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Rollin’ down Route 103

Rollin’ down Route 103

February 22, 2017
Filed under arts & style, Showcase

View photos from the 103rd Annual Roadshow featuring an impressive showcase of student talent and dedication.

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A night at the improv

A night at the improv

Choteau Kammel, editor-in-chief
February 21, 2017
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Throughout the academic year, Central drama students have the opportunity to perform musicals, plays, skits and attend various performances as well as become inducted into the International Thespian Society.

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“Fences,” a relatable, heart-warming film

“Fences,” a relatable, heart-warming film

Vasili Sgourakis, staff writer
February 21, 2017
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Based on a play beginning in the 1980’s, “Fences” features Denzel Washington and Viola Davis. Both won Tony's for their portrayals in the Broadway revival in 2010. The film is based on August Wilson, a black former baseball player who is portrayed by Washington with screen name Troy alongside his...

From elementary to high school, security guard forms relationships at work

KayLee Walling, staff writer
December 15, 2016
Filed under arts & style, features

Lily Gilliland Central alumni Orlando Clayton recently joined the school's security team in October after being a security guard at Oak Valley Elementary. Clayton has been working as a security officer at multiple schools in OPS and other areas for the past 24 years, and is happy to be working at Central becaus...

For the record

Anna Kaminski, executive editor
November 15, 2016
Filed under arts & style

Located in the Blackstone District, the Hi-Fi House is a strictly musical library for the purpose of a broader education of various genres, artists and mediums. “Hi-Fi House is a social listening library where people gather to share their love of music,” said founder Kate Dussault. Omaha’s Hi-Fi...

Makeup evolves past looks, develops sense of self-expression

Makeup evolves past looks, develops sense of self-expression

Hayley Raney, staff writer
October 12, 2016
Filed under arts & style, Showcase

Kendyl Clayton and Mayra Santos, juniors, are two makeup gurus. Both say makeup is a way of expressing one. Santos has been using makeup since the eighth grade and became fascinated with makeup from Youtube, while watching makeup artists like NIKKIETUTORIALS and Carli Bybel. Santos said it took her for...

Solange sets herself apart with new album

Simone Davis, staff writer
October 11, 2016
Filed under arts & style, reviews

Solange Knowles’ third album “A Seat at the Table” is a piece of art. While her previous albums, “Solo Star” and “Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams” were mediocre at best, this most recent album demonstrates Knowles’ ability to combine her melodic voice, R&B and Indie beats and...

A father’s love

A father’s love

Choteau Kammel, editor-in-chief
October 10, 2016
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Amongst the many relationships formed in one’s life, often times one of the strongest bonds formed in life is that of parents and their children. Social studies teacher Joe Mickeliunas’s son Elliott was born this past summer on June 4th and several months later he was diagnosed with Severe Hemophilia A, meaning his blood lacks the proteins necessary for blood clotting. Mickeliunas said that he and his wife Jenny of the last nine years said it was quite a shock at first upon this revelation, but that they soon moved past it, working to provide Elliott with all he needs to live and safe and joyful life, including by getting involved in Hemophilia research and fund raising.

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Stranger Things perfectly captures tone of 80s sci-fi flicks

Stranger Things perfectly captures tone of 80s sci-fi flicks

Julian Hock-Beaty, staff writer
October 10, 2016
Filed under reviews, Showcase

The 1980s was a booming time period for movies. Many cult classics come from this era, be it the laughable flops, or the truly awe-inspiring masterpieces that are still relevant today. Netflix recently released a nostalgic thriller-mystery titled “Stranger Things”, incorporating the best elements...

‘Suicide Squad’ pleases fans, better than most

‘Suicide Squad’ pleases fans, better than most

Miles Kay, staff writer
October 6, 2016
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Following the disappointing debut of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, audiences worried that Warner Bros. third entry into the DC canon, Suicide Squad, might fall short of expectations. But, by bombarding the world with an expansive advertising campaign focusing on the movie's humor and unique ensemble, Warner Bros. kept audience excitement high.

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A Talented DepARTment

Alec Rome, staff writer
October 6, 2016
Filed under arts & style, features

Lily Gilliland SENIOR OLIVIA LARSON Children have interesting ways in which they delve into art. Senior Olivia Larson’s interest in art started just a little differently than most. Her parents tell the notorious story of when she was four and her father had asked her, “Do you want to be an artist when you grow up?” Naturally, in her sassy persona s...

Librarian benefits from OPS additions, accepts Central position

Georgia Chambers, editor-in-chief
October 6, 2016
Filed under arts & style, features

There is a new face at Central, more specifically a new face to the second floor two side. Colleen Nieland is the new librarian now working alongside Beth Eilers.

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