Harry Styles’s album Fine Line is enough to win over even the staunchest anti-boy banders. Continue reading This Just In: Harry Really Does Have Style
While Cobblers are reacting optimistically to schools being closed for the coronavirus pandemic, AP students and students in activities are most concerned. Continue reading Cobblers React to Coronavirus Closure with Concern, Optimism, and Curiosity
The legend of Yoda is deliciously intriguing, but it is also soured by an unfortunate leftover puppet. Continue reading The Disappointing Puppet of Star Wars
Counselors at Central are providing tips and tutoring as important ACT test dates approach. Continue reading Career Center Offers Students Help With ACT Prep
Parasite won the Oscar for Best Picture. Do those now celebrating the film understand its critique of their own station and privilege? Continue reading ‘Parasite’ Movie Themes Are Obvious to Us, But Are They Obvious to Those the Themes Represent?
Calling Presidential debates debates is an abuse of the term debate; the bigger abuse, however, is to make Americans believe such debates are a good way to learn about candidates. Continue reading Using “Debates” to Decide on Candidates Is a Mistake
People say things will be different in college than in high school, and as Cobbler grad Calvin Moehlman has confirmed, they are right. Continue reading Cobbler Grad Confirms: College Is Different