Century Then and Now

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An Garagiola and Jacob Bernier
Then
Century College has undergone drastic changes since its inception. Although many things have changed over the years, a few constants are still recognizable: the student newspaper, known then as The Lakewood Logue (rhymes with vogue), the Veterans Club, Student Senate, amazing theater productions, sports (although the […]

All I Want for Christmas is U.S.A.

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Sophia Yunk | Layout Director
“Together forever, never apart. Maybe in distance, but never at heart.” Darvin Turner, Army, and his daughter’s favorite saying while he was deployed.
“Hardest part was being away from my daughter to see her open her gifts.” Darvin Turner, Army.
“It’s like bringing your city with you.” Bethany […]

Walking in Their Shoes With a Cane

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Medical Assistant Student Contribution
The Medical Assistant Students participate in a minimum of 25 hours of Service Learning at one of several facilities available to Century Students through the Service Learning Department. Students are paired up with either an elderly client at one of the long term or senior facilities, or […]

The Color Assignment

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Michael Aguirre | Photography Editor
Melissa Borman’s Art Photo Study students were assigned a difficult task. To incorporate hue, value, and saturation using color schemes to compliment the color wheel. Here are some photographs chosen by the class to represent the assignment. The students were asked the following questions:
What is the […]

What’s on Your Professor’s Desk? – Derek Tellier

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By looking at Derek Tellier’s desk, you wouldn’t guess that he is a professor. His desk is strewn with guitar picks, CD’s and other things related to music.  Derek is in the popular band called High Octane. Most Saturday nights you can find him playing his base guitar in different […]