The Centralian

Women History Month

Key Robinson, Staff

March 29, 2019

"From the lives of young, immigrant women who worked the textile mills at Lowell National Historical Park to those of the female shipyard workers who were essential to the home front during World War II at Rosie the Riveter/Wor...

No Longer

No Longer

January 25, 2019

Felt Once More

Felt Once More

November 2, 2018

A Girl Worth Fighting For

Elliana Hughes

October 31, 2018

I am a girl worth fighting for. Notice, I didn’t stutter or shrink when I said it. It hasn’t been easy, loving this monster, also known as me. I have been told that 3% of the population is redheaded. Apparently, that 3% has no so...


Recall Comics

October 31, 2018

Frightening Flash Fiction

Frightening Flash Fiction

October 17, 2018

Breaking Boundaries: Stereotypes

Elliana Hughes, Guest Writer

October 9, 2018

Stereotypes, they're a funny thing. You see, we are put into these boxes, but we don't fit into them. And they either make us or break us. But what do I know? I'm just a sophomore in high school. But I'm smarter than you ...

From Princesses to Queens

Elliana Hughes, Staff

March 28, 2018

Once upon a time, we were little princesses, but now it is time for the queens inside us to arise. Being a girl in today's society is hard. We are faced with things like body image, makeup, and boys from such a young age. W...

I AM: A Slam Poem

Elliana Hughes, Staff

March 7, 2018

I am tired. I am in pain. I have nothing to gain. My life is going nowhere. I hear these lies from the time I wake to the time I lay down.  Every waking moment is like I'm going to insanity. I want to go back to my fant...

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