The new vintage fad is somewhat of an “anti trend” and teens all over the country are going crazy over it, causing them to flock to the nearest thrift store. Kids and teens everywhere are dressing like their parents, listening to music like their grandparents, and going back in order to be fashion forward.
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?
Throughout generations, music has made a difference. From Mozart to Future Hendrix. Generation Z brings new artists to share their own type of music digitally.
An overlook on past youth cultures from each decade from the 1960s and on; how the values and culture of Generation Z came to be like they are today.
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.
In the first weeks of his administration, President Donald Trump named Scott Pruitt, a self proclaimed climate change denier, as the head of the EPA.
This past month many high school students in the Portland Metro area attended the Diversity Conference, hosted by Catlin Gabel. It educated students on what it means to be of color in the Portland area, the LGBTQ+ community, and many other subjects that our society is facing today.
A look into Central Catholic’s spring athletes beyond what they do on the field. These personal tidbits give insight on what student-athletes do in the classroom and community.
In early 2017 Donald Trump’s presidency has already been marked with a monumental executive banning people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the United States for 90 days.
In Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me I found a sympathetic expression for the ideological frustration I had felt towards the platform on which racial discussion takes place in America.
In this edition of Common’s Question Tully Bush asks around Central Catholic to see what students think on […]
Immigration has been consistently in the news as of late. An area where immigration is prominent is in sports. Not only do immigrants bring a different aspect of the game, but they also bring over a different style and culture into the sport that they play.
Daphne answers your questions in this issue of Dear Daphne!
Dillon McNeil takes a look at this season’s spring sports and their stars.