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Fans attending Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour
Source: Business Insider

2023: The “Summer of Girlhood”

Abby Conrad September 26, 2023

“Give me back my girlhood, it was mine first,” declared Taylor Swift in her song “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve”; this summer, women and girls positively took their girlhood back. The months...

John Seibel, an assistant principal at Centennial High School

Clocking out of the school year with Centennial’s first year staff

Alice Kim and Hannah Kim June 8, 2023

Finals are coming and the summer is soon to arrive. Staff are left in the building for a few days more, reflecting on the past year and making plans for the upcoming fall. Becoming a staff member...

Source: Nintendo

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom review

Joey Crossney June 7, 2023

May 12, 2023 was a day of celebration for Zelda fans with the release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of  the Kingdom––a game that has been six years in the making.  The highly anticipated sequel...

New principal, Same problems

Abby Conrad May 31, 2023

As Ms. Cynthia Dillon’s tenure at Centennial High School comes to an end this June, the school is anxious to meet its new principal for the upcoming school year. Given both longstanding concerns about...

Reading resentment: Why teens have stopped reading for pleasure

Julia Bianchini and Mackie Aro May 26, 2023

Most people agree that reading was an integral part of their childhoods. Toddlers learn lessons of forgiveness and responsibility from imaginative characters and kids explore magical universes from the...

Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Let’s Go! – Spring dance showcase reflections

Alice Kim and Hannah Kim May 26, 2023

Over the span of two days––April 27 and 28––Centennial hosted its annual dance showcase, in which dance program members showed off their hard work from this past school year. Every dancer from...

AP exams: Is the stress and studying justifiable?

Abby Conrad May 17, 2023

AP season: for many high school students across the country, it’s the most stressful two weeks of the year. AP (Advanced Placement) courses are classes available to high school students, giving them...

Alumni advice to seniors

Abby Rothrock May 16, 2023

As May rolls around, many students are feeling the “senior slump,” including non-seniors. While the race to the end of the year begins for underclassmen, many seniors have an even bigger priority:...

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Has Joe Goldberg finally found a worthy opponent? “You” season 4 review

Julia Bianchini May 15, 2023

TV’s favorite baseball hat-wearing serial killer, Joe Goldberg, has returned as creator Sera Gamble’s You releases its fourth season. Joe continues his problematic streak of finding death wherever...

Source: AP News

Affirmative action case explained: How your college admission may be affected

Abby Conrad May 3, 2023

Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) v. President and Fellows of Harvard College is a highly controversial Supreme Court case slated to overturn a long-standing precedent. The organization is suing the...

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Creed III review: Another side to the heavyweight champ

Sydney Burke March 31, 2023

Living life without your passion poses a challenge for any person, and in his retired life, Creed is forced to find his purpose without boxing. Finding himself in the coaching world, he runs into an old...

The Last of Us: An intense television adaptation of the acclaimed video game

Ryan Brown March 29, 2023

Too many people don’t understand the potential that video games have for the film industry. Even for those who don’t play many games, this form of media could open the door to success for many directors....

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