The final game of the 2013-2014 NFL season takes place on February 2nd with Super Bowl XLVIII. The AFC champions Denver Broncos take on the NFC champions Seattle Seahawks. This game takes place in the New York/ New Jersey area at Metlife Stadium which is an outdoor stadium. So there is a chance that this Super Bowl could break the record for coldest Super Bowl ever which was set at Super Bowl VI at 39 degrees Fahrenheit. The forecast calls for 26 degrees Fahrenheit. Both teams play in cold weather so it should not affect them very much. The game is being broadcasted by Fox Sports with kickoff scheduled at 5:30 PM CST and the halftime show is Bruno Mars with guest the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Continue reading Super Bowl XLVIII Preview
As of January 1st, 2014 there have been 14 new laws added to the state of Illinois. Listed below are the new laws that are now in action. Continue reading New Laws Enforced in Illinois
In this episode of The Centinal, Chieli and Leon talk about the Grammys, Olympics, and new laws. Continue reading The Centinal Podcast Episode 17: Grammys, Olympics, and New Laws
For most people, it is hard to imagine life without a certain beloved television show. From hilarious, smart comedies like Community to heart-warming, underrated dramas like Parenthood, viewers have an infinite number of options to choose from when looking for the perfect show to binge watch on a Friday night. One watches two or three episodes, and then the inevitable happens: He or she gets attached. Continue reading The Bewitching Power of Television: TV Shows Can Entertain, Inspire, and Bring People Together
A new year means a new start for many people, and new years resolutions are the perfect way to start off the year on the right foot. These inspiring resolutions have created an overload of gym memberships, and a shortage of health foods at the local grocery store. This ‘get fit’ mentality is not the only resolution we have come across. Improvements in the classroom and social lives have popped up many times when students were asked about their resolutions, and those were not the only ones. When students at Centennial were asked what their resolutions were, they said…
Ever since the school year of 2011-2012, Centennial students have had the opportunity to share their creative writing with peers and teachers in a safe and welcoming environment. Run by the school’s Creative Writing Club and sponsored by Centennial English teacher Lindsay Green, Old Sport Literary Magazine has published work from more than twenty-five of Centennial’s budding writers in three extensive issues. This week marks the release of the first issue of the year, which is the magazine’s fourth.
Ever find yourself with extra jeans taking up room in your closet? Then what better way to find use for them than to donate them to others in need?! Centennial senior Olivia Knox has started a charity campaign called “Teens for Jeans” to collect jeans that will be donated to struggling youth in our community. Anyone can donate unwanted jeans of any style and size to help the teens in our area; it’s as easy as that! There is a drop box located right here at Centennial in the main office, and another located at downtown’s Cream & Flutter. Continue reading Teens for Jeans Project Helps Teens in Need
In this episode of The Centinal, BJ and Leon talk about Frozen, Spectrum in review, and the cold weather. Continue reading The Centinal Podcast Episode 16: Cold Podcast
This article was written with Kelly Braghini.
Dance Moms follows Abby Lee Miller and her junior elite competition dance team and their moms. The moms are more competitive than their daughters and want to be successful no matter what.
Spectrum, Centennial high school’s annual talent show, was Thursday, Friday, and Saturday last week January 16th, 17th, and 18th. The show started at 7 and ended around 9. Spectrum had a variety of talents including singing, dancing, spoken word poems, funny skits, and different musical instruments.