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Gaga adds flavor to bland music industry

December 4, 2009

Just saying "Lady Gaga" around any teenager is sure to ignite debate. Whether it be about her music or rumored anatomical structure, it is hard to say she's not unique. Personally, I love Lady Gaga. I have never seen an artist who embraces individuality the way that she does. Lyrics of songs like "Pap...

YIG’s technical group shines at state

Brittany Kinealy

December 3, 2009

Youth in Government traveled to Jefferson City for its annual statewide convention. Schools from all around Missouri went to the state capitol to introduce bills and legislation to peers. The two day trip resulted in significant legislative success for Central. The convention's student governor faile...

Students receive word of EOC results

Brittany Kinealy

October 20, 2009

In the past few days, students who took an End of Course Exam last year have been getting their test results in the mail. Though individual results vary, as a whole, FHC looks to have excelled. "I'm very proud of Central's students," said Dr. Sonny Arnel. "We are number two in the area in communicati...

Peace Prize based on Obama hype

October 15, 2009

If you've watched any news station or come across a copy of Time Magazine, then chances are you've heard some of the buzz surrounding President Barack Obama's Nobel Peace Prize win. The nuts who can often be seen comparing Obama to Hitler while nearly going into cardiac arrest on Fox News are clearly ou...

School fears the threat of the tweet

Brittany Kinealy

September 30, 2009

If you've yet to hear the buzz on campus, Twitter has been blocked at FHC. Added to the list with Facebook and Myspace, the social networking site is no longer accessible at school. Students already are disgruntled. According to pcmag.com, visits to Twitter have increased 1382% in the last year alon...

Ties and heels fill halls

September 23, 2009

GQ Day was an opportunity for students and fashionistas alike to show off some style. Tuxedos, stilettos and fancy dresses could be seen all around campus. More than just a day to dress up, GQ Day offers students a stylish chance to demonstrate school spirit. "We're trying to get some school spirit ra...

Common EOC myths debunked

Brittany Kinealy

September 8, 2009

The End of Course Exam: for one week each year, students adjust their schedules to accommodate this test. Though not every student is required to take it, it's fair to say that in one way or another it affects everyone. The EOC though can actually be beneficial. Colleges don't exactly review the score...

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