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The Place Gives Support

The Place Gives Support

Baylor Collins, Staff Writer

April 2, 2020

Encircled by an asphalt roundabout and built into the side of a hill sits an off-white, flat-roofed cube, nestled firmly into the Earth. Inside, a maze of beige hallways and cluttered storage space provide home to an ever-active charity organization. The Place of Forsyth, it’s called, and its operations multiply in...

Make Me Smile Memes

Make Me Smile Memes

All of Us, Staff Writers

April 2, 2020

During these times, everyone needs a moment to smile; everyone needs a little break from the strange reality. At the Central Scene, our answer to this is unremarkable, but useful and significant: laughter. Here are some of our favorite memes.  

Do Schools Kill Students’ Creativity

Do Schools Kill Students' Creativity

Trey Kuhn, Jacob Haslett

December 10, 2019

In this day and age, there is more of a demand than ever for unique and creative people in the workforce. However, at the same time, there is also a severe lack of people who are able to develop unique ideas. This is in part attributed to the American education system and the way it prepares student...

Adopt- Don’t Shop!

Adopt- Don't Shop!

Isabella Busse, Olivia Thees, and Laurel Daniel

December 4, 2019

As the holiday season gets closer, parents are starting to think about gifts for their children. At the same time, their little ones may be increasing their efforts to get their first pet, especially puppies. For those who are considering adding a new four-legged member of the family, instead of buyin...

Are you addicted to your phone?

Are you addicted to your phone?

Emma Harding, Staff Editor

December 4, 2019

Recently, there have been more and more discussions about the amount of time people spend on their phones. Sometimes it’s for reasons that can’t be helped but for the most part it’s due to the addiction that people have to them.  Whatever the case may be, this obsession that people have to alw...

The Tedious Struggles of Mental Health

The Tedious Struggles of Mental Health

Jack Ramu, Punion Editor

November 13, 2019

In 2019, mental health is no joke in the American public school system. Most students have dealt with the side effects of poor mental health and can speak to the impact it takes on one's life. But are we addressing these problems correctly? Is it enough to simply recognize the problem without providing a...

The seniors ‘nod to those who have served

The seniors 'nod to those who have served

Emma Harding, Staff Editor

November 12, 2019

This past Friday night, the varsity football team paid tribute to those who have served in honor of the upcoming Veterans Day. As the team ran out from the weight room like they always do, the seniors ran with pride as they carried large American flags onto the field. They then proceeded to step for...

Can A Student’s Activism Hold a Candle to Real World Problems?

Can A Student's Activism Hold a Candle to Real World Problems?

Trey Kuhn, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

Many people have heard of the name Greta Thurnberg, but who is she and what has made her so popular?  Her identity and what she does may not have much of an impact on people right now, but in another decade or two her words could be all the difference in the world. Greta Thunberg is a climate change activist....

End of Season Energy?

End of Season Energy?

Ryan Meyer, Sports Editor

November 8, 2019

As most people could guess sports are exhausting. However, many sports teams treat the end of their seasons in different ways. Some groups relax and others gather what they've learned from their seasons and keep going. Some individuals might have to push harder than others for state meets or tournaments....

Bulldog Best Week Themes

Bulldog Best Week Themes

Emma Harding, Staff Editor

October 28, 2019

Here is a look at the for the Bulldog Best themes of the week.   Monday - Pajama Day Dress in your comfiest PJ’s today. Just remember to not fall asleep in class… ;)  Tuesday - Decade Day Central is experiencing a flash from the past. Here’s a quick look at how each decade is best re...

New Year; New Rules

New Year; New Rules

Emma Harding, Staff Editor

September 26, 2019

It’s been over a month since school has started for Forsyth County. By this time, one might think that students are settled into their everyday school routine but this is not the case for students of Forsyth Central. At the beginning of the year, changes were made within the school in multiple differen...

Social Media

Social Media

Heidy Lopez-Rangel, Staff Writer

September 24, 2019

Today’s youth has access to the internet which offers a wide selection of social media - Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and YouTube are some of the most common ones. Within these sites, many have created such a name for themselves that they now depend on social media as a career. Various types of p...

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