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  • October 26Join Spanish Club at Meson Sabika on Thursday at 3:45pm. Permission slips & $28 is due to a Spanish teacher by Tuesday.

  • October 26Lit Mag’s “Mystery Month” You have 1 week remaining to submit entries to get published & win a gift card!

  • October 26Fall Blood Drive–Nov. 1st . Permission slips are available in Activities & Nurses’ Office. You must be 16 to donate.

  • October 26Multi Cultural Club Pot Luck Oct. 29th in the café from 5:30-8:00pm. RAIN & UAC will perform. Cost is $5.00 or a dish.

  • October 26TC presents: “The Good Doctor” Nov. 3rd–7:30pm, Nov. 4th & 5th 8:00pm in the Auditorium. Tickets $5.00 each

  • October 26Spirits Winterguard Tryouts Tues., Nov. 15th 6-9pm in café, Thurs., Nov. 17th 6-9:30pm Adapt. PE Gym. Must have a physical.

  • October 26Spooky Grams on sale thru Friday for 50 cents each during lunch hours in café. Sponsored by Sophomore Class Council.

  • October 26Participate in the Central Times duo Halloween contest! See social media for details.

  • October 26ASL (American Sign Language) Club meets this Wednesday after school

Final results for $100,000 Global Scholar grant to come in December

Final results for $100,000 Global Scholar grant to come in December

Julie Park, Profiles Editor

Nov 30 • No Comments

Science Olympiad Team competes in first competition at Palatine High School

Science Olympiad Team competes in first competition at Palatine High School

November 29, 2016

New Water street district to debut; hotels and retail available

New Water street district to debut; hotels and retail available

November 25, 2016

Teacher art to be displayed in hallways

Teacher art to be displayed in hallways

November 24, 2016

Team bonding, success at JSA Fall State Conference

Team bonding, success at JSA Fall State Conference

November 22, 2016

District enrollment decline to stabilize

District enrollment decline to stabilize

November 22, 2016

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Central’s Poms place fourth at IHSA regional dance competition, look forward to regionals

Central’s Poms place fourth at IHSA regional dance competition, look forward to regionals

Megan Mehta, Correspondent

Nov 30 • No Comments

Football misses playoffs for first time since 2012

Football misses playoffs for first time since 2012

November 29, 2016

Cubs win World Series, send shocks through Central

Cubs win World Series, send shocks through Central

November 16, 2016

My Ferris Bueller-esque day with the Chicago Cubs

My Ferris Bueller-esque day with the Chicago Cubs

November 5, 2016

Cubs are World Series champs… and I spent two hours at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Cubs are World Series champs… and I spent two hours at Dick’s Sporting Goods

November 3, 2016

The Life of a Tennis Player

The Life of a Tennis Player

November 3, 2016

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Comparisons: beneficial or harmful?

Naina Prasad and Riddhi Andurkar

Nov 29 • No Comments

Can this get much worse?

Can this get much worse?

November 21, 2016

Naperthrill: the most terrifying tales of the town

Naperthrill: the most terrifying tales of the town

October 26, 2016

Donald Trump fundraiser at Bolingbrook Golf Club

Donald Trump fundraiser at Bolingbrook Golf Club

September 29, 2016

A brief history of terrorist attacks around the world

A brief history of terrorist attacks around the world

February 16, 2016

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Wear your ethics

Wear your ethics

Virginia Aabram, Head News Editor

Rachel Fruin, math teacher, shares her support for ethically-made clothing in a Q&A with the Central Times.

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Nov 29 • No Comments

Club of the Month: American Sign Language Club

Club of the Month: American Sign Language Club

November 22, 2016

The Life of a Tennis Player

The Life of a Tennis Player

November 3, 2016

New Staff 2016: Jana Mucho

New Staff 2016: Jana Mucho

October 29, 2016

New Staff 2016: Mike Schultz

New Staff 2016: Mike Schultz

October 27, 2016

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Naperville Central High School's award-winning newspaper.
Naperville Central High School's award-winning newspaper.