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 […]
As we strive to understand our own personal beginnings, we often find that the home is never too […]
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.
Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down with two international students from China to talk to them […]
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.
Portland lies on the Cascadia Subduction Zone, a 600 mile fault that is about 70 miles off of the Pacific coast it runs from northern California to British Columbia. The Cascadia Subduction Zone has been an active fault for more then ten thousand years. The Cascadia Subduction Zone, will affect Portland when an earthquake hits.
In 1958, the city of Rome welcomed the launching of International Week of the Deaf (IWD) by the […]
Starting on the thirtieth of August, Hurricane Irma was considered a tropical storm. One day later, it was upgraded to hurricane status.
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.
Apple recently announced a solution to this problem. Their new phones and latest iOS updates will determine when a person is driving and automatically disable texting (and other applications) or when the phone is plugged into a cable or Bluetooth.
Schools in the United States are not required to align their rules with the Constitution’s first amendment.. Public […]
As your textbooks close and your swimsuits take their first trips to the docks remember all you have accomplished and everything you have pushed through.
Central Catholic look what you’ve done!