Senior finds love of performing

Emma Whaley, Executive Editor

September 27, 2018

Filed under arts & style, features

Jesse White is a well-known name in the performing arts department. The senior participates in band (percussion), jazz band (bass), CHS Singers, a cappella, and drama productions. One might think that you can only pull off doing...

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September 26, 2018

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Angelina Baratta, staff photographer

September 7, 2018

Filed under arts & style, features, Humans of Central

“Volleyball for me, surprisingly enough, has always been a stress reliever even though that’s hard to believe when I'm biting my nails from anxiety due to tight points. I've always played volleyball, it’s always came before...

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Sophia Sidzyik

September 4, 2018

Filed under arts & style, features, Humans of Central

“My ambition to succeed comes from just like living up to the rest of my family. I feel like I should try to get on their level of work. My grandma was an immigrant and a hard worker, I want to be like her. My grandpa was a doctor. My whole fam...

New Lauritzen Gardens exhibit displays geometric flower art

Emma Whaley, Staff Writer

May 10, 2018

Filed under arts & style, features

The Lauritzen Gardens, while well known for its botanical collection, houses a range of art exhibits within the visitor center, conservatory and outdoor areas. The most well-known of these in recent days is the Metamorphosis exhibit,...

The top five energizing drinks

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

Filed under features

With the end of the year creeping up faster than one would expect, it is important to be on top of school work. Unfortunately, this means that not every night would provide us with a good night's sleep. This could lead to a lack...

Local artist paints with puzzle pieces

Kaitlyn Engel, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under arts & style, features

When Omaha comes up in conversation, it is rarely for the arts. Despite its lack of publicity, Omaha has spectacular artists that are rarely appreciated. One such artist is Dar Vande Voort. Vande Voort has worked as a painter...

Overseas profit, franchise fans reasons for constant movie remakes

Emma Whaley, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under arts & style, features

It seems to be a trend in the cinema these days.  From Jurassic Park to Star Wars, older movies are getting updates and new additions. Some might call this a lack of creativity on the writers' part. Still others may embrace these...

COMMTING TO A COLLEGE AS A JUNIOR

Lizbeth Hermosillo-Najar, staff writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under features

It's no secret that junior year is overwhelming with the ACT, maintaining good grades and looking into colleges, the whole process can be very difficult. Junior year is the most important year out of the four years so making the...

New teacher enjoys teaching English Language Learner students and science classes

Grace Turner, Staff Writer

February 25, 2018

Filed under features, news

After working as a teacher in other states and serving in the military for several years, science teacher Joyelle Anderson started working at Central. Anderson started at Central after winter break and is teaching physical science...

2018 to be a strong year for new films

Kaitlyn Engel, Staff Writer

February 23, 2018

Filed under arts & style, features, reviews

Last year, moviegoers were blessed with a range of spectacular movies, from stunning sequels to captivating dramas, with only a couple true flops. Luckily, the movies appearing in 2018 are set to dazzle audiences. Dramas Galore Like last year,...

Top 5 shows to binge watch on snow days

Emma Whaley, Staff Writer

February 23, 2018

Filed under arts & style, features

Brooklyn Nine-Nine -  This cop comedy can make the most bored teenager smile. The style of humor is such that it's nearly stupid in a way only comparable to Saturday Night Live. Following NYPD detective Jake Peralta (...

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