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Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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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 and was a force to be reckoned with in the court. Her strength in the face of adversity inspir...

How to Have a Respectful Conversation About Politics

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Hailey Bell, Cen10 News Reporter

October 22, 2020

Due to the upcoming election and opposing political parties, the nation could not be more divided. Whether you are voting for the left or the right side, talking about politics in a respectful manner should not be difficult. However, as previously stated, because the nation is so divided, it seems like th...

People Pleaser And Out of Control? Practice Selective Empathy

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Cheshta Bajaj, Cen10 News Reporter

October 21, 2020

Most of us like to believe that there is good in people regardless of their flaws and some go as far as disregarding unacceptable behavior such as intentionally hurting others for that very purpose. Such disdain towards the self or the innocent party can be very costly to one’s well-being ...

Indigenous People’s Day: What America Should Have Done About Columbus

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Sofia Barnett, Editor-In-Chief

October 21, 2020

In 1492, he sailed the ocean blue and executed the first unofficial genocide of North America. Sounds familiar, right? It may not be the same watered down, eurocentric narrative that has been passed down to you in your history class, but this is the reality of Christopher Columbus and his so-called “discover...

Why Cancel Culture Should be Cancelled

Why Cancel Culture Should be Cancelled

Riya Patwardhan, Cen10 News Reporter

October 5, 2020

With the ongoing rise of social media and similar social platforms, the world has seen the rise of many trends, some harmful and some not. One of these harmful trends include the trend that has grown over the last couple of years called cancel culture. According to Miami Herald, cancel culture is defin...

The Social Media Surge and its Impacts

Riya Patwardhan, Cen10 News Reporter

September 10, 2020

Over the last few months, the world has experienced many unprecedented events. From the rise of the coronavirus, to extended quarantine, to new ways of schooling, the way of living has drastically changed in most places across the globe. These changes have all come with their own consequences, however...

Virtual Learning

Virtual Learning

Hailey Bell, Cen10 News

September 8, 2020

With the continuation of the Coronavirus, schools all over the world are having to come up with creative ways to commence the school year. Because the virus has spread so suddenly, every method strategized to help teach students was very much rushed. This isn't a dig at the teachers or the district be...

The Beauty of Nostalgia

The Beauty of Nostalgia

Anisha Zaman, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2019

“Old Disney died.” “I miss the old Disney.” “I’m so glad I grew up with old Disney.” The term “old Disney” probably holds a lot of significance to anybody born before the housing recession. We grew up coming home from elementary school, grabbing a snack from the pantry, and...

I Saw Mommy Kissing Jeff Bezos

I Saw Mommy Kissing Jeff Bezos

Jack Davis, Cen10 News Reporter

December 20, 2019

A spectre is haunting America - the spectre of the holiday season. A time meant for everyone to participate in merry festivities and gay apparel is drenched in the corrupt, corporate slime of great deals, Black Friday hordes, and consumerism. Christmas has become a corporate holiday, where big retailers an...

2020: Is It Time For Change

2020: Is It Time For Change

Div Daga, Cen10 News Reporter

December 20, 2019

The new year is coming around and that means everyone is coming up with plans on how the new year is going to be better for them and how they’re leaving all of their problems behind in 2019, but it’s important to know that good new year’s resolutions are the ones you can stick to, not the ones ...

On Educated Voting

On Educated Voting

Sofia Barnett, Cen10 News Reporter

December 18, 2019

From the start of our nation’s prosperity, has soon followed the notion of democracy. The conceptual process rooted in the ability of the common people to contribute their beliefs and portray their priorities in the electing of a representative of whom they hold to be of high esteem and profound kno...

The importance of taking notes and tips and tricks

The importance of taking notes and tips and tricks

Hailey Bell, Cen10 News Reporter

December 18, 2019

Often people take notes and then never look at them again. This is because there is no motivation to look at the notes even though they provide us with information crucial to the subject they’re learning about. Sometimes even when they do actually go back and look at their notes they don’t retain...

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