School News

Bathroom Upgrades Leave Students Unimpressed, Disappointed

Lola Simmons, staff writer

A 90-year-old school is going to need some upgrades along the way, especially if it is under constant use by 2,600 students a year. One area that gets a lot of wear and tear are bathrooms.

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October 12, 2016

Students Abroad: Tales from South Korea

Jada Henry, executive editor

August 1, 2016, fifteen students from the Little Rock Mayors Youth Council Leadership Program boarded a small plane at 6 a.m. in the Clinton National Airport for their first destination-Detroit, Michigan. I, as one of those...  Read More »

October 6, 2016

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Politically Active Students Lean Left

Lily Jones, executive editor

When driving on I-40 West to Conway, a Trump billboard grabs commuters attention. Neighborhoods in Little Rock sport either Clinton, Trump and even some Johnson yard signs. Many parents impose their political beliefs on their...  Read More »

October 27, 2016

Faux Fashion: Appreciation or Appropriation?

Jada Henry, executive editor

Highly accredited fashion designer, Marc Jacobs, has gotten himself into hot water. If people aren’t angered by his lack of diverse tones in his new foundation line, then they are raging over the incorporation of faux dreads in his fashion show.

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October 24, 2016

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Ultimate Frisbee Team ‘Disking’ for Good Season

Gage Maris, staff writer

Ultimate Frisbee is a popular sport, so history teacher Rachel Rigsby and a few seniors came together to create an Ultimate Frisbee team to get more students involved in the...  Read More »

October 11, 2016 • 0 comments

New Club Up to Par, Promotes Friendship

Sam Griffin, staff writer

One of the things Central is known for its wide array of unique sports and clubs. One that most people probably don’t know about is the Disc Golf Club. In fact, most...  Read More »

October 10, 2016 • 0 comments

Tigers Claim Winning Streak, Prepare for Conference Games

Lauren Berry, sports editor

The Tiger football team has been killing the competition so far this season, and making history. On September 9, the team celebrated their 800th win in Tiger football h...  Read More »

September 26, 2016 • 0 comments

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Paris Fashion Week Pulls Out All Shots, Show-Stoppers

Briana Fleming, staff writer

Where is the utopia of all future fashion designers and trendsetters of our generation? Where is the place that A-list celebrities are spotted on every corner in an aura of creativity, aesthetics, and...  Read More »

October 26, 2016

Newest AP Classes Teach Students Life Skills, Prepare for College

Aashna Farishta, staff writer

In an AP Seminar class, students get to share their ideas and perspectives on the trending topics of the world. The students have educational autonomy as they can chose what they want to research about...  Read More »

October 20, 2016

New, Fun-Loving Teacher Embraced by Students

Annie Simon, staff writer

The field is lit, and the game is about to start. A Ghostbusters themed car is driven onto the field. Clad in the standard grey jumpsuits, the team, including biology and chemistry teacher Rachel Norris,...  Read More »

October 18, 2016

Beautification Club Spruces Up Classrooms

Fran Delacey, staff writer

A ceiling lined with Pez dispensers, a wall of tiger stripes, paintings inspired by the books that students read in the class, and a quote that reads “If you are not willing to learn, no one can teach...  Read More »

October 5, 2016

Marching Band, Flag Line to Take Off for Hawaii

October 3, 2016

Entrepreneur Utilizes Design Skills, Launches Business

September 21, 2016

Central in Central America: Students Spend Week in Guatemala Mission

September 19, 2016

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