Throne of Glass

Rozlyn Olson, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018


Filed under reviews, Uncategorized

From a world of fantasy, adventure, romance, assassins, royalty, and mystery, first conceived in the mind of 16-year-old Sarah J. Maas, comes the internationally acclaimed Throne of Glass series. The story follows the 18-year-old assassin, Celaena Sardothian, who, at the beginning of the book, is found...

Aye Moe

Aye Moe

Sophia Sidzyik, Photographer

September 26, 2018


Filed under arts & style, features, Humans of Central

  "It was my dad who had the idea of coming to the U.S. and plus I think it was the social conflicts in Myanmar. We went to Thailand because the immigration program was there, and then we stayed in a camp for two years, which you might think was super long but in actuality was super short. We...

Return of the Color Guard

Molly Huibregtse, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018


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The mighty eagles marching Band becomes mightier this year, as they reinstated the Color Guard. It may come as news to many students that Central did indeed have a color guard before not too long ago. According to Courtney Rhoten, Central Alum class of 2016, the color guard was put on hold in May of...

Omaha Teenage Artist Makes a Name For Herself

Simon Bullerdick, staff writer

September 25, 2018


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Mary Ruth, now a senior at brownell Talbot, started her music career at just the age of 12. Starting with piano, then later learning guitar, she started performing in front of her middle school and open mics. As she began to write her own material, she drew heavy inspiration watching her six, much older...

The Voidz draw atention with new album

Simon Bullerdick, staff writer

September 25, 2018


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The Strokes front man, Julian Casablancas nails it again with the release of the second full-length album, “Virtue” by the Voidz produced by Shawn Everett. The last time we received anything from this experimental rock group was back in 2014, when they where known as Julian Casablancas and the Voidz,...

Kaya Koraleski

Alexis Blankenfeld, Staff Photographer

September 19, 2018


Filed under arts & style, Humans of Central

My name is Kaya Koraleski, I am 16 years old and a junior at Central. In the mornings I am at the Zoo Academy working with animals and studying conservation outside of school. I am hosting at the Blackstone Meatball, working on art, babysitting, and listening to music. I Mostly work with watercolors...

Greta Bullerdick

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 any other sport I've played and its always been my sport. It’s hard to...

Piper Demman

Alexis Blankenfeld, Staff Photographer

September 4, 2018


Filed under Humans of Central

I have been playing Softball for as long as I remember. I started just by playing on a recreational team for memorial when I was 7 or 8 years old. When I was about 11 years old I wanted to play more competitively so I joined a select team. This is when I really began to love Softball, I love the team...

Sumayyah Rab

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 family is teachers and doctors. It is a high standard I want to meet...

Finding her voice: freshman songwriter’s music reaches beyond Omaha

Olivia Gilbreath, Staff Writer

September 3, 2018


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Omaha cannot get enough of the young singer/songwriter Grace Titus. The R&B, acoustic- loving and authentic-style artist enjoys sharing her talents with her audiences. She has performed around the city at different bars, restaurants, and events that are brought to life by a little music. After singing...

Ray’s Wings

Malcolm Durfee O'Brien

May 17, 2018


Filed under arts & style, reviews

Ray's Original Wings resides in Midtown Crossing, its third location. When walking into Ray's, one is faced with the stereotypical look of a sports bar, dark and covered with televisions showing a whole range of sports channels. The atmosphere is a bit more relaxed than the intensity of a sports bar,...

Top Five Summer Reads

Sydney Prescott, Staff Writer

May 10, 2018


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The Sun is also a Star by Nicola Yoon Meet Natasha, a Jamaican immigrant who loves science, and Daniel, and Korean-American who loves poetry. This story takes place during only one day, when Natasha tries to prevent being deported and Daniel is going to a college interview for a school he doesn’...

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