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The Central Digest

The student news site of Chattanooga Central High School

The Central Digest

PD...ACTUALLY HOW ABOUT WE NOT -- Personal displays of affection have been a big problem at our school.

PD..Actually, How About We Not

Laurelie Holmberg, Columnist November 13, 2018

Classrooms, hallways, and even the agora, defining places of wonder at Central High, are becoming infected. 'What is this disease?' one may ask. Excessive public display of affection, better known as PDA,...

TWO TRUTHS, ONE LAURELIE: SPOOKY SEASON-- Columnist poses with her completed pumpkin.

Spooky Season

Laurelie Holmberg, Columnist October 26, 2018

Pumpkin carving, humorous boos, seems like the Halloween season has come through! Yes, the spooky season is here and nobody else is more excited for Halloween than me. Over fall break, I considered...

CENTRAL, WHATS GOOD?-- Honor students Larissa Ryabchuk (left) Laurelie Holmberg (middle) and Delaynie France (right) showing being good is the way to go.

Central, What’s Good?

Laurelie Holmberg, Columnist October 9, 2018

Every school has ups and downs; many times when a school is experiencing one of its downs, a lot of people will focus on all the negative aspects of the school and the community. Recently, Central received...

READY, SET, VOTE-- Voter registration drive is Tuesday, September 24!

Ready, Set, Vote!

Laurelie Holmberg, Columnist September 24, 2018

Pumpkin spice and everything nice, yet it seems as if something else is in this fall air. Ballots, debating, and highly persuasive commercials trying to convince Tennesseeans to vote for Marsha Blackburn...

TO COLLEGE AND BEYOND-- That moment when you need to make a college decision but you do not know where you want to go.

To College and Beyond

Laurelie Holmberg, Columnist September 19, 2018

Picture this, it is senior year, mid-April, graduation is less than a month away, and you are scrambling to decide what you are going to do after high school. Sounds crazy, right? Surprisingly this is...

STUDENT SECTION OR SENIOR SECTION? -- Senior football players Wyatt Garret (left) and Michael Mcghee (right) hold Columnist Laurelie Holmberg up to catch a ball.

Student Section or Senior Section?

Laurelie Holmberg, Columnist September 10, 2018

Hey guys, it is time to get serious, seriously crazy, that is. As most of you have noticed, the football season has kicked off and there's nothing better to do on your Friday night than to cheer on your...

CENTRALS NEXT TOP CONSTRUCTION WORKER -- Columnist Laurelie Holmbeg is scolded by biology teacher, Mr.Fomby.

Central’s Next Top Construction Worker

Laurelie Holmberg, Columnist September 1, 2018

It's not Paris, it's not Dubai, it's the new hall passes at Central High! Lately, as most of you have noticed, Central has acquired some "interesting" new hall passes. The bright orange construction-...

THE BEGINNING OF THE END -- Columnist Laurelie Holmberg poses with some of her favorite books.

The Beginning of the End

Laurelie Holmberg, Columnist August 26, 2018

Hiya! Welcome to Two Truths, One Laurelie, the adventurous column where I, Laurelie, give you an up-to-date rundown of all things Central! This week's article is going to be a fun introduction to my...

GOODBYE CENTRAL -- Goodbye to my wonderful Journalism staff! I will miss you all dearly!

Hey, Hay Hay!: Bye, Bye, Bye…

Haylee Smith, Columnist May 10, 2018

"Parting is such sweet sorrow, that I shall say goodnight till it be morrow," William Shakespeare wrote. This quote means a great deal to me, as this is my last column for the Central Digest. Words cannot...

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST -- My fellow actors and I perform in Act II of the play.

Hey, Hay Hay!: Just Being Earnest

Haylee Smith, Columnist April 19, 2018

Last weekend the drama club performed The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. The show was performed in the library and had a huge turnout both nights! In the play I took on the character Gwendolen...