Every day students come to Central Catholic to an especially clean environment. Have you ever wondered how the […]
“His name at the time was Chubby Hubby, as in the Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, and he was blind,” explains Dillon McNeil with a smile- reminiscing about the first time he saw his beloved yellow lab. Fortunately for the pup, the McNeil family renamed him Ellis, a name they deemed much more fitting for the friendly canine. When the five year old mutt moseyed into Dillon’s life by way of the Milwaukie dog shelter “Family Dogs New Life,” there was no way of knowing what a cool and loving presence Ellis was going to for years to come.
House Bill 3391 is known in some circles as the abortion bill, but is more commonly called the Reproductive Health Equity Act. It was introduced in summer of 2017 in the 79th Oregon Legislative Assembly. It passed through the House with a vote of 33-23, with no Republican votes. It was signed into law after passing through the Senate on August 15th. The Reproductive Health Equity Act offers a wide range of reproductive health care opportunities to people who may not otherwise be capable of affording it.
Heading into the playoffs the Rams find themselves in a familiar position, playing with something to prove, “We’re […]
With October coming to a close, trick-or-treaters are getting ready to prank their friends, stock up on candy, and raid the costume section at the store. Halloween is an opportunity to dress up as anything—whether it be your favorite movie character, celebrity, or animal. However, the privilege to wear anything you want is not an excuse for cultural appropriation.
In this year’s inaugural issue of The Rampart, we have composed a collection of stories representing the distinct […]
After spending a year at Jefferson, sophomore Elijah Elliot decided he needed a new start.
For many seniors, the idea of where one will be next year is a daunting thought. The Rampart staff talked with current seniors who attempted to answer these questions.
The most polarizing topic around school this year has been the new schedule. Out with A-Days and reps, and in with utilities and hour-long classes.
In our first episode of Commons Questions, we spoke with students about their personal starting lines and how where they began has effected the rest of their lives. These light-hearted segments show the fabric of the CC student experience.
Click this article to watch episode 1.
If you were born between 1996 and 2010 then you can consider yourself a member of generation Z […]
High school athletics have changed quite a bit in the last forty years. Sr. Jerome Zerr and Mr. Rick Potter offer their perspectives on these developments, both positive and negative.
In this day and age, iphones are common part of every day society. A constant distraction, resource, and comfort in this modern world. So what is it like to be phone-less in this world of technology?
The generation immediately following Millennials was born between 1995 and 2010, and is called Generation Z, the iGeneration, […]
Theology teacher Ms. Dedonato (Central Catholic class of 2000) compares her high school experience with those of her current students and gives insight on how technology has a conflicting role in Generation Z’s lives.