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Google vs. Bing

Google vs. Bing

Hunter-Rose Comtois, Reporter
October 10, 2014
Filed under Entertainment

Google and Bing have been in a war for what search engine is the best. Bing is newer, but Google is known as old reliable. Senior Sam Vaters uses Google instead of Bing because it gives her the best results fast. “Google is what I’m used to,” Vaters said, “It provides results quickly, succinctly...

What to watch; upcoming fall television shows

What to watch; upcoming fall television shows

Lexi Rima, Staffer
September 24, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

Anyone who’s a fan of watching television should be excited about Fall 2014; viewers should get ready to surf some channels and get hooked on some new shows, as well as fall in love all over again with series’ new seasons. Promising new series are scheduled to air all throughout September and...

Summer superlatives: The Wolfpack’s favorites from the break

Anjali Sundaram, Lauren Kriss, and Emilee Guernsey
September 18, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

Best Movie Lauren Kriss The novel that captured many of our imaginations in sixth grade has been reincarnated in cinematic form. Based on the 1994 Newbery Medal winning novel by Lois Lowry, “The Giver” dazzles with stunning cinematography and fascinating characters. Brenton Thwaites endears h...

Streaming in: New YouTube Stars

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
September 18, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

In the past couple of years, YouTube has introduced a new career occupation: YouTubers. YouTubers are paid by YouTube. According to the Celebrity Network website, YouTubers are getting paid millions of dollars, right from their bedroom. “It’s a new form of entertainment,” sophomore Avery Daniel...

Book Review: Allegiant

Lizzy Lamm
December 18, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

Title: Allegiant Author: Veronica Roth Rating: 9/10 series, 8/10 Allegiant Price: $11.97 online, Barnes and Noble   Allegiant is the third and final book of the Divergent Trilogy by Veronica Roth. The series is about a girl named Beatrice or 'Tris' who lives in a dystopian society,...

New music brewing

Lauren Kriss
January 16, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Uncategorized

When Juniors Jack DeCiutiis and PNG Co-Vice President Donelvan Thigpen met in middle school theatre class, they became instant friends. Both musicians, they bonded over their love of playing guitar and piano. In addition, DeCiutiis plays regular and Peruvian Box drums, the ukulele, and the harmonica. According...

All I want for Christmas are exemptions

Paige Parks
December 13, 2012
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

It’s that time of year again, fellow Timberwolves. Finals week is approaching very quickly, with only a week left until the first day of exams. Along with finals comes exemptions, or for freshmen and sophomores, a lack of exemptions. A confusing new policy introduced last year has limited exemptions...

Taylor Swift releases new album

Madi Carley
November 12, 2012
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

 A lot more pop and a lot less country, Taylor Swift has gone mainstream. She just released her newest album, “Red,” on Oct. 22.  The album topped in the all-genre Top Albums chart on iTunes in just a short 36 minutes of release and scored 13 of her songs from this album on the Top 20 Songs on i...

(Almost) everybody does the T-wolf Rumble

Savannah Burchfiel
October 31, 2012
Filed under Entertainment, Features, Opinion

Friday nights in the fall, students in Texas suffer from hoarse voices and lack of sleep. With football playing such a main role in the lives of Texans, you would expect to hear rolling thunder from the stands when the varsity team rolls out. Some students have taken charge and lead the stands in...

Fall Fun in Austin

Hannah Lundin
October 29, 2012
Filed under Entertainment

Fall is arguably one of the best seasons, but as Austenites, we only get a small glimpse of it. On those few days in October and November when we do have cool, 60 degree weather and aren’t forced to wear shorts and sandals while the rest of the county is wearing boots and scarves, there aren’t many...

Austin City Limits Fever [ACL Recap]

Savannah Burchfiel
October 23, 2012
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Uncategorized

The halls were empty, but the roads were congested. The attendance office handled a seemingly endless flow of passes for ‘doctor’s appointments.’ Although some students remained in class, they stared into space; their minds were elsewhere. From the outside, it may have looked like a contagion had...

A Premiere Production

LIzzy Lamm
October 23, 2012
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

“All My Sons”, a drama written by Arthur Miller, was simply perfected by the cast of the CPHS Theatre department. I enjoyed the way the actors portrayed and embraced their characters, and really brought out the emotion at the right moments, although I thought Miller’s plot was somewhat lacking ...

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