Centre College visits Andalusia. And I must say I look forward to their visit more than just about any other group that comes out here. Tuesday morning was no exception as the big blue bus with the Kentucky thoroughbred painted on the side rumbled up the driveway. The students and their professor, Dr. Mark Lucas, got off and made their way to the front steps where I told them about Andalusia and why it's such a special place. I really didn't need to, however, as they have read just about everything in the Library of America edition of O'Connor's works. As in past years, these collegians were attentive and asked excellent questions. It didn't matter that it was about 40 degrees outside (which was something of a reprieve for them seeing as it was only 4 above zero when they left Danville, Kentucky the day before). The Centre students were interested in learning all they could about Flannery and her home. After I led them into the house, I noticed that there wasn't the usual boisterousness we often get with groups of young people. Standing outside Flannery's bedroom, they were reverently quiet. You could tell they were in awe of where they were and I just think this speaks volumes for them, their professor, and their school. No, I'm not an alum nor do I work in the admissions department, but in my humble opinion if you or someone you know is thinking about college you'd be hard-pressed to find a better school than Centre.