In order to be eligible to win a Grammy Award, musicians have to have sold their music. One 16-year-old is petitioning for a change to the policy. Continue reading Music Fans Pressure Grammys to Change Eligibility Rules
Notice: Wednesday, April 27th is National Administrative Professionals’ Day. If you’re reading this after the informed date, you can still take a second to appreciate the work of our administrative staff. Continue reading Pausing to Appreciate the Clerical Staff
While unmistakably unique, Mr. Andrew Belsaas is the band teacher often mistaken for a student. Senior Adam Taylor sat down with him and discussed what it’s like teaching at Rapid City Central. Continue reading Cobblers Up Close: Andrew Belsaas
Central’s theater holds 800 seats and director Justin Speck claims there isn’t a bad seat in the house. We’ll give him that, but it leaves a question open: which is the best seat? Continue reading The Best Seat in the House: a Guide
By Molly Boehler and Adam Taylor With prom coming up next month, students are beginning to search for the appropriate garb – but what is right for you? Don’t worry. We’re going to help you out with that. We all have different tastes in clothing, but one mutual agreement is that we all adore the overly sweet, nostalgic taste of a Capri Sun. Why not … Continue reading What’s Your Prom Get-Go?
By Molly Boehler and Adam Taylor The announcement for the Oscar nominees is finally out! This is an exciting time for many who look forward the awards (or a major disappointment for those who actually like good films). 2015 was a big year for films, boasting a total box office revenue of nearly $11 billion. A couple movies nearly broke records for Oscar nominations this … Continue reading What the Oscar Nominees Should Have Been