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A Last Message From The Senior Class

A Last Message From The Senior Class

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
June 2, 2017
Filed under Features, Top Stories

In these last few days of high school, seniors are looking back on their time here. Some with joy, some with sadness, some wishing they had the time to do all the things they didn’t get the chance to. With the knowledge the senior class has now, their underclassmen years would have been a breeze, but s...

Humans of CP: Hannah Stein

Humans of CP: Hannah Stein

Jordy Peterson, Reporter
June 2, 2017
Filed under Features, Humans of CP, Most Recent, Recent Stories

Not only is sophomore Hannah Stein an all AP student, she’s also a dancer at Impact Dance Company. Stein has juggled between studying for AP Psychology tests and late night dance practices, while still maintaining active in her church, social life and as a leader of multiple clubs at Cedar Park. ...

Students Balance Jobs With Summer Plans

Students Balance Jobs With Summer Plans

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
May 26, 2017
Filed under Features, Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

With summer fast approaching students are starting to think about their plans for the break. Amid music festivals and beach trips, some students have decided to add a summer job to their schedule. From earning some extra cash to simply having something to do, the students of CP have a number of reasons ...

Political Orientation: Does It Matter?

Political Orientation: Does It Matter?

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
May 24, 2017
Filed under Features, Most Recent, News, Opinion, Top Stories

Political Orientation: Does It Matter? Never ask a woman her weight, adults their salary or friends their political orientation. That was the mantra that many students were taught from a young age. Yet, with social media, political orientation is becoming more prominent to one’s social status and...

Northwestern Acquires skillful Pianist Eunice Lee

Northwestern Acquires skillful Pianist Eunice Lee

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter
May 18, 2017
Filed under Features, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Eunice Lee: The classically trained pianist with a passion for her musical craft and a skillful mind in the field of academics. Playing the piano serves as a major factor in her life, something she defines as a roller coaster of emotions that can leave her with feelings of overwhelming joy along with ...

Behind the Camera of CPHS News: Zach Burleson

Behind the Camera of CPHS News: Zach Burleson

Houston Fuller, Reporter
May 16, 2017
Filed under Features, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Journalism within a school can have an enormous impact on the student body and how they receive information. Senior Zach Burleson has been a part of broadcast class for the majority of his high school career and has helped shape the culture of CPHS. His job within the class has been to operate the mysterious...

Maddie Cox Pursues Love of Robotics and Art

Maddie Cox Pursues Love of Robotics and Art

Avery Deen, Reporter
May 15, 2017
Filed under Features, Most Recent, Recent Stories

A sharp click sound resonates through an empty courtyard as blue heels hit the cold pavement. Dressed to the nines, senior Maddie Cox leads a group of robotics students to the Computer-Aided Design (or CAD) lab. Cox entered high school hoping to be the next Coco Chanel, but now holds dreams of being...

Senior Sean Wright Will Continue to Study Music at TCU

Senior Sean Wright Will Continue to Study Music at TCU

Nick Hedges, Reporter
May 11, 2017
Filed under Features, Top Stories

It’s a cold December weekend in Central Texas, and while most Cedar Park students enjoy this weekend in the blanketing comfort of their home, a handful of band students make the long trek out to Cedar Ridge High School for the Region Band auditions. Among them is Sean Wright, at this time a sophomore saxophone pl...

Senior Morgan Grosch ranked 21 nationally for debate

Senior Morgan Grosch ranked 21 nationally for debate

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
May 10, 2017
Filed under Features, Most Recent, Top Stories

Debate resolution:  Public colleges and universities in the United States ought not restrict any constitutionally protected speech. Senior Morgan Grosch studied this year's debate topic written in blue ink on the board, her mind already strategizing the numerous ways in which she would prepare for...

The Two Women of DECA: Seniors Avery Daniel and Brittany Ballou

The Two Women of DECA: Seniors Avery Daniel and Brittany Ballou

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
May 9, 2017
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Features, Top Stories

Slipping the cool glass between their fingers, DECA VP of competition, senior Avery Daniel, and DECA president, senior Brittany Ballou, have been competing in DECA since sophomore year, hoping for the chance to make it to ICDC, and this year they did. ICDC is the international competition DECA hosts...

Nika Torabi Paints Foster the People Album on Her Wall

Nika Torabi Paints Foster the People Album on Her Wall

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter
May 9, 2017
Filed under Features, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Self-aware, enthusiastic and woke: the three terms that formulate to embody Nika Torabi. She is always wondering how people perceive her, constantly working on her faults to better her character. Social issues are something that she is educated on. She finds herself excited to face whatever is thrown...

A Long Journey for Jensen Culminates in College Station

A Long Journey for Jensen Culminates in College Station

Nick Hedges, Reporter
May 8, 2017
Filed under Features, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

The soccer team gathers to vote for team captains. It’s always a momentous occasion for players, especially those who face their last season on the team. The vote is not long, but feels like an eternal election to those up for selection. Finally, the athletes come to a verdict and announce senior S...

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