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Three of the paintings Wanzenried has completed.

Freshman paints to relieve stress

Jane McGill, Contributing Writer November 23, 2020

A cottage and an old oak tree on a lonely island floating in a pastel sky. A cacophony of stars against the backdrop of far flung space. A sunken mountain beneath a vast blue ocean. For freshman Quinn...

Two of the pillows Odol has sewn since March.

Freshman fights boredom by sewing

Madeline DeMare, Contributing Writer November 23, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has struck everyone around the United States with one common characteristic: boredom. Boredom especially hit for freshman Lerdong Odol when it came to this world wide pandemic....

New Tom Petty album is essential listening

New Tom Petty album is essential listening

Cecilia Zahm, Staff Writer November 20, 2020
“Wildflowers & All the Rest” fulfills Petty's original vision for his 1994 album.

Emily in Paris brings glimpse of travel in 2020

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer November 18, 2020

With the non-stop growing number of T.V. shows and movies to choose from on Netflix, it may become difficult to decide what to watch and find what you will actually enjoy. There are thousands of Netflix...

Netflix’s ‘Grand Army’ brings light to important issues in teenage culture

Olivia Gilbreath, Editor-in-Chief November 12, 2020

Released on Oct. 16 2020, Netflix’s new original series Grand Army is a must-watch. Grand Army is a high school drama set in Brooklyn, New York. A bombing takes place in the first episode, setting...

Central graduate starts literary resource to uplift BIPOC authors

Daisy Friedman, Editor in Chief November 11, 2020

Omaha Central graduate, Ashlynn Duval, is gearing up to start her new online bookstore, The Stove is Hot. The Stove is Hot is a literary resource that supports allies and BIPOC community members through...

Multimedia artist shares messages through video, art, music

Multimedia artist shares messages through video, art, music

Stauber is relentlessly prolific. Not only has he produced four albums in five years, but he also posts an animation, at least once a month on YouTube.
Comet Smith, Contributing Writer November 9, 2020
He is a diamond in the infinite mess of the internet, shining through with beautiful animation, gripping stories, and songs that will live in your head rent-free.
2019 Central graduate Desia Griffin models as a participant inthe

The Grassroots Initiative increasing BIPOC representation in the media

Olivia Gilbreath, Editor-in-Chief November 1, 2020

Desiuanna Griffin and Bria Gilmore are two 2019 Central graduates with a passion for strengthening the Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) community. After a discussion about Gilmore’s interest...

Quarantivities: Fagioli Soup

Olivia Gilbreath, Editor-in-Chief October 31, 2020

 Ingredients:   1 C kidney beans (I like to skip the beans)  ¼ C light olive oil  1 C chopped onions  1 julienne-cut carrots  1 celery rib with leaves  1 T garlic (roughly...

Formal Central student starts at home baking business

Formal Central student starts at home baking business

Ella Novak October 22, 2020

Over quarantine, 2019 Omaha South High School graduate Xitlaly Valdez decided that she would turn her longtime interest in baking into an at-home small business.     On Aug. 22 of this...

Drama department prepares for November virtual play

Ella Novak October 22, 2020

The pandemic has been the cause for many changes to the way that things have been done recently, and one of these things is Central’s fall play. This year, Central’s theater program will virtually...

What it was like traveling in a pandemic

Jaden Cheloha, Staff Writer October 20, 2020

My sister is immunocompromised. Basically, this means she’s a lot more susceptible to diseases and illnesses than the average person. So, when she decided she wanted to move to college now instead...

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