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Senior Takeover Day
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Senior Takeover Day

Words and Photos: Zach Grable On Friday, April 7, seniors stepped into their teacher’s shoes for Senior Takeover Day. The new “teachers” provided fun activities for students on the half day before Spring Break. Some seniors were nervous at first, but most said it was fun to get in front of a class and be … Continue reading

Junior Interviews
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Junior Interviews

Words: Lisa Kerr Photos: Zach Grable On April 4 and 5, juniors tied their ties, slipped on their heels, and got ready for Centennial’s Junior Interviews. In addition to being a graduation requirement, students also believed the interviews helped them in other ways. Confident in her performance, Chelsea Ofori stated, “After preparing previously, I found … Continue reading

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Centennial’s Hello Dolly!

Words: Zach Grossman Centennial’s production of Hello Dolly! began on Thursday, March 23, and continued until Sunday, March 26. In this year’s play, many returning faces were seen on stage, as well as many new actors and actresses. Hello Dolly! is about a matchmaker named Dolly Levi, played by senior Minnie Gregorini, who enjoys meddling … Continue reading

Centennial WorldFest
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Centennial WorldFest

Words: Abby Vall Photos: Sandy Eichhorn Centennial held its annual WorldFest on Tuesday, March 28. The event is a time for the community to gather together and celebrate the diversity of cultures within Centennial. National Honor Society coordinated the event and members volunteered throughout the evening. Centennial’s various clubs sold food from different cultures such … Continue reading

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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