Movie theatres all across the globe recently saw the release of Jonathan Levine’s adaptation of Isaac Marion’s zombie romance novel Warm Bodies, much known as a Night of the Living Dead take on Romeo and Juliet. I initially sauntered into the showing of Warm Bodies with no significant expectations, mainly […]
Have you been looking for another good TV show to watch? Check out Canada’s Heartland. It follows Amy Flemming as she struggles with losing her mom and continuing her work when it comes to helping horses. As she works to piece her life back together, her sister, Lou, comes back […]
David Jin proves himself to be a remarkable individual, which is apparent in his outstanding grades, impressive swim record, and fantastic personality. A junior here at Centennial, he is already on the varsity swim team and involved in both Mu Alpha Theta and National Honor Society. For all these reasons, […]
After nearly a seven-year hiatus, Justin Timberlake is back with his third studio album called 20/20 Experience. With his first two singles off the album “Suit & Tie” and “Mirrors” being a hit, people anticipated the long-awaited return of Justin Timberlake to music. The album contains twelve tracks.
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Students and teachers at Centennial got the opportunity to listen to different teachers and students talking about ways to give back to the community. We got the opportunity to listen […]
In all of Centennial’s Spanish III classes, students and teachers have been collectively coming up with ideas in the hope for completing a social action project. The project is completely non-profit and would have the students volunteer so it is by no means required for those who may have plans […]
Bea Nettles is a book artist who came to Centennial to set up a workshop for several of Stacey Gross’s art/photography classes. She taught the students how to create their own books out of old maps, ribbon, and other every day items. She got almost all of her materials from […]
Is it legal to build medieval war weapons? YES! Jill McLean’s AP Physics classes designed and built model trebuchets, which are catapults designed to launch objects. On Monday, March 11th, the classes were outside doing their trials for their trebuchets.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes has typically been a group of students who meet every Friday morning at 7:30 a.m. in the auditorium. The focus of the huddle is to bring sports and faith together. For the entire month of March, FCA is trying something new. They are still holding […]