Lesley Arimah Visits Century

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Serenna Werling | Staff Writer
Ramon Varela | Photographer
On October 25, Leslie Nneka Arimah, author of “What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky,” visited Century to speak and read stories from her acclaimed book.  The afternoon event kicked off at 1:30, with Arimah reading her short stories “The […]

Century’s Study Abroad Future

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Jada Johnsn | Staff Writer
Studying abroad is starting to become one of the staples of attending a college or university in America. Whether just to travel to a new place to share in some fun with classmates or to learn more about the world one culture at a time, studying […]

When Silence Isn’t Golden

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Sara Romanoski | Staff Writer
Christopher Juhn | Photographer
“I feel sad, I wasn’t surprised, it’s America.” This was the response of Vice President of Student Affairs Joyce Coleman in relation to this summer’s event in Charlottesville, Virginia. Although it has been nearly three months since the incident, smaller scale injustices happen […]

Get to Know Century College’s New President: Angelia Millender

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Vladimir Cruz | Editor-in-Chief
Christopher Juhn | Photographer
As of July 1, 2017, Angelia Millender has officially started her term here as Century College’s new president, and is excited as well as committed in leading Century College to helping students better succeed.
Patrick Opatz, who was formerly interim president for the past 2 […]

A Sociological Look at Race and Incarceration

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Nafiza Hasan | Contributing Writer
When we look at the percentage of the global population that resides in the United States which is five percent, and the percentage of the globes incarcerated population in the United States that is twenty-five percent, any person can see that there is clearly an issue […]

Why Party-ism Is Wrong

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Angelica Chaudary | Contributing Writer
There are some issues that most people classify as the “impolite topics”, and if you want to keep a conversation without arguing, you better stay a considerable distance away from religion, sexuality, and politics.
There is a reason for this. Why politics? Every single individual will always […]

Hmong Traditions with Girls Need to Change

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Anna Xiong | Contributing Writer
Many people still believe in the Hmong traditional ways. A daughter must know skills such as cooking and cleaning the house to be considered as a perfect girl or ready to get married. Parents will find a man to marry their daughter even though the couple […]

A Decision from A Mother’s Heart

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Ybeth Jimenez | Contributing Writer
On Nov. 15, 2015, my life changed for the better. When I came to the United States, I was visiting my daughter because she was sick. I felt that something was behind that, but she did not want to tell me. She was in the United […]

Century Fall Play 2017: Jekyll and Hyde

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Jay Johnson| Staff Writer and Photographer
Serenna Svanoe-Werling | Staff Writer
Christopher Juhn | Photographer
This year’s fall play here at Century College has a title many will recognize. “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” a stage adaptation by Jeffrey Hatcher of “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” will be showing […]

The Difference in Grammar Rules

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Susmita Kunwor | Contributing Writer
According to a quote found at brainyquote.com, Jeffrey Gitomer says, “Your grammar is a reflection of your image. Good or bad, you have made an impression. And like all impressions, you are in total control.” When you know most of the grammar rules, you are in […]

I Human

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L’Tya Jones | Contributing Writer
“What are you?” It is a simple, yet extremely heavy, annoying, and burdensome question. When I was about seven years old, I still had the wonderful childlike ignorance of not seeing color. My classmates stood around me wide eyed, prodding me for information about my background.
I […]