Valentines Day: Love it or Hate it

Alyssa Rester It is now February and with February comes Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day, a day you spend either showering your significant other with love and gifts, or sulking alone in annoyance. The truth is you either love it or hate it, and people from all walks of life are opening up about the Hallmark…

My Story

Jessica Johnson When I was born, I was almost immediately rushed from hospital to St. Johns Armenian Church. My mom said my baptism was a beautiful ceremony. She said she was proud as she watched our head priest at the time dip me into the holy water that is said to cleanse my sins for…

Biggest night in Hollywood

By: Katie Percha As is only right with the 90th anniversary, the Academy Awards on March 4 were full of historical winnings and presentations. From the best picture winner, The Shape of Water, to Jimmy Kimmel’s quick-witted beginning monologue, the awards were a source of entertainment and advertisement for everyone involved in both making movies…

Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. life

By: Leila Barnes Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day, which falls on January 15 this year, is set aside each year as an opportunity to honor the legacy of the famous activist who fought for equal rights among Americans. Dr. King certainly made an impact in America, but what did he change for Central students…

Coping with a Mental Illness

By: Alyssa Rester Mental illness is a very serious and very relevant topic today. Many of us not only have seen loved ones suffer, but also have suffered these illnesses ourselves. But what we have not seen is how we, along with those around us, are supposed to cope and deal with those daily struggles.…

Organization tries to bring light back into children’s lives

By: Alyssa Rester Many kids have the glorious dream of standing in front of Cinderella’s castle and spending their day living like a king or queen in the happiest place on earth. Unfortunately, there are many kids who dream this dream from their hospital beds. Crowns Against Cancer is a non- profit organization whose main…

Let’s take a look back at freshman year

By: Erin Pratt Walking into Walled Lake Central for the first time can be a scary experience. There are people who drive and guys who have tattoos and beards and you’re just a small, little freshman. Looking back four years and realizing how much we have grown comes as a total shock. “I remember being…