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My quarantine takeout go-to’s

Being sick and having to quarantine in my room, my family has been buying me takeout for most of my meals. Over these past couple of days I eaten from some very delicious restaurants, and wanted to share my favorite places I’ve eaten food from.
Shyla Youngs, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

Being sick and having to quarantine in my room, my family has been buying me takeout for most of my meals. Over these past couple of days I eaten from some very delicious restaurants, and wanted to share...

WandaVision surpasses expectations

WandaVision review
Ella Novak, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

In Marvel’s 2021 show WandaVision, Marvel universe characters Wanda Maximoff and Vision live are living in a seemingly perfect 1950s suburban neighborhood until they both start to realize something...

Netflix releases new show, “Ginny and Georgia”

Grace Ridgley, Staff Writer March 5, 2021

Netflix came out with a new television show titled Ginny and Georgia on Feb. 24 of this year. The show is ten episodes long and stars Antonia Gentry as Ginny and Brianne Howe as Georgia. The characters...

Central is switching to a block schedule next year-What’s going to be different?

Jaden Cheloha, Staff Writer March 5, 2021

For the 2021-2022 school year, Central is switching from their standard nine-period to a new style of block scheduling. The TAC building hasn’t released many details on how the new schedule will...

South Sudanese athlete focuses on track, bettering her future

South Sudanese athlete focuses on track, bettering her future

Grace Oreste, Contributing Writer March 5, 2021

"Breathing. That is my main focus. My arms and my legs in front of me while, the finish line is straight ahead. I hear people cheering, my strength is restored. It is all coming back to me, the...

Central High graduate starts food truck

Central High graduate starts food truck

Grace Ridgley , Staff Writer March 5, 2021

2020 may have been a rough year, but that did not stop the Omaha community from taking strides to reach their goals. For example, one Central High graduate started his very own food truck this past year. Despite...

Indie musician’s first album unique, witty

Livia Ziskey, Section Editor March 2, 2021

Young artists are taking over the indie music scene and creating a new community of singers and songwriters. This altered niche includes 21-year-old Claud, a bedroom pop musician from Chicago. Claud is...

Powerlifting freshman shows promise, breaks two records during first practice

Powerlifting freshman shows promise, breaks two records during first practice

Ann Carlson, Contributing Writer February 26, 2021

Freshman Ke’Ijha Hadley is breaking records left and right in her first year of powerlifting. Hadley has broken both the squat and deadlift record in just her first few months of joining the...

Despite no senior season, softball player made 'countless' memories

Despite no senior season, softball player made ‘countless’ memories

Benjamin Jezewski, Contributing Writer February 25, 2021

Unfortunately for Central softball players, the season was cancelled due to Omaha Public School's Covid-19 concerns however, one individual got a chance to reflect on her high school career of softball...

Sophomore balances time between lifeguarding, swim team, school

Sophomore balances time between lifeguarding, swim team, school

Lea Langer, Contributing Writer February 22, 2021

Sophomore Gia Stang juggles both working as a lifeguard and swimming for the varsity swim team. She has been swimming since she was a kid but only recently started swimming competitively, when she made...

Teenager relieves stress with equestrian sports

Teenager relieves stress with equestrian sports

Ailah Dorner, Contributing Writer February 19, 2021

“When I was younger I used to think horses were really cool, because I had a friends that rode,” Cecilia Knobbe, equestrian of 9 years, said. “And so my dad sent me to a horse camp to see what it’s...

Camille Duryea transferred to Central her senior year from Marion.

Transfer student finds new home on girls basketball team

Sam Joyce, Contributing Writer February 18, 2021

She saw all her friends and old her coaches in her old gymnasium, she had not been there in a while, and it was the first time she had played against them. The teams were both competitive, and it was a...

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