Thousands of People Attend Protest in D.C. in Solidarity with Palestinians

Fatima Masood June 12, 2021

On May 29, a protest for Palestinian liberation occured at the Lincoln Memorial--a place known as a symbol of the United States virtue of equality. Outraged people came from all over the country to Washington...

Maryland drops COVID mask mandate just in time for summer

Kate Tourison May 28, 2021

As the number of vaccinated individuals continues to grow, many members of the Centennial community are gearing up for a “maskless” summer vacation In accordance with new CDC guidelines, Governor...

Juniors Weigh AP Exam Options to Find Their Best Fit 

Jasmine Kwok May 21, 2021

This year’s AP exams have presented an overwhelming number of choices for students. Taking their AP classes in either first or second semester, students had to decide whether or not they needed more...

Administrators and Class Board Hold Closing Activities for Senior Class

Lauren Scott May 17, 2021

Despite the limitations imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, CHS administrators and students are working together to ensure that this year’s senior class has a memorable send off.  While the Class of...

Celebrating College Commitments

Jasmine Kwok May 14, 2021

A look into Centennial’s Instagram account that highlights individual senior commitments and the culmination of their high school efforts As seniors close off one chapter of their lives and go their...

Worldfest

Sasha Allen May 14, 2021

On April 23, Centennial’s National Honor Society hosted Worldfest. This event has been an annual tradition for years, but because of the pandemic, was moved to an online setting.  The evening began...

Howard County Ditches the Outdoor Mask Mandate

Madison Ceglia and Gabby Graves  May 10, 2021

On April 29, Maryland state governor Larry Hogan announced the decision to remove the outdoor mask mandate due to the increasing vaccination rate. Howard County has implemented these loosened restrictions,...

HCPSS to Elect New SMOB 

Edwin Wu  May 7, 2021

SMOB candidates share their missions to represent all HCPSS students for a better future Who’s the better candidate for the Student Member of the Board of Education (SMOB)? Students will decide...

Howard County’s Digital Education Center

Sasha Allen April 27, 2021

While students are just now starting to trickle back into the building with each phase of reopening, the Howard County Public School System, or HCPSS, has been planning for both virtual and in-person options...

Solidarity Vigil for Asian Americans 

Emily Hollwedel  March 19, 2021

Due to the recent string of hate crimes in Atlanta targeting Asian people in the United States, the Howard County Coalition for Immigrant Justice is planning a vigil for locals to stand in unity against...

Millions Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine as Biden Moves Into Office

Sasha Allen and Elijah Ruiz March 4, 2021

Many people are being vaccinated across the country as the production and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine are now in full effect. 10.8% of people in the U.S. have received at least their first...

Students to Start Return to Building on March 1

Jeramy Stavlas March 1, 2021

Beginning Monday, March 1, the first phase of reopening schools will begin throughout Howard County. Students will return to their respective buildings, staggering every two weeks by the schedule that...

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