Central has hired a new head football coach, Brandon Colpitts. The Pine Needle sat down and asked him what his goals were for the team and how he planned to reach them. Continue reading The Philosophy of the New Head Football Coach at Central High School
Many children’s shows have mature content hidden inside for older viewers. How much of it are younger viewers picking up on? Continue reading What’s the Deal With Spongebob?
Growing up rich might be nice, but there are virtues only growing up poor can provide. Continue reading The Virtues of Being Poor
People have strong opinions about Valentine’s Day, so The Pine Needle sampled the mood in Central’s hallways. Continue reading What Cobblers Say about Valentine’s Day
This week, former Cobbler teacher Kim Templeton’s career scoring record at BHSU is set to be broken, so the Pine Needle sat down with Mr. Templeton to ask his thoughts on the experience. Continue reading Former Cobblers’ Teacher Discusses Holding College Scoring Record
To a raging perfectionist, not quite perfect is as good as failure. Continue reading B Is for Bad
The man who hurt my mom and me for years said no. He didn’t want to see me, as if I was the problem. Continue reading He Said No
Only the most die hard music fans can name the bass players, but what would rock bands be without them? Continue reading The Bass Player Is the Essential Underdog
Procrastination gets a bad rap. Some of it is deserved, but if so many people do it, it must have its perks. Continue reading It’s Not Due Yet: An Anatomy of a Procrastinator
Why do people dress the way they do? If they don’t like it, why not change it? If only it were that easy. Continue reading Changing My Look
To have a pizza roll quickly is the beauty of a pizza roll. But what if you could have it even quicker? Continue reading Comfort Food, Quick
We are hyper opinionated about texture even when unaware of its influence. And it is good to be aware. Continue reading Texture Matters
Artificial intelligence is pushing into new territory everyday. Will it even push out artists and graphic designers? Continue reading Is Wall-E Taking My Dream Job?
When we are kids, we all have dreams and we’re eager to share them. As we get older, what changes? Continue reading Noticing the Dreams of the World
The West is home to legends larger than life, and a close look at one of the largest reveals that their tie to history is often tenuous. Continue reading The Apache Death Cave: Legend or Elaborate Hoax?