Student of the Week: Gulnaza Khalmanbetova

A junior here at Centennial, Gulnaza Khalmanbetova, is an all around fantastic person. She is talented, smart, confident and outgoing. She is a foreign exchange student from Kyrgyzstan, from the  HSSE-flex World Heritage Program.  Khalmanbetova was chosen for the program based off of leadership skills, essays, grade point average and various tests. She is definitely a great addition as well as someone to know here at Centennial. Continue reading Student of the Week: Gulnaza Khalmanbetova

Black Writers Read-In 2013

Centennial students gathered in the library to hear works by black authors. Participants chose a song or poem that had meaning to them or their culture to read to the audience. The event was emceed by senior Reo Willams.  African-American Culture Club President Mervelline Aflata said, “This was my first time actually reading in the read in and I had a wonderful experience. After the event, I had people coming up to me, telling me that this was the best read in they have experienced. I strongly encourage people to get involved with the event and I hope the tradition stays alive for years to come.” Continue reading Black Writers Read-In 2013

Super Bowl XLVII Recap

On Sunday February 3rd, 2013, the final game of the NFL season was played: the Super Bowl XLVII. The game was held at the Mercedes -Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The game was between the AFC Champions, the Baltimore Ravens against the NFC champions, the San Francisco 49ers. The Ravens are looking for their second Super Bowl title and the ‘Niners are looking for their sixth Super Bowl title. This game also marks the first time that two head coaches, who are also brothers, face off against each other. Continue reading Super Bowl XLVII Recap