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 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
While the Covid-19 restrictions cut off most sanctuaries outside homes, coffee shops were still able to provide some point of connection. Continue reading Coffee Shops a Point of Contact Even at a Distance
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?
We all have probably had a bad experience, at one point or another, at a fast food place. But have you ever imagined what it’s like to work at one? From personal experience as a McDonald’s employee, here are a few of our pet peeves. Continue reading The Top 10 Things That Annoy McDonalds Employees
The Rapid City Arts Council now requires artists to obtain a permit to paint in Art Alley. The process, however, will not achieve what the Council is hoping for. Continue reading Art Alley Should Abandon Permit Requirement
By necessity, students work on a variety of computers each week. Cobbler Kaityln Ashes takes a look at the most common methods to determine the best way to save your work. Continue reading The Best Ways to Save Your Work