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Explaining procrastination

Explaining procrastination

Jaden Cheloha, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

There are always two versions of yourself. There’s your present self, which is yourself in the moment, and your future self, which is just your present self after some time has passed. Procrastination...

My ranking of the 2021 best picture nominees

My ranking of the 2021 best picture nominees

Jaden Cheloha, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

This past Sunday was the 93rd Academy Awards, and I was more invested in it than I ever had been. Unlike years past, I finally got into the headspace for watching Oscar-nominated movies, so personal...

Prom at Central average

Makenna Anderson, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

This year, prom looked very different from past events. Because of covid-19, dances were cancelled last year, and this year, schools enforced policies like mask-wearing and a reduction of guests allowed...

“Two” album cover

Band releases second album 30 years after their first

Grace Ridgley, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

On Feb. 21, Slammin’ Gladys released their second album titled, Two. The band was originally created in the late 80s and reunited to create their most recent project. Slammin’ Gladys consists of four...

Gorman heals America with moving poem

Livia Ziskey, Section Editor May 3, 2021

Amanda Gorman delivered a moving speech at the Biden presidential inauguration. Although she is just 23 years old, her advanced maturity and elegance are clearly present in the words she delivered to the...

Omaha born musician wins International Blues Challenge

Omaha born musician wins International Blues Challenge

Makenna Anderson, Staff Writer May 2, 2021

Guitarist Hector Anchondo is an up and coming blues artist born right here in Omaha, who successfully accomplished something most musicians wouldn’t dare try: a genre change.   Anchondo originally...

Lacrosse goalkeeper reflects on time spent playing

Makenna Anderson, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Lacrosse is picking up in the Midwest and has now become a sport sponsored by Central. Started around late 2018, female students have enjoyed “being a part of a welcoming and inclusive team,” according...

Lana Del Rey reveals authenticity with seventh album

Livia Ziskey, Section Editor April 29, 2021

Lana Del Rey released her seventh studio album on March 19, titled “Chemtrails over the Country Club.” This 11-track album is a slight genre switch from her 2019 album, “Norman F***ing Rockwell,”...

How I write my story without knowing the beginning

Daisy Friedman, Editor in Chief April 26, 2021

On the 4th floor of the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s pediatric ward, Daisy Friedman kept the nurses entertained. With her prominent Brooklyn accent, her failing liver and small intestine,...

Science teacher to retire after 37 years

Science teacher to retire after 37 years

Callan Maher, Staff writer April 25, 2021

Central is saying goodbye to Janis Elliot who is retiring after teaching for 37 years. She currently teaches Honors Biology to 9th and 10th graders, but she is ready to spend time with her...

Science teacher discusses struggles and adaptations during first two years

Science teacher discusses struggles and adaptations during first two years

Daniel Graham, Staff Writer April 23, 2021

Science teacher Alexis Madsen started as a new teacher two years ago. Since then, she has faced a lot of challenges, but through it all, she has tried to work hard for her students to improve as a teacher. After...

Operation Varsity Blues sheds light on college admission scandal

Sophia Sgourakis, Section Editor April 14, 2021

Operation Varsity Blues: the documentary that tackles the college admissions scandal through the casting and filming of wiretapped phone calls. And yet again, it is highlighted how the wealthy in America...

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