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World News: the news before Christmas

World News: the news before Christmas

Jake Herrick
December 18, 2015
Filed under Opinion

  The Dark Side of Disney’s 4.05 billion dollar investment already seems to be paying off. Currently one Star Wars ticket is sold every second, though the movie hasn't even been released yet, according to the Telegraph. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is due to be released Friday the 18th in ...

The San Bernardino massacre

Jake Herrick, Reporter
December 18, 2015
Filed under Opinion

San Bernardino CA, host of the most recent atrocity in the “war on terror” (specifically domestic terrorism), was the site of yet another mass- religiously exuberant- shooting. The massacre took place at the Inland Regional Center. Yes; not only did the attack occur at a hospital, but a non-profit...

The Bikram experience and benefits of it

The Bikram experience and benefits of it

Meital Abraham, Reporter
December 4, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

The benefits of Bikram Yoga include detoxification, the improvement of your immune system, flexibility, mental concentration and relaxation of the body, according to Best Health Magazine. But before I express my deep appreciation and love for Bikram Yoga, you have to know the difference between hot yoga...

Five days of Holiday fun

Collyn Burke, Reporter
December 3, 2015
Filed under News, Opinion

Looking for a fun winter date, or just something to do with friends? Enjoy the best of the holiday season with these five fun events! 1) Trail of Lights 2100 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704 Dec. 8-22, 7pm-10pm, free Mon-Fri, $3 Sat-Sun Austin’s famed trail of lights will be open for its 50th...

Student body celebrates the life of former faculty member Dana Pharr

Student body celebrates the life of former faculty member Dana Pharr

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
December 1, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Students and staff mourned again over the loss of another faculty member, parking lot attendant Dana Pharr, who passed away on Oct. 1. Pharr was known for standing in the student parking lot every morning waving to students coming and going. The simple wave he did every day may have seemed unimportan...

TEDxYouth@Austin circles back to Westlake once again

TEDxYouth@Austin circles back to Westlake once again

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
December 1, 2015
Filed under Opinion

TEDxYouth@Austin is a widely known organization, and while independent, it is a branch of the more globally known organization, TED. The difference? TEDxYouth@Austin is geared towards, and created by the students of Austin, while being open for all high schoolers to apply. The organization was created...

The Wolfpack’s favorite desserts

The Wolfpack Staff
November 12, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Staff

The Wolfpack’s favorite Fall desserts Chai Milkshake Kerry Madden In the midst of the hot drink season, sometimes you want a change; try this cold drink! You’ll need: vanilla ice cream, milk, liquid chai concentrate, a big glass, and a spoon Scoop 3 large ice cream scoops into your g...

Jake’s World News

Jake’s World News

Jake Herrick, Reporter
November 6, 2015
Filed under Opinion

China has elected to end the “one child policy,” a cap put on families allowing them to produce only one child. China was growing faster than it had anticipated, the policy was initially made to limit the proliferation of population allowing job growth to meet that of the population. However, the...

Adele shatters hearts and records, once again

Adele shatters hearts and records, once again

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
October 29, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

After about eight long years of waiting, our dreams have come true. Adele has officially released her new song: “Hello” from her upcoming album “25” which debuts Nov.20.   “Hello” was dropped five days ago on Adele’s Vevo channel and has been shattering records ever since. According...

Haunting House of Torment back for its 13th season

Haunting House of Torment back for its 13th season

Collyn Burke, Reporter
October 29, 2015
Filed under News, Opinion

Looking for something fun to do this Halloween? Austin’s famed haunted house, House of Torment has returned for its 13th season for more thrills, scares, and good times. After all what could be more Halloween-esq than having dozens of monsters chase you around? “Running around in the dark with...

The Halloween and haunted to-do list

The Halloween and haunted to-do list

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
October 28, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Halloween is one of the most fun times of the year because of all the haunted and intriguing activities. Here is The Wolfpack staff's Halloween and haunted to-do list for this year: House of Torment The House of Torment is a famously known October/Halloween activity to do around Austin. Self-pro...

Remembering Nancy Celniker

Remembering Nancy Celniker

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
October 15, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Students and friends of Nancy Celniker created “Celniker’s Corner” in the upstairs east wing as a sort of memorial for her. It has projects of past students that Celniker used to hang up in her room. Soon there will be a sign for her corner as well. Celniker was a geometry teacher who loved th...

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