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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...

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...

Women’s History Month: Lori Estes

Women’s History Month: Lori Estes

Rachel Middleton May 6, 2024

Estes lived and worked as a teacher in Greece 23 years, advocating for immigrants despite not being native Greek herself. “Greece is a very reclusive society. They looked down on immigrants,” she said,...

Women’s History Month: Toni Ireland

Women’s History Month: Toni Ireland

Rachel Middleton May 3, 2024

Well-known for her positive spirit and endless love for all her students, Gifted and Talented  Research teacher Toni Ireland has established a reputation at Centennial as a supporter for all. Regardless...

The digital camera: A new desire for something old

Emma Liu April 29, 2024

It seems that out of nowhere, small digital cameras have become relevant once again in my life for the first time since I was ten. When I leave the house for a night out, my friends and I have deemed it...

How did Centennial electives host field trips?

Lily Vuyovich April 29, 2024

As the end of the third quarter approached, many students had been looking forward to field trips, such as the increasingly popular spring music trip with theater and dance. While it remained undecided...

Women’s History Month: An Introduction

Abby Rothrock April 17, 2024

The History of Women in Education In the late 1800s, women took to the schools, breaking the status quo of men dominating the field of education. Women quickly established themselves as leaders in the...

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The end of an era: Jason Kelce hangs up his cleats

Ana Clara Lima E Silva April 3, 2024

After 13 excellent seasons, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce has announced his retirement. Kelce has left an indelible impact on the NFL and will not be forgotten. Throughout his career, Kelce has...

Pink, lace and femininity: A way of life

Emma Liu March 20, 2024

A new trend has come to dominate the Pinterest boards of young girls; the coquette aesthetic. Its fast-growing popularity has the media plastered with the color pink and bows, bolstering positive attitudes...

Taylor Swift making history at the Grammys

Ana Clara Lima E Silva and Emma Liu February 27, 2024

From winning 14 Grammys, Person of the Year, Billboard Top Female Artist and the title of Spotify’s #1 artist, pop sensation Taylor Swift has consistently been recognized worldwide for her music and...

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Breaking the ice: A CFSC “The Nutcracker” review

Yeseo Lim February 20, 2024

While each production of “The Nutcracker” is unique, its magic consistently transcends the boundaries of time and language. In a deep dive into the ballet and its origins, National Public Radio (NPR)...

“The Color Red”; The embarrassing Golden Globes monologue of Jo Koy

Rachel Middleton February 2, 2024

The 2024 Golden Globes were attended by numerous A-list actors, with winners like Emma Stone for Best Female Performance in a Comedy and Cillian Murphy for Best Male Performance in a Drama, as well as...

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