2014 Top Centre Stories: Alumni Profiles

Crounse HallAs 2014 draws to a close, we’re taking a look back at the most popular web stories this year based on analytics from Centre’s website.
Below are eight of the top news stories featuring Centre alums.
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Crit Luallen & Governor Beshear

Crit Luallen ’74 appointed lieutenant governor of Kentucky

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Jordan Gay kicking football

Jordan Gay ’13 makes Bills’ 53-man roster
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Henry VIII

Jessica Wortham ’99 lauded by NYT critic for lead role in “Henry VIII”

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Stacy Hoehle

Stacy Hoehle ’04 competes in modern pentathlon

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Laura Bramblett

Laura Bramblett ’12 returns to Centre to share her experiences from the Peace Corps

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Mary Todd Lincoln book

Betty Ellison ’56 repaints portrait of First Lady with The True Mary Todd Lincoln

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Danny Noll & Kasey Jackson

“Distinctly Centre” marriage proposal in Powell glass studio

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Emily Weixler McCay

Alum’s environmental passion leads to success in unusual business

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By |2014-12-29T08:30:50+00:00December 29th, 2014|Admission, Alumni, News|