $50,000 Global Grant enables an exceptional student devoted to humanitarianism to spend an academic year pursuing graduate study at a university outside of Nort
ATLANTA - Earlier today the Southern Athletic Association released its weekly awards for the final week of the regular season in baseball, and Centre's Jake Holloway took home the league's Pitcher of the Week award for games played through Apr. 18 following an historic start.
Holloway made program
Centre College will welcome Dr. Jeanine Abrams McLean, sister of Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Andrea Abrams, as the guest speaker for the convocation “Vaccine Inequity in Communities of Color: An Issue of Trust or Access?” held virtually on Tuesday, April 20 at 7 p.m. Registrat
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Centre men's soccer suffered a 2-1 double-overtime defeat Sunday in the Southern Athletic Association Tournament Championship match against Berry, played at Berylson Soccer Park.
The Colonels (4-4) – playing in their fifth straight SAA title bout – scored first against the Vikin
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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...
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Kathe Andrews has lent such careful oversight to our grant submissions over the years. This year alone, she was a guiding light for four grant submissions for the Library, and this during a pandemic! We appreciate the detailed and ...
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Centre's "on-call" volunteers are a group of faculty and staff members wh...