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‘Riot Literary Magazine

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The Century High School literary magazine, the ‘Riot, is a First Amendment-supported publication comprised of original writing and artwork submitted by students at Century High School and reviewed, edited and produced by the literary magazine editors. The views expressed within this publication are not direct views of Century High School, the administration or the literary magazine staff.


the ‘RIOT

Previous Century High literary magazine staffs were called Ink and Anti, and the term ‘Riot is derived from the school’s mascot, the Patriots. This name was coined by the previous adviser, Gail Beaudoin, and the editorial staff of 2011. The ‘Riot is now being advised by Mary Van.

The ‘Riot staff aims to represent the creative and artistic passion of our student body. The arts are often overlooked, so this literary magazine provides an outlet for the students of Century High School. By reading the literary magazine, you have supported them in their passions.



Century High School is a public school of about 1,500 students. Every student has the opportunity to submit artwork and writings to be published by the literary magazine. The selection process is run by the editorial staff to ensure the highest quality of artwork and writing is selected.

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The student news site of Century High School - Bismarck, North Dakota.
‘Riot Literary Magazine