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The Wolfmart’s shaky return

The Wolfmart’s shaky return

Jake Herrick, Reporter
October 9, 2015
Filed under Opinion

The CPHS staple grocer, the Wolfmart, has reopened welcoming students with the warm and loving hospitality of unpaid labor. So the obvious question is; “Well why did it close in the first place?” And my response to that is the most un-sarcastic Thanks Obama, because the loss of our precious store and Ramen is t...

Go get some sun, son

Go get some sun, son

Meital Abraham, Reporter
October 7, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Going outside should be apart of our daily educational experience. Some of the benefits of going outside everyday are improved focus, a larger Vitamin D intake, the reduction of stress and the easing of depression according to Health Magazine. Going outside improves focus because interaction with nature giv...

Reasons to care about the PSAT

Reasons to care about the PSAT

Meital Abraham, Reporter
September 30, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Many people think that taking the PSAT during school is unnecessary and quite frankly, dumb. The reason people may think this is because during your four years of high school you will take the PSAT a total of three times.  Your freshman year, the point of this is just to get a feel of what both the ...

Austin City Limits hits town Oct. 2

Austin City Limits hits town Oct. 2

Collyn Burke, Reporter
September 30, 2015
Filed under News, Opinion

Your heart beats, your blood pumps. You and 75,000 of your closest friends jump as the crescendo hits and the bass drops. The famed Austin City Limits is rolling back into town Oct. 2-4 and 9-11 and people have been preparing since the line up dropped last spring.  “I love concerts,” senior Claire Cantrel...

Return of SAT

Return of SAT

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
September 29, 2015
Filed under Opinion

As his eyes scan over the room he finds students huddled over a desk, pencils rapidly scribbling down answers in big blue books. Two girls with a stack of note cards in one hand and a determined expression etched on to their faces and a student with a mountain of papers piled on his desk. The boy’s...

Republicans play the Trump card

Republicans play the Trump card

Jake Herrick, Reporter
September 16, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Donald Trump, entrepreneur, supreme captain of Miss USA and worth over 4 billion dollars is responsible for the failure of the US democratic process. Now he has a skyrocketing approval rating among his republican compatriots despite his various policies. This might be entirely shocking to you, and i...

Blue Bell back on shelves

Blue Bell back on shelves

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
September 16, 2015
Filed under Opinion

The heat beats down on her as she pulls up at her family grocery store with her checklist ringing in her head: “eggs, milk, cheese…” Ambling, she makes her way into the store. She glides isle from isle, till she heads for the freezer section. Her mouth drops. There, sitting behind the frosted glass...

Nobody’s blue at Blues on the Green

Nobody’s blue at Blues on the Green

Avery Deen, Reporter
September 14, 2015
Filed under Features, Opinion

This summer marked the 25th annual celebration of Blues On The Green, a traditional series of concerts that are free to attend and star some big names in music. This year’s concerts took place on June 3, July 22, Aug 5, and Aug 12. Some of the artists included Walter Lukens, Kaleo, Bob Schneider, Rise...

Ant-Man: replacing The Avengers

Ant-Man: replacing The Avengers

Jake Herrick, Reporter
September 10, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Ant-man, directed by Peyton Reed, starring Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly, would have been one of the best action adventure movies of the summer if it weren’t for Spielberg’s Jurassic World and McQuarrie’s Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. With superhero movies blossoming into the newe...

Stirring up trouble is just too Yeezy

Stirring up trouble is just too Yeezy

Meital Abraham, Reporter
September 3, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Uncategorized

The announcement of a future presidential candidate, peace being reached and shade being thrown all occurred during this year’s Video Music Awards, or VMAs. Rapper Kanye West declared his plans to run for president in the year of 2020. That being said, everyone attending high school at this momen...

We’re Goin’ Back to Hogwarts

We’re Goin’ Back to Hogwarts

Collyn Burke, Reporter
September 3, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

While most students are focused on the start of a brand new school year, many have forgotten that Sep. 1 also marks the first day of Hogwarts, and the very first day of one James S. Potter, whom was sorted, not surprisingly, into Gryffindor. “Who doesn’t want to be in the same house as Harry Potter,...

Here fishy fishy

Here fishy fishy

Meital Abraham, Reporter
August 31, 2015
Filed under Opinion

As freshmen wander through campus attempting to learn the various routes to classes, their eyes search eagerly for the east and west signs and they scour the different lunch lines. High school is a different experience for everyone, for some it comes easy and for others it doesn’t. Below are a few t...

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