Student Council has announced dress up days for the week before Christmas; for their own good, students should participate. Continue reading Editorial: Students Should Dress Up for Spirit Week
While the pursuit of education is enlightenment, Central High School found itself in the dark Thursday. What happened? Why? Continue reading Search for Cause of Power Outage Continues
Supporting women who have been assaulted may mean disavowing things we love–like BORNS. Continue reading To Support BORNS Is to Ignore His Victims
In today’s sports, winning is the only thing on everyone’s mind, and the inclusion of all team members has slipped the mind of players and coaches alike. Do the underdogs still have a chance in today’s athletics? Continue reading A Message to the Underdogs
The common theme that runs among upperclassmen is their hatred for freshmen. Why are they so annoying? From their awkward relationships to their endless talk of Fortnite, freshman are made out to be the scum of Central. But are they? Continue reading Freshmen, the Inferior Class of High School
In recent years vegetarianism and veganism have been on a steady rise, particularly as several horrible slaughterhouse videos have surfaced. Two-year vegetarian Sarah Thormahlen responds to the comments vegetarians and vegans hear on the daily. Continue reading Everything Vegetarians/Vegans are Tired of Hearing
Elizabeth Warren’s use of an ancestry test to call out President Trump failed to close the conflict between the two. Continue reading In Warren’s Battle with Trump, No One Wins
Good faith efforts to limit hate speech can fuel the very fires of hatred they aim to extinguish. Continue reading Limiting Speech Will Not Limit Hatred
Catch the latest stories at the Pine Needle Magazine. The Magazine is a cultural journal, publishing extended essays, features, fiction, and commentary that reach beyond the typical forms and approaches of a newspaper. Continue reading New at the Pine Needle Magazine
ESPN drew attention for ranking the top 100 current NBA players, but their list was a mess. Tavin Carncross has corrected the top 10. Continue reading The Top Players in the NBA: ESPN’s List, Corrected
NASA has been synonymous with cutting edge space exploration for decades, but that perception is no longer rooted in reality. Continue reading NASA’s Good Reputation Is a Relic of the Space Race
That junior year is the hardest is gospel truth for many students, but the idea may underestimate the difficulties of being a senior. Continue reading Underestimating the Challenges of Senior Year
Lebron James has the option to be a free agent this summer, meaning he can essentially choose where he wants to play next. Where should he go? Continue reading Where Should LeBron Go Next?
Being a short girl is a huge struggle. Continue reading Top 5 Things Not to Say Or Do to A Short Girl
I’m Stephanie Hight and I wore a Jurassic World – Inflatable T-Rex costume to my senior year prom.
Continue reading A Roaring Prom
Central’s fourth Blood Drive of the year brings plenty of blood donors to Central for a great cause. However, most donors are not aware of what happens to their blood after donating it. So what does happen? Continue reading What Happens To Your Blood After You Donate It?