Lighthearted jokes about mental illnesses add up to problems for those who are truly suffering. Continue reading Mental Illness Is Not a Joke
It is one thing to eat an alternative diet when you are in charge of your family’s meals. What is it like for a student, who may not have that much control? Continue reading For a Student, Eating a Vegetarian Diet Can be a Challenge
With the holiday break upon us, seniors Gracie Lemer and Talon Tippmann survey the possibilities of Christmas movies. Continue reading Christmas Movies: What’s good, what should be avoided?
Teachers at Central have had a lot to adjust to in 2020, from distance learning to new curriculum to new learning management systems. What do they think about it all? Continue reading Cobbler Teachers Persevering Through 2020
The popularity of STEM courses has not diminished the importance of studying history. Continue reading Studying the Past Remains Crucial to the Present
Making a killer video game can win a person wealth and success. But how is it done? Can a person try for such a thing? Continue reading Making the Game That Goes Viral
The history of mining in the Black Hills is so close you can touch it–if you know where to reach. Continue reading Two Mines Worth Exploring
Have the golden years of the pun set? Is there a place for a witty pun anymore? Continue reading Puns: Do they have life, or are they Dad?
Is caffeine Central High School’s biggest addiction? An anecdotal survey of Cobblers suggests it may be so. Continue reading Central’s Caffeinated Cobblers
October may mean fall colors, but in South Dakota October could mean anything. Anything. Continue reading South Dakota Needs to Get Its Weather Together
The Cobblers football team was sent into quarantine from football and school after a few athletes tested positive for Covid-19. Continue reading Cobblers’ Football Sidelined by Covid
Local artists are finding creative ways to implement the strain of quarantine into their daily lives and work. Continue reading 5 Questions for 5 Artists
The shut down of schools has made it impossible for many seniors to get closure from there final semester. But with the deadly nature of Covid-19, how should 2020’s graduating class feel about the ordeal? Continue reading Covid-19 Stole My Senior Year, But It Was Worth It
After reading Stephen King’s It, a quarantined high school student has an epiphany regarding her own fears. Continue reading Fighting Our Fears, Together
After a fast start, Rapid City’s March for Our Lives chapter has struggled with low turnout and continued interest. Continue reading Rapid City March for Our Lives Struggles to Sustain Interest
Assistant debate coach and English teacher Ariel Pozorski gives Central High school a look into what Central’s new speech and debate class will look like. Continue reading Central Looks to Launch New Speech and Debate Class