Month: April 2015

Nepal Earthquake

Late last weekend a devastating earthquake that has killed over 4,600 people and left millions of people affected hit Nepal. Formally known as the Federal Democratic Republic Of Nepal located on the southern boarder of Asia, a once-thriving nation is now home to an abundance of grief. Like Kisnor Raj […]

Illinois Marathon 2015

On April 24th and 25th, Champaign-Urbana hosted the 2015 Illinois Marathon. The 5K was held on Friday and the 10K, half marathon, and full marathon were held on Saturday. This was the 6th year Champaign-Urbana hosted this event and it is a qualifier for the Boston Marathon.

Open Campus Lunch Should Be Extended to Sophomores

Sophomores should all receive open campus lunch. Study halls are mostly abused by students and very little studying is actually done. With the irrelevancy of a study hall to most, administration needs to reconsider granting open campus lunch to sophomores. Obviously, guidelines would still need to be set to ensure […]

Centennial Girls Soccer 2015

Centennial girls soccer team is is having a pretty good season; compared to last year they have improved tremendously. Only winning a couple of games last year, the Chargers had a tough season. The girls soccer team got a new coach, Jim Meisen. The girls record is 3-2-2, losing to […]

Day of Silence

Friday, April 17, was the Day of Silence nationwide. This is a very important day as people come together to show their support for LGBT rights and those people who […]

Dance Marathon 2k15

People are putting a lot on the line for Centennial’s 4th annual Dance Marathon. Unit 4 employees: Ed Wachala, Laura Plummer, and George Stanhope are shaving their head, or eyebrows. […]

Prom Dress Giveaway

Centennial Fashion Club has prom dresses to give away! ¬† Stop by Charles Weinberg’s room (227) to check out the selection of new and gently used formal dresses. ¬†Dresses are […]