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Nathaniel Deaton ’15 focuses John C. Young research on ancient IsraelNathaniel Deaton has spent his senior year conducting independent research titled “The Village, Unearthed: New Perspectives of the Roman Economy...
Decision Day 2015: Different“Go out there and find people you’re close to who view you differently than you view yourself,” advises Dexter Horne...
Independent study highlighted at annual John C. Young Scholars Symposium, April 18The annual John C. Young Scholars Symposium will be held Saturday, April 18 in Vahlkamp Theater of Crounse Hall, beginning...
Internship at Shaker Village combines history, preservation and academic researchGrace Anne Martin ’15 hops out of bed, gets ready for the day and makes a 20-minute drive across the...
Bourbon Industry Distilled in sixth Flameside ChatThe distinctly Kentucky beverage—bourbon—will be the next topic of the popular Flameside Chat series. The sixth installment, titled The Bourbon...
Professionalism Week prepares students for life after Centre, April 20-23The extraordinary success of Centre College graduates, 95 percent of whom are employed or engaged in advanced studies within 10...
Barbara L. Hall to retire after 35 years of service to CentreAfter 35 years of service to Centre College, Barbara L. Hall has chosen to retire from her career as a...
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