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Sydney Gastman, staff writer

May 23, 2017

Filed under School News

Art Club had yet another successful year showing off the students’ best work at the Arkansas Young Artists Association annual art show in Little Rock on April 12. Central left with 62 awards, including Best in Show, which junior...

Revamped central website brings it’s A-game

Rebekah Harpool, staff writer

May 23, 2017

Filed under School News

In its very essence, Central is rooted in the past. The history and culture that surrounds Central defines it and is part of the beauty that it holds. However, Central is being revamped in an exciting way. Its new website was...

Summer camp teaches skills and leadership

Lila Dell Leveritt, Lifestyle editor

May 19, 2017

Filed under Lifestyle

Since sixth grade, junior Landon Cook has spent his summers at Camp Country Lad- a Christian based boy camp in the middle of a Mennonite village. The camp accommodates 80 to 100 boys ages eight to 15. Anyone older is a counselor-in-training...

Junioritis: Students feel overwhelmed as finals and AP exams hit

Amy Schexnayder, staff writer

May 19, 2017

Filed under Features

Near the end of the year, motivation for almost any student is at an all-time low. Once the month of May has arrived, snow cone shacks open, the weather gets hot, and it feels like it’s summer once again. Students yearn to participate...

Student saves squirrel, makes lifelong furry friend

Briana Fleming, staff writer

May 18, 2017

Filed under Lifestyle

Pets are a treasure to humanity. They are lovely furry companions who you get to care, love, nurture, and bond with whenever and however. Sometimes when you first meet your furry friend, whether in a shelter or a pet store, there’s...

Protest advocates peace, community

Evalyn Burleant, staff writer

May 17, 2017

Filed under School News

Tiger Lives Matter: Mission Statement Tiger Lives Matter is a club committed to advocating for and ensuring that the lives and voices of all Tigers are valued and heard. Additionally, we want to make sure that all Tigers f...

Dance competition season keeps dancers on their toes

Sydney Gastman, staff writer

May 15, 2017

Filed under Sports

While dancing for 16 to 20 hours a week may seem like a lot, the dancers at Rock City Dance Center (RCDC) wouldn’t have it any other way. With the dance competition season underway, juniors Blair James and Annie Niswanger have...

Women’s Month boosts pride, celebrates progress

Annie Simon, staff writer

May 15, 2017

Filed under Voices

International Women’s Month gives women an incentive to show their pride and unity. It commemorates the history behind the women’s rights movement. We celebrate how far women have come and the freedoms we’ve gained. ...

Miracle League offers rewarding volunteer experience to students

Lauren Berry, Sports Editor

May 15, 2017

Filed under Sports

A couple weeks ago, a friend of mine and I went to volunteer down by the river at Junior Deputy baseball league.   You may be thinking, “why does Junior Deputy need volunteers? They have coaches.” Well, there's...

Back to Bats: Neighborhood Softball League Promotes Community, Engages Girls of All Ages

Claire Schallenberg, Business Manager

May 15, 2017

Filed under Sports

The Hillcrest Neighborhood is commonly known for it’s historic houses, boutique shopping, hipster vibes, and it's amazing snow cone stand, Cajun Sno, that provides a much needed refresher during Arkansas’ hot summers. However,...

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