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.
Hugh Hammons is a senior at Central Catholic High School and a swimmer involved in Central’s own swim […]
Celebrity “get togethers” have often been fueled as much by political activism lately as champagne. The 89th Academy awards were no exception with the American Civil Liberties Union making an appearance.
AASU is a group of students who learn conflict resolution and who mentor younger student to create a healthy support system. These students are helping others to become confident leaders wherever they end up in life.
Jared Reed discusses African American Student Union’s recent meeting and the benefits that it offered.
25 years ago there was a student, just like me and you, who attended Central Catholic. You could catch him running from class to class, conversing with his favorite teacher, Mr. Halligan, and even leading the school as ASB president.
Through the media we all see messages that portray immigrants. For instance, Latinos are portrayed as having low income and are perpetrators of crime. Whereas Muslims are “known” for being terrorists. The media also says that immigrants bring diseases. In reality immigrants give their all and best to the world and they are not violent.
In the spring of 2015 Trey Flowers was sitting in a Stanford University hospital ward, alone. Wires hung […]
Jared Reed takes a look at the recent diversity and social justice events at Central Catholic High School.