A&E / Feature

Centennial Artists Recognized by U.S. Congress

Words: Kieran Senisi Photos Contributed by: Nan Collins The Congressional Art Awards Ceremony occurred on June 3, and Centennial did not fail to impress.  Five Centennial artists, including Maria Rodriguez Cardona, Abbigail Hong, Rachel Scheetz, Tricia Park, and Ye Sun Park, entered the competition under the district of U.S. Representative Elijah Cummings.  According to Rep. … Continue reading

Announcements / Feature / News

Centennial Says Goodbye: Whalen and Spaide Retire

Words: Lisa Kerr Photos: Zach Grable At the end of the 2016-2017 school year, Centennial will be losing two memorable staff members due to their retirement: Mrs. Spaide and Ms. Whalen. Although Centennial will miss them, we are thankful for all that they did in fueling students’ education.  “I will miss the students and teachers … Continue reading


Cherry Blossom Festival

Words: Abby Vall The trees are budding and the temperature is rising to seventy degrees in the middle of March, throwing a huge curveball at Maryland. That curveball is that Spring is quickly approaching, meaning the cherry blossoms are coming out. The flowers bloom in Washington D.C where an annual festival is held to celebrate. … Continue reading


World Hijab Day

Words: Meghan Moore On Wednesday, February 1, 2017, the Muslim Student Association organized Centennial’s participation in World Hijab Day. World Hijab Day is an international celebration in recognition of the millions of Muslim women who choose to wear the hijab. Centennial students had the opportunity to wear a hijab for a day to put themselves … Continue reading