After the fifth road loss of the season, the Illini fell to 13-10 overall and 3-7 in conference play. In the five road games Illinois has played, they have lost by 23, 16, 25, nine, and four, respectively. Continue reading Illinois Basketball: Are John Groce’s Days Numbered?
Our latest broadcast features a few of Centennial’s artists and the Charger Girls Basketball team’s victory over Central.
Joseph Kabila the president of DRC has been in power over 15 years.
Centennial will be having a haunted house, put on by the Interact Club, on October 28th, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Centennial’s gym.
The Centinal interviewed Centnnial senior, Kaylee Bryan, about the new organization Rattle the Stars. Rattle the Stars is a new organization to Centennial High School, that is bringing awareness to mental illnesses. 71% of people attempt suicide with one hour of deciding, and RTS wants to change that!
The Centinal sat down with the counselors and students to speak about the serious topic that is bullying. We firstly spoke to two of their finest counselors, Aaron Chun and Jiwon Lee, who addressed the seriousness of bullying in the school.
Mashal Eikram is a senior at Centennial this year, she is involved in a variety of extracurricular activities. Continue reading Charger of the Week: Mashal Eikram
If you’re looking for a show that you could sit down on a Friday night and watch till the waking hours of Monday. Then you should check out these addictive shows revolving around the supernatural and the seemingly impossible.
The Centinal sat down with Mr. Chun, the college and career advisor here at Centennial, in order to find out what is most important to consider when filling out a college application. Continue reading What To Know Before Filling Out a College Application: Mr. Chun
Throughout the past few months, Centennial’s English as a Second Language class has been learning about the American holiday of Thanksgiving. Thier teacher, Susan Feldman, wanted to teach about the holiday for some time before going to the Unit 4 school district’s director of English Second Language about a possible unit and meal for the class. Continue reading ESL Students Enjoy Thanksgiving Feast