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How To Deal With Family Members During A Pandemic?

Cheshta Bajaj, Cen10 News Reporter

September 11, 2020

Spending weeks to months in isolation indoors with the same few people can become hectic for several reasons. To name a few,   You long for social interaction with others You may feel physically weak due to limited exposure to sunlight You understand how annoying your family members...

Mental Health Care During COVID-19

Uswa Saeed, Cen10 News Reporter

September 10, 2020

During this unexpected pandemic, there are many things one could be worried about, whether it be safety, health, finance, or otherwise. With all these factors pressing down on people, mental health may be neglected or forgotten. However, people should be taking care of themselves now more than ever...

A Guide to College Applications

A Guide to College Applications

Sofia Barnett, Editor-In-Chief

September 8, 2020

As arguably one of the strangest school years in modern history starts to kick into full swing, Centennial High School seniors are setting off on one of the most trying journeys of their young lives: the college application process. Now, while it might look like a daunting and impossible task at first, I...

How To Vote

How To Vote

Matheus Robinson, Cen10 News Reporter

March 3, 2020

As students turn 18, they are able to join the political process by voting. Unfortunately, not many understand the process and are turned off by the idea of going through it. However, what students fail to realize is that voting is not as tedious or intimidating as it may seem. To be able to vote...

A Trip for the Holidays

A Trip for the Holidays

Akshita Vanapamala, Cen10 News Reporter

November 7, 2019

The holiday season is right around the corner and is the most popular time to travel.  Many families utilize this time as a great opportunity to relax, visit different places, or even spend time and visit family. However, with so many people traveling around the world, traveling tends to get diff...

Places for Students to Work

Places for Students to Work

Katherine Tarpley, Cen10 News Reporter

November 7, 2019

Spending money is a pastime for teens. Going to the mall, movies, shopping and eating out multiple times a week can take a toll on parents' wallets. Getting a job is a good way of making money and being independent.   Places to Work: Aerie American Eagle Andy’s Frozen Custard Ba...

VSCO Girls: The Turtle Rescuers

VSCO Girls: The Turtle Rescuers

Cheshta Bajaj, Cen10 News Reporter

October 22, 2019

Starting as a TikTok meme for everybody to enjoy but turning into something bigger, VSCO girls thrive to this day. VSCO girls can be easily spotted in Birkenstock sandals, shorts, and oversized shirts. They are usually middle schoolers and high school freshmen who always carry a hydro flask, a lot...

Students vs. AP Classes

Akshita Vanapamala, Cen10 News Reporter

October 22, 2019

Many students in high school have been struggling to keep up with school work as well as extracurricular activities. In fact, many students have decided to take more AP classes for one major reason, college. But how are highschoolers able to keep up with the stress and how do they feel about it?  I had asked ...

Everything You Need To Know About Homecoming

Matheus Robinson, Cen10 News Reporter

September 26, 2019

It’s Homecoming season at Centennial High School, and this year it’s more different than it has been in the last four years; It is almost a month earlier, the game will not be against a frisco team, and the race for Homecoming Court is a close one this year. Here’s everything you need to know abo...

School and College Stress

Cheshta Bajaj, Cen10 News Reporter

September 26, 2019

Good grades. The highest GPA. The perfect SAT score. The best resumes and applications. Stressful classes. Anxiety-arousing situations at school. Maintaining a social life. With so much on our minds daily, it can be hard to not feel obligated to be perfect and have your life together. A lot of us h...

The Importance of Bilingualism

Sofia Barnett, Cen10 News Reporter

September 26, 2019

Studies conducted by the University of Washington illustrate that fluency in at least two languages leads to a wage increase of anywhere from 5 to 20 percent and additionally has become a critical factor companies consider in the process of staff recruitment and position promotions. Bilingualism: a con...

Prom: What not to Wear

Prom: What not to Wear

Emily Walker, Co-Editor-In-Chief

March 7, 2019

Prom is just around the corner so that means it's time to think about what you are going to wear. Be sure to follow the these rules: Students are welcome to wear a dress, suit and tie, or a formal tuxedo. No jeans, cutoffs, flip flops or tennis shoes, including chuck taylors. Non-formal headwear ...

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