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Bailey Brantingham: From 'Grape' to Graduate; Goodbye Central!

Bailey Brantingham: From ‘Grape’ to Graduate; Goodbye Central!

Bailey Brantingham, Editor May 13, 2021

When I started my time at Central four whole years ago, I never would have thought things would end like this. Now, as I sit here writing my final goodbyes from my bedroom instead of in B-109, I realize...

ZOEY GREENE: DON'T WASTE HIGH SCHOOL MOMENTS -- Senior Staff Writer Zoey Greene (left) enjoys Leadership class with friends Dallana Nolasco (middle) and Jahmes Richardson (right).

Zoey Greene: Don’t Waste High School Moments

Zoey Greene, Staff Writer May 11, 2021

My time here at Central has been somewhere in between the "High School Musical" fabrication and the "Mean Girls" comedy. Growing up watching those two movies made me think that high school would either...

DEPRESSED SOCIALLY OR SOCIALLY DEPRESSED? -- Many students are finding depression in the midst of social media.

Depressed Socially or Socially Depressed?

Zoey Greene, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

Social media is prevalent in the life of most teenagers. They make posts about failures, successes, and relationships. It is a place where the pretty get applauded and the smart get congratulated. While...

TOO MUCH SITTING -- Junior Justin Ramirez completes work in Central's Library.

Academic Endeavors Encourage Dangerous Amounts of Sitting

Sarah Katheron Latham, Assistant Editor March 22, 2021

For years, reports have been made on the negative effects of increasingly sedentary lifestyles. Long school days that only require a student to move around at class change four times a day may be dangerous...

SHOULD SPORTS CARRY ON? -- Senior Donovin Taylor dribbles the ball in a game against Boyd Buchanan.

Editorial: Should High School Sports Continue During the Pandemic?

Haroun Ghazi, Staff Writer March 9, 2021

Sports have been a big talking point over the past year. Many people wondered if they would continue at all for this school year. After all sports were halted almost a year ago, there were many doubts,...

BLACK HISTORY MONTH -- Madam C.J. Walker was one of the pioneering figures in black hair care.

The History Behind Black History Month

Mackenzie Farner, Staff Writer February 23, 2021

The annual recognition of black history started in 1926 as a week long celebration by Carter G. Woodson Ph.D. Later on, Woodson realized that there was very little offered in the education system about...

CENTRAL'S HOLIDAY CHEFS -- Holiday treats await to be the center of enjoyment.

A Look at Central’s Holiday Chefs

Blake Catlett, Editor December 15, 2020

The holidays are now upon us, and whether your holiday season features Christmas trees, dreidels, or Kwanzaa candles, one thing can unite us all during this season of giving: good food. Home-cooked...

HOW WILL THANKSGIVING LOOK THIS YEAR? -- Hamilton County Schools will be closed for the entire week of Thanksgiving, instead of the usual three-day break.

Editorial: Is Thanksgiving Going to be Different This Year?

Bailey Moore, Staff Writer November 18, 2020

For some people, Thanksgiving might look a little bit different this year because of COVID-19. Here is a look on how some teachers at Central feel about the upcoming holiday. Joseph Parrott teaches...

THE CASE OF ZOOM FATIGUE -- Science teacher Christina Cotreau teaching in-person students and at-home students through Zoom.

Editorial: Is Zoom Fatigue Real?

Kendra Jones, Staff Writer October 21, 2020

Due to COVID-19, many students have chosen to attend school online. For most, this is the first time they have had to regularly attend online meetings on platforms like Zoom. Like most things in life,...

UNCERTAINTY IS CERTAIN, SO KEEP LOOKING FORWARD -- Students in Mr. Fletcher's fourth period class scratch their heads in confusion.

Uncertainty is Certain, so Keep Looking Forward

Sarah Katheron Latham, Assistant Editor August 26, 2020

"I have confidence in sunshine.  I have confidence in rain.  I have confidence that spring will come again. And besides what you see, I have confidence in me," sings Maria in the Sound of Music during...

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