For Centre College alumni, Homecoming is an exciting time to return to campus, relive and reminisce about their Centre Experience. Homecoming 2017 allowed alumni to honor distinguished faculty, peers and outstanding athletes, see current student-athletes in action and take in art and musical performances.
The weekend featured a number of sights and sounds, including a reception and gallery talk with H.W Stodghill Jr. and Adele H Stodghill Professor of Art Stephen Rolfe Powell ’74 and ceramic artist Kensuke Yamada and a chance to sing and dance along with Kool & The Gang in the Norton Center for the Arts.
On Saturday, the Centre Colonels took on Rhodes for the Homecoming football game with a win of 42-35. President John A. Roush took the field during halftime and crowned this year’s Homecoming king and queen, Noah Martin ’18 and Amaryst Parks ’18. Martin is a history major from Spartanburg, South Carolina. Parks is pursuing a self-designed major in social justice and is from Florence, Alabama.
October 25, 2017