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For the first time, a group of Centre College students recently created and held a Minecraft Graduation Ceremony to celebrate the Class of 2020. Attendees could either watch the livestream event, or, if they had a Minecraft account, they could join and be a part of the ceremony. The program included
ATLANTA – Recent Centre graduate Cal Lewellyn has been named the 2019-20 Jacaruso Enterprises Southern Athletic Association Man of the Year, the league office announced Friday.
The SAA Man of the Year presented by Jacaruso Enterprises is the highest honor the league bestows for a male student-athl
On May 24, the originally scheduled date for Commencement, Centre College held a virtual Senior Celebration to honor the 352 members of the Class of 2020. President John and First Lady Susie Roush recognized the graduating class live on Zoom from the stage of Newlin Hall. Roush will retire at the en
Editor's note: This story was published before JP Vaught was named an All-American by the USTFCCCA last week
DANVILLE, Ky. - He was expecting to be an All-American at the least and Centre College track coach Lisa Owens was sure freshman JP Vaught would have re-written all the school sprint records
How do we reimagine resilient communities in a post-pandemic world? This question will be the focus of a summer boot camp offered at Centre College to incoming first-year students interested in developing what program co-directors Andrea and Anthony Margida call an “entrepreneurial mindset.” The Mar
DANVILLE, Ky. – Centre men's soccer coach Jeb Burch and his staff have formally announced their upcoming 2020 schedule, which can be viewed in full here.
Coming off their first NCAA Final Four in program history and a 20-4-1 slate in 2019, the Colonels will open the 2020 season with a home match a
This article was originally published in the Spring 2020 edition of Centrepiece. “A sled dog,” mused our guide, making distinct eye contact with each of us in the surrounding circle, “is any dog which, when properly harnessed and attached to the gang line, will pull a sled.” It was my first day of a
DANVILLE, Ky. - Being part of the Marine Corps is not something Caleb Anderson always planned to do but that interest was always there. However, once he got to Centre College he knew he "definitely" wanted to pursue that career option.
Soon, he'll leave Louisville for for a six-week Marine Corps Pl
This article was originally published in the Spring 2020 edition of Centrepiece. Iditarod. The name conjures images like no other sporting event: blinding white terrain, icicles knotting ruddy-faced mushers’ eyebrows, silver-eyed dogs lunging frantically into a vast unknown. Basically, crazy people
DANVILLE, Ky. - Centre men's soccer enjoyed a record-setting 2019 season, culminating in the program's first ever trip to the NCAA Final Four.
This past week, the coaching staff and senior student-athletes gathered together on a Zoom call to watch the historic Elite Eight match against Montclair St
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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".
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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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Because of COVID-19, I was very concerned about working on campus. Lori Burke has helped me out so much, by processing payments during this crisis, and has helped me to work from home, with the exception of a few hour...