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Lanie Carter | Online Editor
On March 18, during spring break, a group of four males entered the East Campus and combed the main and science/library for any room that was not closed or they could enter without force. They took several measures to avoid cameras by changing clothing to cause […]
Stephen Bruce | Staff Writer
Century students, we are excited to announce that Mr. Reginald Dwayne Betts will be speaking live on campus April 5. At 1 p.m., Betts will read to students in the Lincoln Mall. At 7 p.m., he will again be in Lincoln Mall, and the event is […]
Rose Vanyo| Staff Writer
How does one atone for their mistakes to themselves, when they believe their actions to be unforgivable? Is there a level of reasoning that they can seek in knowledge to help them understand? Or perhaps, a certain recipe for prayer to the right god or services rendered […]
Sophia Yunk | Staff Writer
I lay in my bed looking up at the ceiling, unmotivated to get up and start my day. It’s going to have be this month, maybe even this week. I just want to leave this reality; I want feelings that I get to choose. Minutes soon […]
An Garagiola | Editor in Chief
There are not many legal ways to earn $1,000 for a few hours worked. Scholarships are one way students can work a few hours and get legitimate money for college, which means more money in their pockets every semester.
Stephen Bruce| Staff Writer
A lot has changed regarding programs or institutions available to help out our local youth. My name is Stephen and I run a non-profit called MADIK, which stands for Making A Difference In Kids. I became passionate about the youth in my community at a very young […]
An Garagiola | Editor in Chief
Among the students walking these halls are those facing tougher challenges than writing essays and taking tests. Survivors of drive-by shootings. Veterans trying to readjust to society. Widows forging a new future. Recovering addicts. People who have escaped domestic violence and are regaining their footing.
Rosetta Peters|Editor Creative Writing
Bonnie and Clyde, Mickey and Mallory, Clark Kent and Lois Lane, the Joker and Harley Quinn, and how can we ever forget when Harry met Sally?
I’m talking about true love. Life changing, butterfly giving, amore. This is the love that most college students have with pizza. What’s […]
Nico Van Ostrand | Contributing Writer
Two friends, I had to tell in person. One was my then best friend, John. We’d done all the teenage shenanigans together, and I have an incredible amount of great memories with him. But I could also tell that we were outgrowing each other.
Rosetta Peters | Editor Creative Writing
I KNOW what the caged bird feels, alas!
When the sun is bright on the upland slopes;
When the wind stirs soft through the springing grass,
And the river flows like a stream of glass;
When the first bird sings and the first bud opens,
Mitchell LeGrande | Contributing Writer
ENGL 1022.16 is an honors composition II class. The main focus of the course is to research poverty. The students taking this course are required to research different topics related to poverty.
Krista Herrera | Contributing Writer
When Dr. Doh walked into our Gender in Global Perspective classroom, I had no idea what he was going to talk about. I had read his bio online for class, but I was still interested in what he would be discussing. With a Ph.D. from a […]