Back To School: The New Way

Naomi Chao and Ishita Mehta September 14, 2021

Throughout 2020, adaptation was essential in the school setting. Now with students back in the building, teachers are returning to a somewhat normal lesson plan; however, virtual learning has made an apparent...

How Students Plan On Spending Their Summers

Rachel Middleton June 14, 2021

As we all know, the COVID-19 pandemic put a lot of our previous summer plans on hold, or simply stopped them all together. People were unable to travel to their usual vacation areas, were unable to visit...

Cicadas Swarm East Coast After Perfect Temperatures Hit

Edwin Wu June 4, 2021

After 17 years of patience, “periodical” cicadas, also known as Brood X, are surfacing from underground, causing many people to feel disgusted and fearful. According to an article by National...

A Conversation With Centennial’s 2021 Teacher of the Year

June 3, 2021

From one of the most adamantly chaotic school years of our time springs the Class of 2021. Despite the abnormalities, little has stopped them from making the most of their final year of high school. This...

26 Years of Immigrant Customs Enforcement in Howard County Comes to an End

Sasha Allen June 3, 2021

For the last 26 years, Howard County has been benefiting from their contract with ICE, or US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, receiving roughly $2.8 million a year from the majority privatized imprisonment...

Vaccine Distribution at All Time High

James MacLellan June 3, 2021

Many citizens across the country are receiving doses of their COVID-19 vaccine, bringing liveliness back into society.  If you haven't gotten a vaccination, go to a local government-owned community...

Farewell From Editor-In-Chief Delanie Tucker

Delanie Tucker June 2, 2021

At the end of last year, I wrote a farewell article, but it wasn’t quite goodbye. It was my intro into being Editor-In-Chief, and I knew I had a whole year ahead of me until I was done with high school...

Centennial’s Chris Betler: His Journey with Baseball

Madison Ceglia June 2, 2021

The Centennial boys’ baseball team has dominated this year, becoming a force to be reckoned with throughout the county. This success had been crafted over the years, largely in part to the dedicated...

The New “Normal”

The New “Normal”

Fatima Masood May 28, 2021

Returning to school buildings to teach should seem like the light at the end of the tunnel after being virtual for so long, yet teachers at Centennial High School seem to be split on how they feel. Current...

Senior Year Closing Activities

Joanne Yoon May 28, 2021

The Class of 2021 has missed out on many of the traditional senior events, and with the Covid-19 restrictions limiting celebrations, the Class Board and administration put together a variety of activities...

A Freshman School Record

Joanne Yoon May 28, 2021

Alyson Abel, a freshman from Wilde Lake High School, won 5th place in a Baltimore Metro area speech competition on March 28 for the 2021 Declamation where she performed a speech for a group of judges....

How Quarantine has Shaped High School Students

Jasmine Kwok and Rachel Middleton May 27, 2021

The pandemic has brought to everyone a time of distress and anxiety. Students at Centennial High School have expressed their fluctuating emotions over quarantine, varying from exhaustion to motivation....

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