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?
In a place where straight A’s is seen as the ideal, it is important to remember that perfectionism is a problem worth overcoming. Continue reading Perfectionism Is a Master, Not a Servant
With spring break finally here and graduation around the corner, it’s time for a senior trip. Here’s how to make it work. Continue reading Seniors, Try a Trip to Celebrate the End of High School
The recent burning of the Ingersoll Mine suggests that it might be better not to tag or share intriguing cultural sites. Continue reading The Fire at Ingersoll Means It’s Time to Start Gatekeeping
After a difficult first semester, Central’s substitute shortage appears to have eased. Continue reading Substitute Shortage Eases
To help students make sense of the Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Pine Needle staff has assembled ten things you need to know about the conflict. Continue reading Russia and Ukraine: What You Need to Know
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