Best of 2012 Web Stories: 20 Questions
December 20, 2012 By Elizabeth Trollinger and Cindy Long
As 2012 comes to an end, we’re looking back on the most popular web stories from the Centre homepage, based on Google analytics. (To view the entire 2012 web archive, click here.) Here are the top five most popular in our 20 Questions web series:
1. 20 Questions Special Edition with VP Debate Moderator Martha Raddatz
Martha Raddatz, senior foreign affairs correspondent for ABC News and moderator of the Vice Presidential Debate at Centre, helped everyone get to know her better by answering our 20 Questions. Her responses were also the second-most-popular debate story, as well as the third most-popular web story overall.
2. 20 Questions with Assistant Director of Admission for Communication Adam Brown ’07
Brown shares some fun tidbits about what it’s like to be a new father and what educational experience at Centre he has found most helpful.
3. 20 Questions with Professor of English Mark Lucas
Ever wondered what your English professor’s favorite novel or poem is? Wonder no more—at least about Professor of English Mark Lucas, who names his picks in his 20 Questions.
4. 20 Questions with Area Coordinator and Shuttle Coordinator Chase Warner ’10
While Warner lists “Dexter,” “Downton Abbey” and “It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia” as some of his favorite TV shows in his 20 Questions, he adds, “All would be trumped by a sitcom based on life in the Student Life Office at Centre.”
5. 20 Questions with Director of the Center for Global Citizenship Milton Reigelman
When asked who he would invite to a dinner party, Reigelman created a thoroughly literary scene by answering, “Melville, Whitman and Twain—what a hoot that would be!” in his 20 Questions.
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Centre College, founded in 1819, is a nationally ranked liberal arts college in Danville, Ky. Centre hosted its second Vice Presidential Debate on 10.11.12, and remains the smallest college in the smallest town ever to host a general election debate. For more, click here.