Central Stampede

Changes to ACT/MME week

Madison Jaqua

February 12, 2015

Non-juniors hoping for a five-day mid-winter break will be seriously disappointed to learn they still must report to school on Tuesday, March 3, after juniors have finished ACT testing. On Tuesday morning, March 3, only juniors...

Student Council Leads Distracted Driving Program

Madison Jaqua

February 9, 2015

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, in 2013, 43 percent of teens admitted to having used their phones at least once while driving in the 30 days prior to the survey. Junior Nikki Mason said she often sees drivers...

Animal Welfare Club has successful fundraiser

Madison Jaqua

December 19, 2014

Last week the Animal Welfare Club hosted their first ever fundraiser, Santa Paws.  This fundraiser was to raise money for a homeless dog named Haley.  Haley is a cocker spaniel mix that has heartworms disease and is also blind. ...

Montage makes its return after six year absence

Nico Schuen

December 19, 2014

Montage, the creative writing and visual publication, is making its return this year. Following the 2008-2009 school year, the publication ceased to exist. However, with the help of advisor Tyler Baas, Montage will begin to meet...

Change in Michigan’s Gas Tax Policy

Scott Solomon

December 19, 2014

There were multiple pieces of legislation at the state level that would aim to fix the problem of paying for the reconstruction of Michigan’s roads, that were being debated on during the lame-duck session before the holidays...

New Water Street to Open in Portage Centre Plaza

Malak Ghazal

December 18, 2014

Water Street Coffee Joint opened up on Kalamazoo Ave. and Water St. in 1993 where a service station was originally located. In the past twenty years, the company has expanded to Oakland and Borgess and even has a roasting house...

Information on “Movie Night”

Madison Jaqua

December 16, 2014

On Wednesday night, the first “Movie Night” in two years, hosted by Student Council, will take place in the Community Room. Cost of entry will be $3, and that will include the student’s admission as well as popcorn. There...

Mustang Profile: Senior plans to attend college on the other side of the world

Caitlin Matthews

December 16, 2014

For most seniors, ‘going away’ for college means the other side of the nation. For Senior Jordan Wilson, going away is the other side of the planet. Ever since she was in 5th grade, Wilson knew she wanted to draw Manga for...

From an Art Perspective

Carly Fleck

December 15, 2014

"Art is a way of expression, and a way of life," said Junior, Della Steenstra. Steenstra is a Design 2 student who has strived in mosaic paintings and pottery since her freshman year. Read More »...

Information on Upcoming Fall Formal

Gabe Pedraza

November 13, 2014

This year’s fall formal will be held in the Commons on Nov. 15. The cost is $10 for a ticket and will go from 8 p.m to 11 p.m. Read More »...

Mustang Profiles: Joshua Loebig

Caitlin Matthews

November 5, 2014

Away from the crowds and noises of the Commons, junior Joshua Loebig eats his lunch in the back hallway by the band room. There, it is quiet and spacious, the perfect place for Loebig to play guitar and throw cards. Yes, cards...

‘Midsummer Jersey’ Delivers New Edge to Shakespeare

Shawna Huang

November 5, 2014

This year’s fall production of “Midsummer Jersey,” directed by Tyler Baas and Laura Huff, is a hilarious retelling of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” The play takes the story to modern-day New Jersey,...

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