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Life as a parent with an immunocompromised child during a global pandemic

Elena Correa, Staff Writer

September 19, 2020

Joseph Mickeliunas is a well-known AP World History and IB History teacher. He is also the parent of a severely immunocompromised child. “I’ve got a four-year-old son who has two rare diseases,” Mickeliunas said. “He’s...

Art teacher adjusts to virtual education

Livia Ziskey, Co-Editor

September 18, 2020

Transitioning to online learning has been a challenge for all members of OPS this year. The 2020-2021 school year is unlike any other, and students are still getting used to education at home. Teachers are also still figuring...

Entertainment podcast by Central senior

Livia Ziskey, Staff Writer

March 30, 2020

  Senior Bethy Hernandez has expressed her opinions in an innovative way this school year. She runs a podcast with her cousin, Sophia Ridder, who is a journalism major attending UNO. Their podcast, “Watchable,” is centered ...

Eli Kopp Cellist

Eli Kopp Cellist

January 30, 2020

Emilio Haynes Star Wrestler

Dillon Galloway, Staff Writer

December 16, 2019

Senior wrestler Emilio Haynes is taking on his last season. He has achieved 114 wins during his four years at Central. Almost equally important, he has only taken 12 losses. Haynes plans on maintaining a weight of 120 this year....

Coneflower employee happy with work

Olivia Gilbreath, Executive Editor

November 20, 2019

Coneflower creamery is an ice cream shop in Omaha’s Blackstone district. Brian Langbehn and Katie Arant are the owners of Coneflower and they are passionate about making ice cream. Quinn Findley, a scooper at the creamery di...

Central’s ‘Duct Tape’

Stella Ehrhart, Staff Writer

October 18, 2019

‘Duct Tape,’ Central’s literary magazine, is upping its publicity which has many Central students excited.   Duct Tape is a student lead publication. The four honors writers who run the publication are seniors Claudia Richwine, sophomores...

Punk stabs back

Punk stabs back

October 15, 2019

Scooters make landfall in Omaha

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

While cruising through downtown Omaha, people are offered a wide range of choices when it comes to transportation. People can drive, walk, ride bicycles, and even take the city bus to wherever they need to go. However, there is o...

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