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MLK Day March Welcomes African American Heritage Club

MLK Day March Welcomes African American Heritage Club

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
January 30, 2017
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"Freedom is never given, it is won," was colorfully written on signs held by CP students as they marched through downtown Austin along with many other schools and groups on Jan. 16. The sky may have been grey, but the hearts and minds of those there that day were not. With school closed in honor of...

PNG Marches Into The Spotlight

PNG Marches Into The Spotlight

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
January 27, 2017
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After a year of absence, CPHS’s own Penguin National Guard has returned to the stage to bring laughter to the school once again. The improv troupe, composed of comedically gifted individuals performed their comeback show this past Friday, Jan. 20, which consisted of multiple comedic games which not only t...

Humans of CP: Jessica Mick

Humans of CP: Jessica Mick

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
January 26, 2017
Filed under Features, Humans of CP

“The most difficult thing for me has been the struggle between trying to be original, but also trying to gain an audience. In the YouTube community, it’s hard because people want to watch the same two videos: what is on your iPhone or your everyday makeup look, but that is just not always as fun....

Humans of CP – Jack Weiland

Humans of CP – Jack Weiland

Houston Fuller, Reporter
January 18, 2017
Filed under Features, Humans of CP

With swim being one of the few year round sports here at CPHS, I interviewed Jack Weiland, the swim team captain about what it takes to be a good leader for the team. "You need to be very encouraging and cheer for the team at meets. You also need a good attitude during practice to keep everybody else...

Humans of CP – Sarah Ray

Humans of CP – Sarah Ray

Houston Fuller, Reporter
January 11, 2017
Filed under Features, Humans of CP

There are so many students at CPHS with different talents and passions. For Sarah Ray (Senior) cosplaying as her favorite characters is something she really enjoys. She told us how she got into cosplaying. "I just kept seeing it on social media and Youtube and I got interested in finding out what it...

Humans of CP – SRO Rodriguez

Humans of CP – SRO Rodriguez

Houston Fuller, Reporter
December 13, 2016
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With Christmas coming up next week, there is a lot of opportunities to do good this holiday season. SRO Rodriguez told us about Blue Santa and how it has impacted the community. "Blue Santa is a citywide thing that the police department does every year and this year we decided to bring it into the high...

PALs: Peer Assistance Leadership

PALs: Peer Assistance Leadership

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
December 12, 2016
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In elementary and middle school, we would always see them in the halls. They took students out of class and played games with our friends. The high schoolers that took time out of their day to be a PAL, those were the cool kids. Now, five to eight years later we are the high schoolers and many studen...

Humans of CP – Nathan Sloey

Humans of CP – Nathan Sloey

Houston Fuller, Reporter
December 6, 2016
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As the end of the first semester comes to an end, wrestling is just getting started. Senior, Nathan Sloey (Pictured left) told us what he has been doing in preparation for the upcoming season. " I have been doing a lot of conditioning and weight lifting. My goal is to make it to the state tournament,...

Humans of CP – Heather Gossey

Humans of CP – Heather Gossey

Houston Fuller, Reporter
November 29, 2016
Filed under Features, Humans of CP

Eco Audit has been hard at work collecting water bottles for their new project, but what could they be using water bottles for? We had a chance to talk with senior Heather Gossey about this new recycling project. "For Eco Audit we are making a shed for the garden outside the science building. Th...

Humans of CP – Coach Abseck

Humans of CP – Coach Abseck

Houston Fuller, Reporter
November 15, 2016
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Macy Loyd As the end of the first semester approaches, the football team is preparing for playoffs. Head coach Carl Abseck told us how he feels about this season and what his hopes are for the rest of it. "I am extremely blessed to be at Cedar Park, we have a great group of guys that I get to help coac...

Rivalry Continues Between CP and Vista Ridge through Blue Santa

Rivalry Continues Between CP and Vista Ridge through Blue Santa

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief
October 13, 2016
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After the changes in district boundaries, CP lost a couple of big rivalry schools, including Vista Ridge. No longer being able to compete with Vista through extracurricular activities, SRO Rodriguez partnered with Vista’s officer, SRO Bobo, to create one more competition to keep the schools together. T...

Drumline Steals Third Place for Second Year in a Row

Drumline Steals Third Place for Second Year in a Row

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter
September 30, 2016
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For the second year in a row, the Cedar Park High School drumline placed third in their competition in Dripping Springs on Sept. 17 with a performance they have been working on for months. Vandegrift took first place, while Cedar Ridge came in second. “I was very excited to win the outstanding ...

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