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Concert fanatic travels to see favorite bands, gets tattoos in their honor

Julian Hock-Beaty, Staff Writer

January 14, 2016

Most can agree that live concerts provide an exhilarating, carefree atmosphere. The rush of seeing a national artist can attract thousands to a single arena. Junior Nikole Gatzemeyer has made concert chasing her ultimate pass...

Senior receives Buffett scholarship, prepares for future in military, college

Juli Oberlander, Staff Writer

May 22, 2015

Like other seniors, Dani Jorgenson started the school year uncertain about her college plans. She knew she had a passion for the military, having participated in Central’s ROTC program since her freshman year. Initially...

Top student doesn’t allow class rank to define her

Julia Bielewicz, Staff Writer

April 22, 2015

Sophomore, Lucy Cordes, is ranked in the top ten out of her entire class. Many of her classmates would kill to be in her current position; but she admits that she gives it very little thought. Although Cordes takes on a difficult...

Mariachi band provides Junior with new social outlet

Micah Martin, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

Mariachi music belongs to a fast paced genre that sports a Latin twist. With special flares such as the traditional suit, called the charro, which can weigh anywhere from five to ten pounds because of its metal buttons. The clothing...

Former Special Education teacher fills new role, helps kids to get ready for future

Juli Oberlander, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

Multi-talented is one word that would describe Tom Reilly, Central’s newest counselor. Following the departure of Doug Stansberry earlier this school year, Room 130 was in need of a new college counselor. As Reilly was taking...

Computer technology teacher, anything but Common

Choteau Kammel, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

Brown is the sixth most common surname in the United States. However, Jodi Brown, computer technology teacher at Omaha Central High School, is anything but common. Brown’s father was a teacher and although she was born in North...

Head of security department, Fletcher enjoys protecting others

Trenay Newsome, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

Protecting students, staff and all visitors that roam the halls of Central High School is something Ben Fletcher, head of the security department, enjoys doing. He gives all pupils inside the walls of Central a sense of safety. He ...

Student moves to Ohio, then returns

Choteau Kammel, Staff Writer

December 2, 2014

Few students have been born in a state, moved, and then returned to where they were born. Even fewer are the oldest with four younger sisters. Malik Abdessalam, sophomore, however is part of both of these select groups. Born in Oma...

Three sports, three seasons never resting, always moving

Trenay Newsome, Staff Writer

December 2, 2014

Demetrice Marable, senior, plays a sport for every season he is in school. This includes football, basketball and baseball. He plans to play football and baseball in college because they would even out. If he decided to play...

A double life

Micah Martin, Staff Wrtier

October 23, 2014

Joe Mickeliunas has been teaching social studies at Central for six years, but long before he started teaching he started making music. "It's cool…with most teachers you don't think about their other lives, and you especially...

Senior works to create own style in his art

Maya Durfee O'Brien, Web Editor

October 23, 2014

Steven Kirchmann, a senior, has been interested in art since he was very young. He started doing art when he was in first grade and ever since it’s been a big part of his life. “I started out when I was in first grade....

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