By: Abrar Al-Heeti
It is that time of year again: student teachers are beginning to take over at Centennial. Undergraduate college students who plan on becoming future educators have come here to expand their knowledge of teaching in the best way possible: by experiencing it first-hand. As History student teacher Joe Martinez says, “There’s nothing like being in the classroom.” Ryan Tripicchio, who was a History student teacher last semester, says that he gained, “A much better understanding of how school works,” from the experience, and that it was a, “good time to really understand the perspective of being a teacher.” Read more
By: Megan Wolter
There have been a lot of rumors surrounding the building and release of the much anticipated iPad 3, but what is the truth and what is just rumor?
The first generation iPad was an amazing leap in technology, and when the iPad 2 came out, it didn’t disappoint. So will the iPad 3 live up to the hype? The answer is maybe. On paper, the iPad 3 can look great—it is rumored to be faster, have a better design, longer battery life, and better cameras. The true test will be when it is released and the consumers can start using it and see what they do and don’t like about it. Read more
By: Omar Sharif
A driver’s license is one of the biggest status symbols Centennial High School students. It makes them feel more independent than ever before. Learning to drive is a huge passage rite for teenagers and their families. Although it is a time of great excitement, it is also a time of grave risk.
Teens that are between the ages of 15-24 have the highest risk of deaths associated to auto-mobile accidents. Even though they may be young, smart, and highly skilled, they are still the most accounted for among deaths in accidents. Read more