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UNMC Ice Rink Review

Alice Larson, Copy Editor February 15, 2023

Quaint, quiet, quality. Ice skating at the UNMC ice rink feels similar to a fairytale. The small rink is secluded within UNMC’s Leavenworth campus and offers the perfect refuge from often middle schooler...

Moyan Iceplex Review

Anja Kovacevic, Staff Writer February 15, 2023

The Moylan Iceplex is an ice-skating rink that is a good option for students living closer to West Omaha. The entrance costs $9.95 for people over 12 years old and $7.95 for those younger. Two rinks are...

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‘Glass Onion’ is a disappointing mess

Claire Nipper, Staff Writer February 14, 2023

“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” is a feeble attempt to follow the triumph that was 2019’s “Knives Out.” Rian Johnson, director of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and “Looper,” directed...

Photo Courtesy of Neil Krug

The best albums of 2022

Bobby Winton, Staff Writer February 13, 2023

2022 was a year of major music releases, with many top artists releasing long awaited albums. As a central student who is heavily involved in music both inside and outside of school, music tends to run...

Construction on the Joslyn Art Museum sparks excitement among Central students and staff

Millie Jackson, Contributing Writer February 11, 2023

Set to reopen in 2024, the Joslyn Art Museum has is undergoing major construction, adding many new components that students and staff are excited to visit. Named for Rhonda and Howard Hawks of the Hawks...

BookTok at Central

Grace Sunseri, Contributing Writer February 7, 2023

Almost a year ago, Lucy Puls decided to buy the book “It Ends With Us” because she had seen it all over TikTok. She had never liked reading, but since so many people were talking about it, she decided...

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The best movies of 2022

Jane McGill , Section Editor February 6, 2023

The Movies are dead. I want to be perfectly clear about the intended meaning of this pronouncement. By “The Movies,” I am not referring the medium of film, a continuously evolving and proliferating...

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Do artists owe us new music?

Charlie Yale, Section Editor February 6, 2023

I was lucky enough to see Virginian singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus in concert in New Haven, Connecticut at the end of September. This show was a part of Dacus’s last tour of her 2021 album, “Home Video.”...

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The politics of Taylor Swift

Jane McGill and Giuliana Weber December 15, 2022

After achieving a level of fame, success, and cultural ubiquity most artists can only dream of, on Feb. 15, 2015, Taylor Swift reached the mountaintop. On that night, she received the Grammy Award for...

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The twists and turns of ‘Barbarian’

Claire Nipper, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

2022 has been one of the greatest years for fans of horror films since the start of the genre. With the release of “Nope,” “X,” “The Black Phone” film connoisseurs have been flocking to theaters...

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‘Funny Pages’ is a bracingly complex coming of age comedy

Claire Nipper, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

Coming of age is the my favorite genre of film. Whether it be nostalgic fun among friends such as in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, or the inspirational tragedy portrayed in Dead Poets Society, the coming...

Key Lime Pie Review

Jane McGill, Section Editor December 8, 2022

Once in a while, you have the great fortune of coming across a dessert that perfectly balances sweetness and tartness in a manner which is not only enjoyable, but indeed, scrump. I must confess that I...

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