State of the Union sets the stage for 2015

State of the Union sets the stage for 2015

Neal Hasan, Correspondent
January 22, 2015
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Social Media Editorial

Social Media Editorial

Central Times Staff
January 21, 2015
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As teenagers, we  often have the desire to keep in touch with our  friends and classmates at all hours of the day.  In the past few years, new social media sites have appeared—namely Instagram and Snapchat—that attract the teenage audience. These social networks, together with more established... Read more »

Sony is forming a new brand of censorship

Sony is forming a new brand of censorship

Sahi Padmanabhan, Features Editor
December 25, 2014
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Over the past few days especially, it’s been clear that Sony is doing a “hack” job recovering from the cyber attack on their server. After the announcement of “The Interview,” North Korea has warned of ramifications following the release of the film, starring Seth Rogan and James Franco... Read more »

When English Comes Second

When English Comes Second

Freya Sonnichsen, Staff Photographer
December 22, 2014
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“When did you move here?” “Can you say something in Danish?” “Wait, where is Denmark again?” It’s very likely that I will be asked either one or all three of these questions when I’m meeting new people. By one look at me, you would never guess I’m not American. It’s not apparent... Read more »

Why “touché” is the best word

Why “touché” is the best word

Drew Quiriconi, Opinions Editor
December 21, 2014
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Touché is the most beautiful word in the English language. Or is it French? Well it doesn’t matter, what’s important is the word itself. The word literally means touched. When you hit your opponent in fencing, they say touché to signify a point against them. In an argument, touché means that... Read more »

Why minimum wage deserves maximum attention

Why minimum wage deserves maximum attention

Brian Crotty and Neal Hasan, Correspondents
December 19, 2014
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Required school uniforms: Not that bad?

Required school uniforms: Not that bad?

Freya Sonnichsen, Staff Photographer
December 3, 2014
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Faux real faux-bias

Faux real faux-bias

Sharon Pan, Online Managing Editor
November 21, 2014
Filed under Columns, Opinions

Breaking news! Faux-bias are taking over the nation as we speak. From Fear-bola, anarchno-bia, to bee-fauxbia, it is believed that 308,000 Americans are suffering from faux-bias today. These irrational fears have grown tremendously since Fear-bola has taken over. Faux-bias are caused by the amygdala... Read more »

What so proudly we hail? Central needs more Veterans Day recognition

What so proudly we hail? Central needs more Veterans Day recognition

Maya Fenter, Front Page News Editor
November 11, 2014
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