Teacher, Tracy Rumbaugh, has been teaching AP biology the longest in OPS

Grace Turner, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

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Tracy Rumbaugh, AP biology and honors biology teacher, is the currently the teacher who has taught AP Biology for the longest time in the Omaha Public Schools district. Even though she has only been a teacher at Central for five,...

Math Competition

Jackson Godiwn, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

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Math Competition  Every person has a subject in school that they enjoy more than the rest. For some that subject is math and for those who are interested in math are able to partake in the math club at Central High. Many of th...

Triathlete

Lizbeth Hermosillo-Najar, Staff writer

December 20, 2017

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Between being at school for seven hours and having to study countless hours is a lot for any teenager. Staying another four sweat-stained hours after school and having a normal teenage social life it can become quite difficult....

School spririt lacks due to football team’s successes

Anne Gallagher, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

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Over the years, the football team has varied in their successes. They have gone from making it to state in 2015 to losing every game in their 2017 season. This fluctuation has caused the student section to waiver as well. Although...

Central Students Intern, Work Towards Future

Molly Ashford, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

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Five teenagers sit around a table in a small office in a Dundee home, two others in a neighboring room. While the larger group of first-year interns research survey methods, the research advisors work on coding past responses....

Net Neutrality will soon affect daily life in schools, at home, at work

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

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It impacts our daily lives, but until recent weeks the majority of people worldwide have had no clue that it exists. But now it is being jeopardized, and it may have a huge impact on the one thing we take for granted: the internet....

Changes in leadership cause anticipated swim season

Anne Gallagher, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

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Although there is a lot of new talent splashing into the pool this year, it can't hide the fact that an abundance of skilled seniors graduated last year and left the swim team with a fraction of its former talent. The new school...

Powerlifting lifestyle; cause for altered diet

Anne Gallagher, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

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As a powerlifter, being lifted into the right weight class determines how well you will do and who you compete against. Each person is put into a weight category that covers a range of around 10 pounds. Some athletes alter their...

Student does not allow past to define her

Simret Habte, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017

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Nae Mae, a junior at central High School, has lived a life not many can relate to. She was born in a refugee camp in Thailand. Her parents and siblings were forced to flee their home in the Kayah state of Myanmar. At the age of...

New push for stricter tardy policy generated positive results

Sydney Prescott, Staff Writer

December 12, 2017

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“No Tardy November” was a reminder to students that students who choose not to attend class run the risk of being sent home if they refuse to attend class or cooperate with staff members,” says Dr. Edward Bennett, the principal...

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