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Sep

African American Club Invites Students To Join

By Mervelline Aflata and Zarriah Harris

Are you in need of an extracurricular activity? Well, join the African American Culture Club! The club has been apart of Centennial for many years, but over the last few, the club’s recognition has slowly diminished. The club provides people with an insight into the African American culture, as well as involvement in the comminity. It’s not just a club for African Americans, anyone is welcomed to join. Read more »

19
Sep

Charger Swimmers Compete in Last Home Meet

September 18th was the last home game for the Centennial Swimming and Diving team.  The meet was dedicated to the team’s seniors.  One of those seniors, Chelsea Flessner, beat her record of five minutes in the 500 yard freestyle, coming in first place.  Despite winning, Flessner said that she feels nervous before a meet.  She has been swimming since she was a toddler and swimming competetively since she was eleven years old.  Flessner plans to swim in college and her favorite event is the 100 breaststroke.  Read more »

19
Sep

Recap: NFL Week 2

The second week of the NFL season started on Thursday September 9th, with the game was between the Chicago Bears @ the Green Bay Packers.  This game renewed their long storied rivalry meeting for the 185th time. The Packers won this game 23-10 after they forced the Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler to throw four interceptions and sacked him seven times. The Bears’ offense did not look like the one they had shown back in week one, proving they still have work to do to be a contender for the NFC championship. Read more »

19
Sep

Fiction Addiction: Lending Out Kindles

Last year, Centennial’s book club, Fiction Addiction, began to buy Amazon’s Kindles.  They are e-readers that can store hundreds or even thousands of books at once, and can be checked out to any of the club’s members.  This year, the group decided to open up the loaning out of the Kindles to the rest of Centennial so everyone would have a chance to read them. Read more »