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Seniors Head Downtown to Visit UT Museums on Final Field Trip

Avery Deen, Reporter
June 2, 2017
Filed under Most Recent, News

On May 23, students loaded up onto a yellow school bus as teachers stood at the front counting heads and attempting to call roll. Friends squeezed together two to a bench, claiming a row for their squad as everyone filled into place. Bound for the UT campus, the students rolled out on their last field trip. ...

Humans of CP: Hannah Stein

Humans of CP: Hannah Stein

Jordy Peterson, Reporter
June 2, 2017
Filed under Features, Humans of CP, Most Recent, Recent Stories

Not only is sophomore Hannah Stein an all AP student, she’s also a dancer at Impact Dance Company. Stein has juggled between studying for AP Psychology tests and late night dance practices, while still maintaining active in her church, social life and as a leader of multiple clubs at Cedar Park. ...

Bryson Tiller Releases Mediocre Album “True to Self”

Bryson Tiller Releases Mediocre Album “True to Self”

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief
May 31, 2017
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R&B singer, Bryson Tiller, released his album “True to Self” on May 26, a month early from the actual release date. I was quite excited when I heard that it had already come out, but when I listened to it, I really wasn’t all that impressed. Normally, when I find out that an artist I enjoy has come out wi...

First Class of Capstone Seniors Reflect on the Research Process

First Class of Capstone Seniors Reflect on the Research Process

Avery Deen, Reporter
May 31, 2017
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The Capstone program consists of two years of classes, AP Capstone Seminar and AP Capstone Research, in which the students learn the research process and get to explore topics of their choosing with an in depth study. Last year was the first time Seminar was offered at CPHS, and this year’s seniors...

Students Create Climate Change Innovations

Students Create Climate Change Innovations

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter
May 26, 2017
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For their last project, Doc McPherson’s EcoAudit and Environmental Systems classes created their own experiments with designs that help mitigate climate change. Their efforts allowed them to receive grants from a nonprofit organization called Ecorise,and their projects were revealed in the lecture ha...

Students Balance Jobs With Summer Plans

Students Balance Jobs With Summer Plans

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
May 26, 2017
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With summer fast approaching students are starting to think about their plans for the break. Amid music festivals and beach trips, some students have decided to add a summer job to their schedule. From earning some extra cash to simply having something to do, the students of CP have a number of reasons ...

Political Orientation: Does It Matter?

Political Orientation: Does It Matter?

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
May 24, 2017
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Political Orientation: Does It Matter? Never ask a woman her weight, adults their salary or friends their political orientation. That was the mantra that many students were taught from a young age. Yet, with social media, political orientation is becoming more prominent to one’s social status and...

Northwestern Acquires skillful Pianist Eunice Lee

Northwestern Acquires skillful Pianist Eunice Lee

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter
May 18, 2017
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Eunice Lee: The classically trained pianist with a passion for her musical craft and a skillful mind in the field of academics. Playing the piano serves as a major factor in her life, something she defines as a roller coaster of emotions that can leave her with feelings of overwhelming joy along with ...

Behind the Camera of CPHS News: Zach Burleson

Behind the Camera of CPHS News: Zach Burleson

Houston Fuller, Reporter
May 16, 2017
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Journalism within a school can have an enormous impact on the student body and how they receive information. Senior Zach Burleson has been a part of broadcast class for the majority of his high school career and has helped shape the culture of CPHS. His job within the class has been to operate the mysterious...

Golf Ends a Successful Season as Boys go to State

Golf Ends a Successful Season as Boys go to State

Nick Hedges, Reporter
May 15, 2017
Filed under Most Recent, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

After a full year of dedication and progress, the golf team will finally see their season come to a close as the boys team gears up for the state tournament. It’s been a largely successful season so far for the team, and they will only look to add to that at state and close the season strong. ...

CPHS Choir Takes New York

CPHS Choir Takes New York

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
May 15, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Reviews, Top Stories

After successfully conquering the UIL season, Cedar Park High School’s collective choir classes decided a bit of fun was in order. Only a day after each choir achieved the highest UIL score possible, around 40 choir students packed up their bags and headed off for a five day trip to New York City....

Maddie Cox Pursues Love of Robotics and Art

Maddie Cox Pursues Love of Robotics and Art

Avery Deen, Reporter
May 15, 2017
Filed under Features, Most Recent, Recent Stories

A sharp click sound resonates through an empty courtyard as blue heels hit the cold pavement. Dressed to the nines, senior Maddie Cox leads a group of robotics students to the Computer-Aided Design (or CAD) lab. Cox entered high school hoping to be the next Coco Chanel, but now holds dreams of being...

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