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Transplant: Mind, Body, Place

Daisy Friedman, Design Editor

October 8, 2019

There seems to be a moment in every person’s life in which something shifts in such a dramatic way it will change their lives forever. Some people’s moments come when they declare a major in college, or some come from their...

Banned Books Week helps bring awareness to censorship in books

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

The week of Sept. 22-28 may have been homecoming week, but there was also another event going on during this time. Every year, the American Library Association sponsors Banned Books Week, which dedicates one week in September...

Halloween become too commercialized

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

October 6, 2019

Every year when October rolls around, all minds drift to the thought of Halloween. Even in the month of September, and in some cases, August, stores already have a Halloween festive section filled with candy corn and pumpkins....

Diets contribute to climate change, here’s why

Elena Correa, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

Climate change has become a frequently discussed topic around the world. World leaders, scientists, nutritionists and citizens have all asked the same question: how can we combat climate change? While there are many answers t...

The new OPS AP Rules are exclusionary

Simret Habte, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

Omaha Central High partners with a couple different universities in the Omaha area to dual enroll most of its Advance Placement classes so that students at Central can accumulate college credit while still in high school. In previous...

Antonio Brown

Dillon Galloway, Staff Writer and Photographer

October 1, 2019

here has been a lot of controversy around National Football League player Antonio Brown this past month. After being traded to the Oakland Raiders for $50 million dollars he misses practice, complains about the team’s helmet ...

Central’s easiest disease

Jane Gawecki, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

Measles is a viral infection that is serious for children but is easily preventable by a vaccine; the disease spreads through the air by respiratory droplets produced by coughing or sneezing. The definition may seem daunting...

Stop catcalling

Makenna Anderson, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

There’s a growing problem in the world: street harassment. Sixty-five percent of 2,000 women nationwide said they had been harassed on the street in a Stop Street Harassment survey taken in 2014. This includes catcalling, something that is ...

Hopeful Huskers

Ari Saltzman, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

119 yards in penalties, four turnovers, questionable officiating, on the road as a double-digit favorite. That sounds like a recipe for disaster, and it sounds like a crushing season-ending loss in the Mike Riley, Bo Pelini or B...

How to stay off trend

Jane Gawecki, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

Browsing through the internet as a fashion-lover can pose far too many risks and underlying baits. By using cookies, websites and apps can lead an unsuspecting user into a trap, formally known as “The Basic Girl Flow.” Once e...

The Need For a Female President

Daisy Friedman, Design Editor

October 1, 2019

When I was a little girl, my parents told me I could grow up to be whatever I wanted to be. They did not mention, however, that as I got older the stipulations of that statement would grow. When I told my relatives of my dreams ...

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