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Booked for a Lifetime

Booked for a Lifetime

Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter

December 9, 2019

CPHS Librarian Debby Barnes has been selected to be a reader for the TAYSHAS reading program. This is one of the reading programs created for high schools and is equivalent to the Bluebonnet reading program for elementary schools and the Lone Star reading program for middle schools.  “I think it...

Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

November 29, 2019

There is no question about the importance of teachers in a school. Without them, the school could never run in the first place. They help improve skills in math, English, science and many other things in hopes of preparing us for a bright future, but there is a lot more to them that students don’t s...

Suburban Safari

Suburban Safari

Kieren Garner, Reporter

November 27, 2019

It’s not uncommon for the average household to have a dog or a cat, or even a fish. But senior Natalia Peck is the proud owner to thirty one animals, ranging from the average dog, to eight legged creatures and animals with no legs at all. According to Peck, animals have always been a love of hers, and ...

Fashion Forward

Fashion Forward

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

November 22, 2019

From high heels to bright lights and runways, the fashion industry has it all, including creative designers and models. After discussing it earlier this year, copresidents junior Reese Parker and senior Katherine Ng decided to create a fashion club where students with all levels of experience and in...

All About that Anime

All About that Anime

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

November 18, 2019

For many generations, Anime has entertained and inspired both children and adults. Although created in Japan, the unique art style has reached viewers across oceans, including admirers in America. With the previous Anime club disbanded a few years ago, seniors Nicole Jensen and Conner Gillmore took it...

Straight to the Point

Straight to the Point

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

November 12, 2019

Sword fighting may seem like something meant only for Musketeer movies and adventure books, however, for sophomore Tamara Eslava, fencing has become more than something out of a fantasy; it has become a major part of her life.  "At first I was kind of scared thinking I would never get the hang...

A1 Tips to go D1

A1 Tips to go D1

Addy Bates, Reporter

November 12, 2019

From larger sports like football and volleyball to smaller sports like tennis and bowling, certain high school athletes hope to play at the collegiate level in the future. During the end of athlete's junior year and the beginning of their senior year, hopeful athletes have already begun the recruiti...

Bags Full Of Bags

Bags Full Of Bags

Ava Caldwell, Reporter

November 11, 2019

With donations pouring in, Timberwolves for The Environment decided to take charge and reuse plastic bags for a better cause. Science teacher and Timberwolves For The Environment sponsor, Shannon Mcpherson, originally took over this project when a neighbor could no longer participate. Now, the clu...

The Rise After The Fall

The Rise After The Fall

Noah Hedges, Reporter

November 7, 2019

Marching productions for the Cedar Park band come with about a year of thought. As soon as one season ends, directors are already finding music to put into a show, along with different concepts to go with the musical selections. This season, the production came after a disheartening end to the 2018 s...

Thirty One Days of Ink

Thirty One Days of Ink

Emily Mahoney, Reporter

November 6, 2019

With art prompts like “Enchanted” and “Ancient” in addition to an online community of millions, who wouldn’t be inspired to create? Joining artists of all levels of skill and walks of life, sophomore Avery Reese took up the challenge of Inktober this year, a thirty one item prompt list tha...

ASL Honor Society Attends Texas School For The Deaf Homecoming

ASL Honor Society Attends Texas School For The Deaf Homecoming

Emily Mahoney, Reporter

November 1, 2019

While weaving through crowds in a large courtyard lined with booths selling jewelry and t-shirts in addition to clamoring to order food and socialize, the last thing you might expect to hear is near silence. Under a calm overcast sky, the Texas School for the Deaf’s homecoming event was anything b...

Good Morning, Buenos Días

Good Morning, Buenos Días

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

November 1, 2019

Most days, students start their mornings in Den with an episode of the Wolfcast where they have the opportunity to keep up to date with news going on at school as well as be entertained by shows like 'Doctor Love' and 'Cooking with Claire.' This year broadcast students, with the help of broadcast adviser...

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