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October 14 marks the premiere of season 32 of The Amazing Race, and Cody Buell ’09 and his friend and competition partner Nathan Worthington will take off on a quest to outrun, out think and out strategize 10 other two-person teams on a race around the world. The Amazing Race is a reality series on
ATLANTA – On October 12, the Southern Athletic Association's Council of Presidents voted to tentatively approve a modified schedule for all 21 conference sponsored sports which would begin play in early 2021.
The Council of Presidents weighed all medical information consistent with federal and sta
In collaboration with the Grace Doherty Library, Creative Commons is sponsoring the Two Sentence Horror Story competition. Each entry earns you some Halloween swag. Winners in the following categories will win their choice of a scary (or not!) book. You are welcome to submit as many entries as you
Centre College's first law school fair was in 2003 with just 10 law schools. On Oct. 6, the College brought in 68 law schools to virtually speak with Centre students. Joy Asher, Director of the Center for Career & Professional Development, said that past law school fairs have 30 or more schools
DANVILLE, Ky. - Centre College senior Brendan Zink has spent his last two summers living in a remote part of Alaska where he didn't have electricity and worked long, exhausting hours daily as a commercial salmon fisherman.
"I was on an island for about 45 days waking up and fishing every day," said
Have books checked out? Return them to the library using the book drop! The drop is located just inside the front doors of Crounse on the left.
NeXT Centre Newsletter newsletterContact Name: Crystal Nicole EllisPosting Type: College AnnouncementCentre Email Address: crystal.ellis@cent
For the second time in a row, due to challenges presented by the global pandemic, the Centre College Board of Trustees held its meetings virtually. While individual committee meetings were scheduled throughout the weeks of Sept. 28 and Oct. 5, the full Board met the morning of Friday, Oct. 9. Board
DANVILLE, Ky. – Although we can't celebrate like usual, Centre College Athletics still wants to bring the Colonel faithful together for a virtual 2020 Homecoming, which is scheduled for this weekend.
The department has put together a virtual tailgate kit for folks to enjoy from the comfort of thei
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd 2020, two weeks away! If you are registered to vote in Boyle County and you have not requested an Absentee Ballot, you can vote in person on Election Day from 6am-6pm at the Boyle County Fire Department Station 1 (1500 Lenanon Rd) or at First Christian Church (5
Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts recently announced its new free monthly CULTURE + series, a mix of live performances and thought-provoking dialogue, hosting its first event in August. The third installment of the virtual series, titled “CULTURE + ARTISTIC PERSPECTIVE,” will be on Thursda
DANVILLE, Ky. - Centre College junior linebacker Carter Smith has never been afraid of a challenge.
Go back to when he was a freshman at Madison Southern High School and he found himself paired against senior running back Damien Harris, one of the nation's best players, in a one-on-one practice dri
Monday, October 19th @ 7:00pm
Cultivating an Anti-racism Mindset and Healing Racial Trauma
Wednesday, October 21st @ 7:30pm
At the Intersection of Music and Society: The Underrepresented Musician
Centre College's next convocation will be explosive. Matthew Staymates, a mechanical engineer and fluid dynamicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will be speaking on masks, drugs and explosives in a one-of-a-kind convocation that is open to the community. The convocation will
DANVILLE, Ky. - JK Gonzalez has not been home to Los Angeles since January because of COVID-19 concerns, but the Centre College junior has adjusted to being away.
"Luckily my parents are immigrants and they understand the whole idea of being able to leave family for long periods. They have helped m
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Need help with campus network printing?
PaperCut is the print management system at Centre. The interface is very easy and adding funds to student accounts is quick and easy! For full information on how this works, visit the ITS Website at http://helpdesk.centre.edu and click on FAQ in the menu or click here to download the new PaperCut campus installation guide.
Each Centre student is given $33 per year of free paper funds in PaperCut. To add funds to your PaperCut account, visit the Library Circulation Desk or the College Cashier (Horky House) to purchase a pre-paid code card. Then click the button above titled "PaperCut Print System" online, login with your Centre username/password and click "Redeem Card".
Need more help? Ask ITS!
If you are having a problem getting your computer or device on our campus network, there are many ways you can get assistance. You can always visit the ITS Technology Support Center in 762 West Main (right next to Old Centre near Main Street). There you will ﬁnd friendly support staff to help you with your technology-related problems - Monday-Friday from 8am to 5pm.
You can also email the Technology Support Center at email@example.com or call us at 859-238-5575!
We would love to hear from you especially during these ﬁrst few weeks of the semester when you are getting settled in and getting things connected.
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Submitted by Katherine M. Andrews
I was greatly impressed and humbled by the efforts and care of the Sodexo team, to provide meals for the students in quarantine and isolation. For a dozen students, I left with my SUV completely full of hot meals, bags of ...
Submitted by Anonymous
In the early afternoon on a Saturday, where is Matt? On a Gator, working athletics fields. If champions are made when no one is watching - the same can be said about this Hero At Work!
You went out of your way on a late Friday afternoon to provide the support a student needed so that she could succeed this semester.
Thank you for all your work, patience, creativity, and belief in us as instructor. You made it possible for the faculty to provide students with a quality education in these challenging times.
Anyone who has worked with Andy would describe him as calm, cool, and collected. His work with the COVID Task Force, and with multiple projects to help ensure continuing high quality teaching and learning and effective reporting capa...