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Changes to AP exam regisration benefits the College Board, not the students

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

Starting this school year, the College Board has implemented new changes to its Advanced Placement program. Previously, a student would enroll in an AP class and would wait until second semester to sign up for an exam if they so c...

Internet is Terrible

Alexis Radke-Chism, Staff Writer

October 16, 2019

Humans rely way too much on the internet. The internet is used as a tool, for entertainment and for many other things. It’s something most people can’t live without. In the U.S., 85 percent of adults alone use the internet o...

Central teachers using the elevator

Stella Ehrhart, Staff Writer

October 15, 2019

Central’s elevator is not all it's cracked up to be, so why do teachers keep using it?  For those who need the elevator, for whatever reason, it is a godsend.  It makes getting to classes far easier and possible. It’s a nice break from the very fast pace of passing ...

Olivia’s Outlook: passion

Olivia Gilbreath, Executive Editor

October 13, 2019

After years of searching for one defining hobby, sport or activity to be passionate about, I have decided that not every person has a passion. Because I am constantly in a state of feeling out of place or feeling like I should...

The True Purpose of a Student Section

Emily Hodges, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

Being part of a student section can be one of the best feelings ever. One gets to cheer for their team, and there is a general sense of togetherness and school spirit - except when every five minutes a student not from the school is ‘outed...

Why fish are disappearing

Makenna Anderson, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

With an ocean that covers 71 percent of the Earth’s surface, it’s hard to imagine creatures that live in a habitat this big are disappearing. One specific example is an animal that most people think is abundant, but their ...

Fall and winter activities

Livia Ziskey, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

The seasons are changing. Summer has bid farewell and is making room for the cooler, crisper days of fall and winter. The lemonade and popsicles become pumpkin spice lattes and apple pie. For some, the end of summer may be equivalent...

The final impeachment theory

Blayke Olson, Staff writer

October 8, 2019

Recent allegations of bribery and potential abuse of power by President Donald Trump in exchange for getting dirt on presidential candidate Joe Biden is the latest scandal rocking Washington. House Democrats have announced that they a...

Uproar in Hong Kong

Blayke Olson, Staff writer

October 8, 2019

Is America a symbol of hope? Some may say no and others may lead you to believe that America is no different than the UK or France, the only difference being that we have substantially higher mass shootings. However, despite ev...

Why your cute, little house plants are good for you

Elena Correa, Staff writer

October 8, 2019

     Looking for a cute aesthetic with amazing health benefits? Try house plants! House plants have been used as small add-ins to a room, but they aren’t just adorable decorations. They’ve been proven to improve numerous...

Eco Emma: plastic alternatives in grocery stores

Emma Whaley, Editor-in-Cheif

October 8, 2019

As the planet rapidly gets suffocated by plastic, many have asked how they can help. Think about where most of your plastic waste comes from. What’s wrapped in cling film, sealed in plastic bags and stored in plastic lined ca...

The unimportance of school dances

Sophia Sgourakis, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

Throughout high school, there is a chance of going to 12 school dances: homecoming, winter formal and prom each year for four years. To some, this may sound appealing and maybe even the best part of high school. But for me, the...

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