The Wingspan

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The Wingspan

The Wingspan

Taylor Swift making history at the Grammys

Ana Clara Lima E Silva and Emma Liu February 27, 2024

From winning 14 Grammys, Person of the Year, Billboard Top Female Artist and the title of Spotify’s #1 artist, pop sensation Taylor Swift has consistently been recognized worldwide for her music and...

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Yeseo Lim February 20, 2024

Winter Issue, Volume 48: page 11.

Photo credit: Columbia Figure Skating Club (@columbiafigureskating)

Breaking the ice: A CFSC “The Nutcracker” review

Yeseo Lim February 20, 2024

While each production of “The Nutcracker” is unique, its magic consistently transcends the boundaries of time and language. In a deep dive into the ballet and its origins, National Public Radio (NPR)...

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Devastating effects of poor mental health on teens: Experts give advice on how to cope

Edwin Wu February 16, 2024

Across the country, high schools in the United States have faced an increase in rates of depression. According to recent data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than...

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It’s time for a vacation! Somewhere “No Place Like Home” (Album review)

Hannah Kim February 12, 2024

A new year, a new album from the indie-rock band, Vacations. Titled “No Place Like Home,” the album delivered the sentimental feels of summer-esque indie pop on Jan. 12, 2024. In this album, the songs...

Photo from Sonic Symphony Tour

Sonic Symphony Washington DC review: The Knight of the Wind

Joey Crossney February 12, 2024

On Jan. 20, 2024 one of the greatest nights for Sonic fans happened in Washington DC: the Sonic Symphony World Tour. The night was filled with several funny moments, universal crowd cheer and most importantly,...

Alex Raney, Centennial Sports Media

“He’s gonna go down as one of our best scorers in Centennial history”: How Josh Frazier has left his mark on Centennial as only a Junior

Jackson Palich February 7, 2024

After winning regionals and falling short to the eventual 3A state champions at City College last season, Centennial basketball outshined expectations. Although sophomore Josh Frazier already had a prominent...

What is Leandro Conti’s real job at Centennial?

Ryan Brown February 7, 2024

Leandro Conti is known for many things around Centennial High School— teaching is not one of those things. At least that’s the impression most, if not all, students who know the young staff member...

The wrestling team huddles before a dual meet against Howard on January 25.

All eyes on Centennial wrestling

Abby Conrad February 6, 2024

Thursday nights at the Centennial High School gym are usually nothing out of the ordinary, with the fluorescent lights gleaming against the wooden floor as the air conditioner lazily hums; the room is...

“The Color Red”; The embarrassing Golden Globes monologue of Jo Koy

Rachel Middleton February 2, 2024

The 2024 Golden Globes were attended by numerous A-list actors, with winners like Emma Stone for Best Female Performance in a Comedy and Cillian Murphy for Best Male Performance in a Drama, as well as...

Girls and boys varsity basketball: The secret to a successful team

Girls and boys varsity basketball: The secret to a successful team

Abby Rothrock January 31, 2024

This winter sports season, Girls Varsity Basketball Coach Stefan and Boys Varsity Basketball Coach Slopek are certain that their teams will have lots of success, both on the court, and off. For Slopek,...

https://www.escapistmagazine.com/the-boy-and-the-heron-is-an-artistic-achievement-that-isnt-for-everyone-review/

“The Boy and the Heron”: A Delightful Confusion (Movie Analysis)

Hannah Kim January 29, 2024

Excited fans across the world have sorely missed the works of Hayao Miyazaki since his latest film, “The Wind Rises.” Other movies by him such as “Spirited Away” and “Howl’s Moving Castle”...

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