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With new director, Concert Band competes at local festivals

Emma Whaley, Executive Editor

May 10, 2019

The concert band has recently been attending many festivals in the Omaha area. The attendance to some of these events are due, in part, to the new band director Evan Lee who was given the job this year after former director ...

Elijah interview

Lizbeth Hermosillo-Najar, staff writer

May 8, 2019

While in high school it is especially important for students to join programs or organizations that will help them further their knowledge and experiences for life after high school. One program that does this would be the Step-up...

Goetz, math teacher, retiring after 30 years

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019

Being a teacher means being able to touch the hearts and minds of many. Teachers at Central hold true to this statement, specifically Christine Goetz. Goetz has been teaching for a total of thirty-four years, nineteen at Central...

Legalization of Medical Marijuana in Nebraska

Pangaea Kaan, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

Nebraskan senators are currently working towards the legalization of medical marijuana throughout the state. After much hard work to legalize the medical use of the drug, senators Adam Morfeld and Anna Wishart are proposing a...

Road Show Preparation

Kayla M. Johnson, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

The theme for this year's Road Show was entitled “A Night at the Museum” which featured many different forms of musical talent. Acts in this year’s lineup included a quartet group, as well as all levels of students in the orch...

Aerobics teacher dedicates 20 years to teaching

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

At Central there are many teachers that have made lasting impacts on countless students’ years. Although one would not expect a PE teacher to have that same effect has a core subject teacher can. Ms. Studer, aerobics teacher,...

Author visits UNO, creates discussion on Islam and violence

Simret Habte, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

In the past few decades years, Islam has been portrayed as a religion that predisposes its believers to violence. This image has been fueled by use of the terms ‘islamic’ terrorism and others similar to it that encourage the general public ...

ACT Apporaching

Kween Alabi, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019

Juniors across the Omaha Public Schools District are preparing to take the ACT, the American College Test. Students are required to take this college entrance exam on April 2nd. In order to facilitate a testing atmosphere, only third year...

Who runs the world?

Who runs the world?

March 29, 2019

Documentary exploits racism, systemic injustice in North Omaha

Anne Gallagher, Executive Editor

March 26, 2019

Out of Omaha is a documentary that focuses on the lives of twin brothers Darcell and Darell Trotter. The film follows Darcell closely through his life in North Omaha and claims to focus on the systemic injustices of the city. The...

Some People Are Worth Freezing For- Omaha Polar Plunge

Molly Huibregtse, Staff Writer

March 23, 2019

On Saturday February 9th, dozens of fearless do –gooders and adrenaline junkies participated in Omaha’s 13th Annual Polar Plunge.  In past years this event took place at Lake Cunnigham, however an unfortunate infestation ...

Cold days

Olivia Gilbreath, Staff Writer

March 18, 2019

Winter in Omaha has carried midway through March, forcing OPS to use six snow days. Including Cheryl Logan, the OPS superintendent, a team of six people decides whether to call school off due to weather conditions. Snow days are ...

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