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A family-friendly New Year’s Eve

Addison Neely
December 17, 2009
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     Christmas time is here and with the cold weather comes countless hours of shopping as well as numerous paper cuts earned from wrapping presents. Following this money swallower of a holiday is the fun-filled New Year’s Eve.  During New Year’s many students participate in activities that...

The end of the world as we know it

Nathan Smith
December 17, 2009
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     It is the hottest doomsday theory to date.  The idea is one that has swept across many different nations, striking fear into the minds of many and causing giggles amongst others.  The question that is on almost everyone’s mind: Will the world end December 21, 2012?      Keep in mind...

Movie review: A Christmas Carol

Nathan Smith
December 17, 2009
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     On December 19, 1834, author Charles Dickens published his story A Christmas Carol, an apparently timeless holiday classic that has not been out of print for nearly 150 years.  Since then, there have been numerous film adaptations and parodies among the writing and film community. The late...

Breaking Video Game Addiction

Tiffani Randolph
December 17, 2009
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     The dark symptoms of addiction can strike even the most innocent of people. It starts small with rushing home after school to log on and worrying when online friends haven’t been on in a while. It attacks the naive person lying awake at night, inducing thoughts of how to improve game experience...

Cedar Park hosts foreign exchange students

Lauren Hansen
October 22, 2009
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     Cedar Park is part of a foreign exchange program. The program was named “exchange” because originally two students would trade places between different countries. The program no longer requires that the students trade places, so the student may choose where they want to go. This year we...

Students gain independence by living away from parents

Hannah Jane Deciutiis
October 22, 2009
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     In this day and age, there is an increasing trend of teenagers asserting their independence, rebelling against authority, and sticking it to the man—namely, their parents. Is the thought of living without the constraints of an authority figure a dream come true, or a nightmare waiting to happen?     ...

CP band continues tradition of greatness

Laura Sirrianni
October 22, 2009
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     If one were to scan across the crowd at a typical Cedar Park High School football game, they would find that one section of the crowd stands out from the rest. Between playing catchy stand tunes, to getting the crowd going, to marching around the field at halftime at an alarmingly fast pace,...

Forever remembered in our hearts, Coach Sevier

Zach DiSchiano
October 22, 2009
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     Jay Sevier, a former ACE/Health teacher and freshman baseball coach at CPHS four years ago, unexpectedly passed away at Fort Bragg, North Carolina on Saturday, September 19 at the age of 28.        Sevier joined the Army in August of 2007 and attended Infantry One Station Unit Training...

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Ashley Hughes and Sam Kuykendall
February 10, 2009
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             The main problem with Valentine’s Day is the gift selection process, especially when it is exceptionally easy to fall into the black hole of cliché gifts advertised everywhere. The gifts for girls generally include the typical flower bouquet, the heart shaped chocolate and the ...

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