In the midst of COVID-19, Centre College faculty have been hard at work to determine how to best teach their classes whether their students are in person or online. To help share some of these plans, the College created a series of videos featuring a number of faculty members being interviewed by H.W. Stodghill, Jr.
Centre College recently held a virtual version of the 13th annual Research, Internships and Creative Endeavors (RICE) symposium. New this year, RICE included prizes for the best two presentations or posters from each academic division. Winners were chosen by appointed faculty judges. The Dean's Office and the Undergraduate Research Committee share the divisional presentation winners:
Caili Harris ’23 and Tory Parker ’16 participate in the Kentucky Theatre Association’s Quarantine Bake-Off
Caili Harris ’23 (Lexington, Kentucky) and alumna Tory Parker ’16 recently participated in the Kentucky Theatre Association’s (KTA) Quarantine Bake-Off. Harris won first place in the college division for her play “To Grow a Garden,” and Parker won third in the first-timers category for her entry “Groundskeepers.” Jennifer Goff, assistant professor of theatre, also participated
Though students are engaged in remote learning, the campus tradition of faculty celebrating their students when they declare their respective majors continues. Centre College faculty recently created a series of videos featuring professors from a variety of academic programs to welcome their newly declared students. “Programs welcome their majors in different ways—lunches at Cowan, picnics,
As part of a Danville–Boyle County community effort, the Centre College program in dramatic arts is utilizing resources from its costume shop to support the local health community. With the help of a basic sewing machine, faculty and staff members can make masks from a pattern provided by the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center (EMRMC).
As part of Centre College’s Family Weekend, DramaCentre presents “An Evening of Ives: six short comic plays by David Ives.” The show opens Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. and continues through Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday at 5 p.m. in Weisiger Theatre in the College’s Norton Center for the Arts. The plays were
John Proctor is the Villain, a new play by Kimberly Belflower that premiered at Centre College in November 2018, is enjoying wide acclaim across the nation. Centre students and faculty were directly involved in the evolution of the play as part of The Farm Theatre College Collaboration Project. The play recently received a standing ovation
Two Centre College students, Olivia Wilkinson ’21 (Memphis, Tennessee) and Sullivan Blackburn ’20 (Louisville, Kentucky), recently took the stage in Kimberly Belflower’s John Proctor is the Villain in The Alchemical Studios in New York City. The performance, on June 3rd, was part of The Farm Theater’s College Collaboration Project, a program that allows for students
On the day of their graduation from Centre, the Class of 2019 participated in the What’s Next? campaign, an eagerly anticipated feature of Commencement day. The new alumni shared their post-graduation plans, as they now join the 97 percent of Centre alumni who either attend graduate school or are employed within a year of graduation. While their post-Centre pursuits vary,
Zach Throne ’16, a dramatic arts and politics graduate, is gearing up for the debut of his first feature film, "Cadia: The World Within." Throne is serving as co-executive producer for the film that stars Corbin Bernsen, best known for his roles in "Psych," "L.A. Law," and "Major League," and James Phelps, the actor who