‘Shadow and Bone’ Series Review

Kate Tourison May 11, 2021

Looking for a new binge-worthy show with action? Fantasy? Romance? Welcome to the Grishaverse. Based on the Grishaverse novels, written by author Leigh Bardugo, the Netflix series Shadow and Bone premiered...

Soul The Review

Martin Hilser February 17, 2021

Disney Pixar Animation Studios’ newest release Soul is about an amateur jazz musician turned middle school band teacher named Joey, who finds himself stuck in the afterlife after falling down a peculiarly...

Top 10 Disney Plus Movies

Martin Hilser February 9, 2021

Disney Plus is a movie platform just like Netflix, Hulu, or HBO that was published on November 19, 2019. The main purpose of Disney Plus is for people to watch exclusively Disney content, including everything...

 2020: An Unforgettable Experience 

 Ishita Mehta January 26, 2021

2020 was quite the ride for everyone. Some found it an enjoyable one, while others weren’t fans of this rollercoaster of a year. This pandemic has affected many, a portion of that population being teenagers....

Journalism 2020 Farewell

Delanie Tucker June 23, 2020

Words: Delanie Tucker  When I started thinking of the possibility that I could become the Editor-In-Chief of the Centennial High School Wingspan, this is not quite how I imagined my take-over would go....

Rising Freshmen: Fears for an Uncertain School Year

Sasha Allen June 18, 2020

Words: Sasha Allen Last June, prior to the 2019-20 school year, I wrote an article about the worries and expectations of rising freshmen and matched their fears with words of encouragement and advice...

BLM: A Look at Performative Protests on Social Media

Emily Hollwedel June 17, 2020

Words: Emily Hollwedel In the midst of a virus’ wrath, the nation reveals another deep, old wound that has been with it since the beginning: racism.  Within the span of a month, three names— maybe...

COVID-19 Quarantine Records

May 27, 2020

Words: Mariam Abd-El-Shafy  On Friday, March 13, Governor Hogan announced that all Maryland Schools would shut down until further notice to limit the spread of the Coronavirus. It has been over two months...

The Impact of March for Our Lives and the Students of Parkland

March 28, 2018

Words: Maddie Wirebach I don’t think I can adequately express the sheer power and passion that radiated through every single inch of Pennsylvania Avenue. There are just no words to describe the feelings...

The December Issue Is Here!

January 3, 2018

The Wingspan team is happy to announce the release of its December 2017 issue! You can read the online publication here. For more breaking news and photos, follow The Wingspan on Instagram and Twitter...

You Can’t Read This: It’s Time to Stop Banning Books

December 20, 2017

The opinions stated in this article do not necessarily reflect the views and beliefs of the Wingspan staff as a whole. Words: Delanie Tucker In every county across the globe there are different varieties...

From Division to Dialogue: Using Truth to Unity

February 19, 2016

The Wingspan receives guest articles by Centennial students and staff about various subjects important to them and the community. Earlier this week we received a contribution from a former Wingspan writer,...

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