Sights and Sounds: Campus Caroling
December 13, 2012
For more than 30 years, Centre College faculty and staff have carried on a tradition—a cross-campus caroling surprise for students at the end of the first term. Faculty and staff meet at the dean’s house, warm up with a couple of songs and head out. The event takes place during finals week—and while students never know what day to expect it, it serves as a lasting Centre memory. The caroling tradition brings smiles and holiday cheer to Centre, and is another expression of the College’s commitment to personal education.
Video by Chris Floyd.
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