‘SADD’ is Anything But

Madeline Sanstrum, Staff Writer

May 27, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Although almost a month ago, SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving/Dangerous Decisions) week and Every 15 Minutes which was held from April 11-15 still has a very huge impact on the school in a positive manner, factually and emotionally. Factu...

8th Grade Math Credit Detrimental to High School Credits

Laura Popescu, Staff Writer

May 27, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Centennial Middle School offers the opportunity for their eighth grade students in advanced math to take Algebra 1 before entering high school, therefore earning an early math credit. For both the honors and CHS diploma, the tot...

LISTEN UP–A COMPLAINT ON STUDENT PERFORMANCE DURING MAR. 31 ASSEMBLY WITH ALTER WEINER

Madeline Sanstrum, Staff Writer

April 18, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The student body displayed a rather rude behavior in the gym during Alter Weiner’s speech on Mar. 31. People tried to tell other students to stop talking so they could listen, but it did nothing to change their behavior. I ...

Batman vs. Superman Review

Kevin Smith, Guest Writer

April 18, 2016

Filed under A&E, Opinion

Picture one of the most beautiful people you have ever seen.  The most beautiful face, a voice like an angel, the body of a greek god/goddess. But as soon as they open their mouth, you realize that they have nothing original...

Kasich, Cruz, Trump…

McKenzie Proehl, Editor-In-Chief

April 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The presidential race this year has been an exciting one, to say the least. A millionaire/celebrity/businessman leads the republicans, and for the first time the prospect of having a woman president is a realistic possibility. The re...

Feel The Bern

Sophia Hernendez, Staff Writer

April 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion

There are currently two Democratic candidates in the run for president:  Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.  Clinton is currently leading the poll with over 1,750 votes from the pledged delegates and super delegates. Sanders...

Cafeteria Food; There’s More Than “Meats” the Eye

Ira Buzhduga, Co-Editor

April 15, 2016

Filed under Feature, Opinion

On account of the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) repeatedly including more and more federal guidelines towards school lunches, there seems to be a decline in the number of students who are satisfied with the qual...

What Can Be Done About Cell Phones?

Samantha Runtuwene

March 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Cell phones are a remarkable piece of technology and have changed today’s society. Almost everyone, young, and old, own, a cell phone by now. The question is should students be permitted to use their cell phones in school? Fo...

Twitter Drama at Centennial

Sheila Trnjanin, Co-Editor

March 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Twitter is very popular here at Centennial, and I know that a ton of students have one. I myself have an account, and I’m somewhat active in keeping up with the latest news and what not. There are a lot of other people who a...

Restroom Issues Can’t be Flushed

Madeline Sanstrum, Staff Writer

February 23, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Ever got in that awkward situation where you’ve done your bathroom business and there’s no soap to clean up with? Or ever run out of toilet paper in the stalls so that there’s only two or three usable ones? How about broken...

Should Bus Arrival Times Be Later?

Eli Porterfield, Staff Writer

February 23, 2016

Filed under Opinion

With school starting at 7:40 and 8:40 on Wednesdays many people are very tired and drowsy in the beginning of the school day.  This has led to students and teachers calling for later arrival times that mirror the middle school...

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