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  • Auditions for Cen10's school musical Oklahoma begin first week of November! Open for all students!
  • Tickets now on sale for Titan Theatre's Shakespeare in Love on October 29th and 30th!
Fans recording a concert, Source: Harrison Haines

Fandom Culture – and the Unhealthy Side of It

Uswa Saeed, Media Manager October 4, 2021

Name 3 celebrities off the top of your head. That was easy, right? Can you now name personal facts about them? Their favorite music, favorite food, dating life; I’m sure you were able to think of that...

Performative Activism: A Curse Disguised as a Blessing

Performative Activism: A Curse Disguised as a Blessing

Riya Patwardhan, Editor-in-Chief September 20, 2021

CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL- BLM, Yemen, Cuba, Palestine. At first glance, this set of words seems clearly unrelated. Although, after looking closer it is not hard to observe how these words represent some...

Rack of Clothes

The Real Cost of Fast Fashion

Riya Patwardhan, Cen10 News Reporter May 17, 2021

CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL- Fast fashion; this global concept of consumption which many of us are familiar with is steadily making itself more and more prominent all over the world. Although people are generally...

Set of a Movie Shooting

How Sia’s Movie Music is Harmful to the Autistic Community

Riya Patwardhan, Cen10 News Reporter May 17, 2021

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA- Since the release of Sia’s movie Music on February 10, 2021, audiences of the movie have been infuriated by the portrayal of the autistic community in the film. Music includes...

Overwhelmed Man with Face in Hands, Source: Daniel Reche, pexels.com

Bullies are Victims Too

Uswa Saeed, Cen10 News Reporter April 27, 2021

Bullying is most certainly not okay. It damages the victims mentally, emotionally, and sometimes even physically. However, it is important to acknowledge that while these actions are wrong, bullies, in...

Audience Cheering at Music Concert

Grammys… this you?

Riya Patwardhan and Uswa Saeed April 26, 2021

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA- Discrimination against people of color, also called POC, is unfortunately something that has been happening for a long time. Even today, this injustice continues in all walks of...

Stressed Out Student

Restrict AP Classes for Our Mental Health! Sincerely, Students Across America

Sofia Barnett and Riya Patwardhan February 11, 2021

CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL- Imagine juggling double the workload of a senior in college before you’re legally eligible to get your driver’s license. Or maybe twice the workload of a college junior before...

Woman Holding Face Mask

The Important Reasons to Wear a Mask

Hailey Bell, Cen10 News December 17, 2020

Due to the worldwide pandemic, there has been a ton of debate on what we can do to prevent the spread. Obviously, people decided quarantining would be the best option, and they would work from home. However,...

Racing Towards Pink Tax Eradication

Racing Towards Pink Tax Eradication

Sofia Barnett, Editor-In-Chief December 9, 2020

Let’s play a game. We’re about to race, but wait. You get to start 10 steps behind me because you don’t have green eyes. Take another 10 steps back because your hair isn’t curly. Okay, now go....

Amazon online shopping app displayed on the phone of a customer

Amazon’s Awful Treatment of Workers Must Come To an End

Riya Patwardhan, Cen10 News Reporter November 12, 2020

CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL- With the amount of technological advancements available in today's world, tasks such as having your groceries delivered straight to your door, purchasing a new item for your room...

Scratch paper for a students SAT exam.

Students Are Not Their Income

Sofia Barnett, Editor-In-Chief November 12, 2020

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, only 18% of all colleges and universities in the United States had a test-optional policy for prospective students. Now, under the terms of our “new normal,” tests are...

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Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Uswa Saeed, Cen10 News Reporter October 23, 2020

On September 18th of this year, we lost an iconic Supreme Court Justice to metastatic cancer of the pancreas. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a strong-willed and successful woman who fought against gender discrimination...

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