Maryland Voices Submissions

Joanne Yoon December 2, 2021

Calling all writers! Maryland Voices is a student-run journal where high schoolers can submit creative nonfiction works under 3000 words to be published. Submissions for Maryland Voices Volume XII are...

Annual Winter Spectacular

Joanne Yoon December 1, 2021

Centennial’s fine arts programs will be performing the annual Winter Spectacular show on December 2 and December 3 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets Can be purchased online or at the door for $10. Make sure to come...

Winter Sports are Back!

Madison Ceglia November 30, 2021

Howard County winter sports are finally back! For the next three months, make sure to come out and support our wrestling and boys’ and girls’ basketball and indoor track teams. Keep an eye out for...

The Effects of the Added HCPSS Half Days

Edwin Wu November 26, 2021

As of November 3, 2021, there has been a modification to the 2021-22 Howard County Public School System academic calendar. Monthly half-days have now been implemented to allow both students and teachers...

The Importance of Adopting Rescue Animals

Caitlyn Daproza November 26, 2021

Finding and adopting animals from rescue centers is not a new concept, but over the last few years, more people are turning to this method over purchasing pets from pet stores and breeders. Pets require...

Centennials Model United Nations Conference

Centennial’s Model United Nations Conference

November 25, 2021

Over 160 students from all across Maryland gathered at Centennial to participate in the 13th annual Centennial High School Model United Nations Conference (CHS MUNC) on November 13, 2021. Student delegates...

The Variation in School Work Between Different Howard County High Schools

Rachel Middleton November 24, 2021

In school environments such as the Howard County Public School System, the majority of students are in at least one GT/AP or honors class, meaning many know that lots of work is involved. This year, especially,...

Turn up the Music with T-Swift and Adele!

Ishita Mehta November 23, 2021

The blonde girl who continues to steal (and break) our hearts came out with a new old album, Red. This time though, it’s Taylor’s Version.  Taylor Swift is working to re-release some of her best...

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: How the AAPI Community Feels

Naomi Chao November 23, 2021

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has broken records as the highest-grossing domestic film during the COVID-19 pandemic so far. The film resonated with many Asian-Americans who had felt the palpable...

Women’s Safety Series Part 1: Gabby Petito

Kate Tourison November 22, 2021

[TW for mentions of domestic abuse, death] In July 2021, twenty-two year old Gabby Petito and her fiancé Brian Laundrie set off on a summer road trip in their white Ford van to visit national parks...

Sledding Straight into the Holiday Season

Jasmine Kwok November 19, 2021

Centennial seniors are already feeling the winter spirit! With houses being decked out with Christmas decorations and shops coming out with their iconic holiday beverages, the joy is most definitely contagious....

The Class of 2022 is Crabby About the Senior Activity Cancellation

Bryn Schwartz November 15, 2021

With activities such as the senior sunrise, senior nights in sports, and homecoming, it’s safe to say the fall is an exciting time for the senior student body! One of the most popular senior events...

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