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Fly High Wingspan: How the Wingspan Will Rebound From the Journalism Program’s Cut

Fly High Wingspan: How the Wingspan Will Rebound From the Journalism Program’s Cut

Tavroop Kaur and Abby Rothrock May 17, 2024

Since Centennial High School’s opening in 1977, the Wingspan staff have been writing and reporting fervently to keep their students updated on the happenings of the Centennial community. Whether it was...

Farewell from the Editor in Chief!

Joanne Yoon May 16, 2024

As I sit here looking for the words to sum up my time with The Wingspan, nothing seems like enough to encapsulate what I’ve experienced over the past four years.  So much of my high school career...

Teacher of the Year 2024

Hannah Elpus May 16, 2024

Jeremy Whitaker, one of Centennial’s well-loved history teachers, was named Teacher of the Year for the 2023-2024 school year.  Whitaker has been nominated multiple times for this outstanding award...

20 years from now

Abby Conrad May 16, 2024

As I open this blank Google Doc titled “Abby Final Article,” I envision my high school years sprawled out behind me as I stand on the precipice of college. I think back to everything I’ve learned,...

Who was on theme at this year’s Met Gala?

Vironica Brunson May 15, 2024

Hollywood stars attended the 2024 Met Gala in New York, on the first Monday of May. Viewers were excited for the theme, as Anna Wintour, who has been the lead chairperson of the MET since 1995, decided...

Cowboy Carter: Album review

On March 24, 2024, renowned singer-songwriter, Beyoncé, took headlines for revamping her musical career with the release of Cowboy Carter, receiving an equilibrium of both praise and critique.  Cowboy...

Prestigious or practical? The hot debate of college verdicts

Rachel Middleton May 15, 2024

Amid college acceptances and rejections being announced, the inevitable conversation of finances arises among family and friends. Whether it be tuition, the rewarding of scholarships, or the seemingly...

All screenshots by: Joey Crossney, App by: Riley Testut

Delta: Game Emulator: The battle of emulation and game preservation

Joey Crossney May 15, 2024

Apr. 18, 2024 was a big day for game emulation enthusiasts and gamers alike. The Delta: Game Emulator was released on the Apple app store by a developer named Riley Testut. The app is completely free yet...

A rightful reunion with the Heisman

A rightful reunion with the Heisman

Ryan Brown May 10, 2024

Following an amazing season with the USC Trojans in 2005, running back Reggie Bush won the coveted Heisman Trophy, becoming the first non-quarterback in six years to take home the award. However, following...

Overworked or lazy? Let’s get personal

Emma Liu May 9, 2024

There are only 24 hours in a day, seven days a week, and four weeks a month. Some days, these time limitations are the fuel I need to get through all of my work and achieve my goals. But other days, it...

2024 NBA playoffs preview

Charles Sandersen May 8, 2024

Eastern Conference #1 Boston Celtics vs #8 Miami Heat: In a repeat of last year’s Eastern Conference Finals, the Heat will take on the Celtics once again, but this time they will not have their...

Centennial’s girl’s lacrosse team huddles during a game against Howard on April 24

“No one works harder than Centennial athletes”: Girls’ lacrosse ends regular season on note of resiliency

Abby Conrad May 7, 2024

“No one works harder than Centennial athletes”: Girls’ Lacrosse Ends Regular Season on Note of Resiliency To say that Centennial’s girl’s lacrosse team has had a difficult season would be...

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