The Wolfpack

Cheers to 2021

The year 2020 was a rough year for all of us. Here's to looking back on all the high points... actually, low points of the year!
Kaiya Wilkinson, Reporter January 14, 2021

From School to Home

Google classroom has been a very helpful tool during online schooling. It helps me keep track of my work, helps me to be organized and is easier to see the due dates for all of my assignments.
Rachana Kommineni, Reporter December 15, 2020

Students Against Racism

Racism is a serious issue in our society, and can have seething effects on the victim. Helping and speaking out against racism is what we, both as students and human beings, should do. Having that said, there are many ways for students to help fight racism in their environment.
Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter November 26, 2020

Brain Boost

There are many benefits that come with learning a second language, both in school and in the job market. However, students in the U.S usually do not start learning a second language until high school, whereas in many European countries, students begin learning as early as the age of 6.
Morgan Kasel, Assistant Editor November 24, 2020

The Challenging Choice

After completing applications for multiple universities, choosing which college to go to can be difficult. However, there are plenty of resources and tools, such as a spreadsheet, that can make the decision easier.
Morgan Kasel, Assistant Editor November 18, 2020

The Devil’s Triangle

Ally JohnPress, Reporter November 11, 2020

Memoirs From a Minimum Wage Worker

I have been working at Dominos for the past six months. Not only have I gained good work experience and life lessons, but I've also got some pretty entertaining stories.
Kaiya Wilkinson, Reporter November 10, 2020

An Underappreciated Group

Amid online school, teachers have found efficient ways to digitally convert normal activities.  I believe they should be more appreciated and here is why.
Jaden Kolenbrander, Reporter November 4, 2020

The Horror Hater’s Guide to Halloween Movies

Halloween is often considered one of the most frightening times of the year, especially with the never-ending list of horror movies available. However, for those who try to avoid jumpscares and screams, there are plenty options for nightmare-free movies.
Morgan Kasel, Assistant Editor October 29, 2020

Look Who’s Growing Up

For the first time in my young life, I decided to attend an event related to the Cedar Park City Council. Although it was an enlightening experience, the problems I saw within the hour and a half forum makes me hesitant on attending another event.
Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief October 26, 2020

Spare My Feelings

Social media has become an essential tool for students to express their opinions and spread awareness about certain issues. As of today, it is the main source of current information for a majority of the students. While this is a benefit to the student population, it is also important to be kind on social media and respect the opinions of others, especially at this time.
Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter October 16, 2020
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