School News

Student Council Video Moves Masses

Student Council Video Moves Masses

Ian Fendley, staff writer

The popular video made by the Student Council features members of the council reciting messages addressed to ethnic and minority populations who have come under fire recently. The messages reassure them that they are safe and secure at Central.

April 4, 2017

Gallery: College, Career Fair

Gallery: College, Career Fair

Rebekah Harpool and Alex Pickell

The College and Career fair took place in the gymnasium on Friday, Feb. 24. Students from all grades had the opportunity to get information about several colleges and technical schools in Arkansas. ...

February 24, 2017

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Voices

The Pipe-Essential Question

The Pipe-Essential Question

Louisa Utley, staff writer

Money, Native Americans, the environment, oil, and jobs are all on the line when debating the completion of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a 3.7 billion dollar project to build a 1,172 mile pipeline to transfer shale oil across the Midwest.

April 3, 2017

Spring Break Brings Opportunities To Go Exploring

Spring Break Brings Opportunities To Go Exploring

Rebekah Harpool, staff writer

Netflix can be very captivating, but take this week as an opportunity to explore your city or even Arkansas as a whole. The Natural State is known for its hidden beauties, secluded restaurants, and coffee shops.

March 19, 2017

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Sports

Dodgeball Brings Out ‘True’ Student Athletes

Dodgeball Brings Out ‘True’ Student Athletes

Lauren Berry, sports editor

“Dodge ball is the best class I’ve ever taken. Is it my life? Probably. Am I upset about that? Not one bit,” junior Casey Epps said.

March 17, 20172 Comments

Church League Basketball Dribbles Into New Season

Church League Basketball Dribbles Into New Season

Claire Schallenberg, business manager

If one ever enters the gym on any given week night one will see the community that has become the driving force of church league basketball. The heart of each player is left out on the linoleum court every time a game concludes.

February 24, 2017No Comments

Football Banquet Commemorates Players’ Hard Work

Football Banquet Commemorates Players’ Hard Work

February 21, 2017

Wake-Boarding Prodigy Seeks New Challenges, Finds Focus In Sport

Wake-Boarding Prodigy Seeks New Challenges, Finds Focus In Sport

February 6, 2017

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Features

The Blackelorette: ABC’s Pick For The Bachelorette’s Thirteenth Season

The Blackelorette: ABC’s Pick For The Bachelorette’s Thirteenth Season

Annie Knights, staff writer

After thirty-three collective seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, ABC has named its first black Bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay. She is 31, older than most former contestants on the current season of The Bachelor, and works as an attorney in Dallas.

March 23, 2017

Prisoners Of Sea World: Is Death Their Only Escape?

Prisoners Of Sea World: Is Death Their Only Escape?

Aashna Farishta, staff writer

In the wild they are just orcas, but at Seaworld they truly have been turned into killer whales.

February 28, 2017

Cleansing The Curse Of Room 101

Cleansing The Curse Of Room 101

Lily Jones, executive editor

For the past two months, bad things have happened in Room 101 on the 9 day of each month. In November, our printer stopped working and our money bag was stolen. In December, people left class with out...

February 16, 2017

Students Gain Life Skills By Balancing School, Work

Students Gain Life Skills By Balancing School, Work

Tania Royster, staff writer

Although a part-time job can add to the pressure of being a full-time student, some students have found the secret to managing and succeeding in both.

February 10, 2017

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