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The student news website of Omaha Central High School

The Register

Picture books with LGBTQ characters face censorship

Noemi Gilbert 1:05 pm

For many of us, children’s books were our first introduction to lives beyond our own. Children’s books introduce kids to diverse stories and teach kids about kindness, creativity and persistence....

Globalization, the fashion industry

Ella Levy, Staff Writer 11:39 am

  History of Globalization  The Western economy had been “global” since the sixteenth century. The history of the African slave trade, colonialism and the intercontinental trade in sugar...

Red (Taylor’s Version) brings new life to old songs

Alice Larson, Staff Writer 11:21 am
Infatuation, heartbreak, anger, reflection, and resolution are each elegantly examined produce a engaging story, that can only be described by one word Red.
The Lord of the Rings: reflecting on twenty years of cinematic excellence

The Lord of the Rings: reflecting on twenty years of cinematic excellence

Jaden Cheloha, Staff Writer December 6, 2021

To say Peter Jackson’s trilogy of films adapted from J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy epic was revolutionary might be one of the greatest understatements in modern history. It reinvented the way process of...

Local illustrator shares experience with publishing process

Local illustrator shares experience with publishing process

Livia Ziskey, Editor-in-Chief November 28, 2021

When an artist hatches an idea they want to share with the public, they must make the choice between self-publishing and traditional publishing. Local artist Bruce Arant has become familiar with the...

The thrills of The Silent Patient

The thrills of The Silent Patient

Callan Maher, Staff Writer November 17, 2021

Spoiler free review  The Silent Patient is a psychological thriller written in 2019 by British author Alex Michaelides. It tells the story of Alicia Benenson, who had a seemingly normal live until...

Former department chair discusses new Netflix show

Daniel Graham, Staff Writer November 17, 2021

Netflix debuted The Chair in August this year, a show about the English department at the fictional Pembroke University, which centers around Ji-Yoon Kim, the department’s first woman of color to serve...

Foreign Exchange Students

November 12, 2021

Central's foreign exchange students bring so much knowledge, experience and culture to the school from all around the world. Throughout the year, the Register Staff has interviewed some of these students...

Identical twins from Syria share their story

Claire Shafer, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

This past March marked ten years of Syria’s civil war, which has displaced 13.2 million Syrian citizens, creating an international refugee crisis. Of those displaced, 8,559 Syrians immigrated to America,...

The fatal flaws of Marvel’s Eternals

Jane McGill, Staff Writer November 8, 2021

If I were to attempt to summarize my feelings towards the entirety of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in just one word, that word would be “Meh”. A lot of the success that Marvel has experienced over...

Young Thug produces again

Conor Harley, Staff Writer November 4, 2021

Hit artist and songwriter Young Thug just dropped his second studio album on his new label, and with the new album came plenty to talk about.  Previous to Punk, Young Thug dropped Slime Language...

Reviewing a random movie from my Letterboxd watchlist: Issue #2

Reviewing a random movie from my Letterboxd watchlist: Issue #2

Jaden Cheloha, Staff Writer November 4, 2021

Did I watch this film because my English class was reading the script for the play version? Yes. Was it on my watchlist before I knew we were going to watchlist? Actually yes. But it wasn’t really a random movie...

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