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#ThrowbackThursday: Teachers at Prom

#ThrowbackThursday: Teachers at Prom

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief
April 9, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Before they were chaperones, the CPHS faculty went to prom, planned prom and even won Prom King. Here are some throwback photos to get you excited for this year's big dance on April 18 at the University of Texas Club. Tickets are on sale for juniors and seniors at lunches for $40 per person. No tickets...

Austin’s rodeo ropes in Sublime

Austin’s rodeo ropes in Sublime

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter
April 2, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Getting a text from my boyfriend's mom asking me if I wanted to go to Austin's rodeo was almost an immediate "no" until she mentioned Sublime. Growing up in New England, I've never been to a rodeo, it’s not part of our lifestyle. When I had to move to Texas five years ago, I did not want to embrace...

How to make a statement with a question: five ways to prom-pose

How to make a statement with a question: five ways to prom-pose

Lexi Rima, Reporter
March 25, 2015
Filed under Opinion

There comes a time in many teenagers’ lives where the pivotal moment finally occurs and one has to make the crucial and life-changing decision: how am I going to prom-pose? With prom now less than a month away, it’s time for you lonely and love-struck students to find your courage, and either get...

Stop masking and start labeling

Stop masking and start labeling

Meital Abraham, Reporter
March 12, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

America has been attempting to mask genetically modified products, or GMO products, since 1996. That means, that for 19 years, Americans have been unaware of what they’re putting in their bodies. This issue needs to be resolved once and for all. America needs to stop masking GMO products, and start...

Inside COOL Week: Wired Orthodontics

Inside COOL Week: Wired Orthodontics

Lexi Rima, Reporter
March 10, 2015
Filed under Opinion

For the senior class, the month of February is still in the beginning of the new 2015 year, a reminder that the last semester of high school is upon us and soon we will be thrust into the real world. Luckily, CPHS did not leave the senior class ill prepared – through COOL Week (Career Opportunities...

Inside COOL Week: IBM Communications

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief
February 12, 2015
Filed under Opinion

My fellow seniors and I waded into the real world this last week. As part of COOL Week, or Career Opportunities on Location, we got a taste of a future career path that interested us. For my placement, since I’m majoring in Public Relations at Texas Tech University next fall, I went to the communications...

A new Lilly coming to Target stores

A new Lilly coming to Target stores

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief
January 14, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

If you haven’t heard yet, Lilly Pulitzer is ganging up with Target to produce a 250 piece collection with 15 exclusive prints. The collection, which will focus on summer and resort-wear styles, will come out on April 19. The reactions to the new Lilly for Target line were perhaps even more newsworthy...

Gift Giving Guide

Gift Giving Guide

Hunter-Rose Comtois, reporter
December 15, 2014
Filed under Opinion

It’s that time of the year again where the seemingly harmless family gatherings can turn into madhouse disasters. This gift guide will not only get you through the holidays, but will perhaps help you become the favorite relative in your family. Outdoors and More: Have a family member from the north...

Give thanks for Thanksgiving break

Give thanks for Thanksgiving break

Meital Abraham, Reporter
November 20, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

  Turkey Day this year lies on Nov. 27th. Although everyone celebrates Thanksgiving differently, most people’s ideas of the purpose behind the festive day remain the same; Thanksgiving is meant to give thanks for those you love. A CPHS student who enjoys Thanksgiving break is senior Kaleb...

Time of Pie

Lizzy Lamm, Reporter
November 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion

With Thanksgiving approaching, I think we can all be excited about the same things: traveling out of town, seeing relatives, and finally getting a break from school. But, what we’re most excited about is the pie. Even if you don’t like pie (but why wouldn’t you?), the savory, sweet dessert has...

Polar vortex approaches Cedar Park

Polar vortex approaches Cedar Park

Lauren Kriss, Editor-In-Chief
November 10, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Is it the second coming of the ice-pacolypse? According to The Weather Channel, we’re due for the season’s first freeze this week. While it’s unlikely that Cedar Park itself will freeze, other areas in Leander ISD may face dangerous weather conditions. If this happens, Cedar Park will ultimately...

Arctic Monkeys bring chills to Cedar Park

Arctic Monkeys bring chills to Cedar Park

Emilee Guernsey, Reporter
November 10, 2014
Filed under Opinion

The Arctic Monkeys brought some coolness to Texas. They performed on Oct. 28 at the Cedar Park Center. Many people were lined up two hours before the concert even started just so they could get right at the front of the stage. When the doors were finally opened it was chaotic. Girls were squealing left...

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