Centre College is gaining additional student housing in the form of a 60 year old house on wheels. The bungalow brick home was transported some six blocks just after midnight Wednesday and brought to the Danville campus.
Centre College is looking for 40 first generation students to participate in a new scholarship program. Ten Grissom Scholars are expected to be enrolled in next fall's classes and 10 more each year through 20-18.
Centre College President John A. Roush (center) is joined by AARP State President Jim Kimbrough (far left), AARP State Director Ron Bridges (left), WAVE3 News Vice President and General Manager Ken Selvaggi (right) and Richard Trollinger, vice president for college relations.
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Centre College President John A. Roush announced Thursday that the college has formally proposed to host a debate for Kentucky's U.S. Senate race.
The announcement came at a news conference in front of Centre College's Norton Center for the Arts, where both the 2000 and 2012 vice presidential debates took place.