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 […]
The topic of open lunch sends underclassmen into a raging fit whenever it’s brought up. The real question is, who should be able to take advantage of it?
Sixty four students and staff members were asked out of the nominees for best picture “Which one did they think deserved the Oscar?” We tallied their answers and have compiled them into a table.
Trick or treating is done by many on Halloween night. An old tradition passed down through the generations, but I ask you this how old is too old to trick or treat? Well here’s what some Centennial students had to say on the matter “I think once people hit a […]
In the world of literature, apocalyptic dystopia is no walk in the park for anyone involved; but in the future world of Divergent, it’s particularly harsh on teens. “Divergent” is the latest in a string of young adult books to produce a movie franchise. At the heart of Veronica Roth’s […]
This article was written with Vanessa Jones. In today’s age, almost everyone has a smartphone or access to the Internet. This article focuses on high schoolers, and whether or not being connected to the Internet has begun to control their lives.
Holidays lie. In all the books, commercials and movies, the holidays are depicted very idealistically. Holidays are always presented as perfect, once-in-a-lifetime, magical moments—whether it be the type with the perfect family of four who eat cookies and never stop grinning (even in their sleep), and whose biggest dilemma is […]
With the early application deadline November 1 coming up shortly, seniors applying to colleges are becoming more frantic as the date draws nearer. Ensuring ACT or SAT scores are turned in on time, getting transcripts sent to respective colleges, and adding final touches to application essays, these last few days […]
This article was written with Kumar Bhowmik. Physical education used to be the class everybody loved. Starting this school year, that all changed. From the dress code to the activities and the free days, PE has seen a drastic change all around the board.
In nearly my four years at Centennial High School it has always confused me why the Band section and the Student section are on opposite sides of the stadium during […]