The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

Lexi Hall has developed a passion for dance since she was two years old, leading up to her current position as senior-lieutenant of the Celebs Dance Team. Celebs is really the only thing I am going to miss from high school, Hall said. I have made some really strong friendships within the team this year, and it will definitely be an adjustment not seeing them all the time anymore.

Happy Feet

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter May 24, 2022

Living, breathing and loving dance, senior Lexi Hall has been following her passion since her childhood. She has been a member of the Celebrities dance team since she was a sophomore, and is now a Sr....

I competed in the 2022 Texas State Championships and ended up placing 1st in both the Individual and Pair divisions for 15-17 year olds.

Right Foot Turn, Left Foot Step

May 16, 2022

I take one last swig of water from my bottle, promptly closing it and putting it into my backpack. My coach waves me over to the right edge of the red and blue puzzle-mat ring, placing me in front of her...

Flag flying high in the background, Veteran Rock Snyder stands with his vehicle at the cookout. Snyder wants to spread awareness about PTSD, a mental condition that  he has to overcome. “You know, reach out to one person who may have a friend or a loved one with this and it saves their life,” Snyder said. “Thats what Im here for.”

A Drive to Awareness

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter April 29, 2022

With a silent auction, toy shops and truckloads of food, the Leander Car Show and Cookout took place mid April. This event was hosted by the AFJROTC Booster club, and all proceeds were used to help the...

Students annotate and thoroughly dissect poems, trying to find hidden meanings and values that are woven throughout. The Bridge is one of my favorite poems of all time, and Im so sad it didnt make it to the next round.

The Meaning of Words

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter April 12, 2022

During March, it is well known around the school of the various “March Madnesses” that have been happening – Teacher Madness and March Book Madness – but one has been a huge success for us English...

Spanish students in Rhonda Bynells class are currently undergoing the letter exchanging process with the bilingual class of Noels Elementary. It has been an ongoing system, and both sets of students like the exchange. I hope whoever gets my letter likes what I wrote, Sandy said. Spanish is a fun class, and I hope that they can understand what I wrote.

Friends from Afar

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter April 7, 2022

This year, like many others in the past, Spanish teacher Rhonda Bynell started the pen pals letter exchange with Noel’s Elementary School. It is a tradition of over five years, Spanish students exchanging...

The USWST settled their 6-year long fight about equal payment. This was a monumental and historical win for not only the soccer team, but for women across the globe working in fields filled with gender inequality.

Kicking Out Gender Inequality

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter March 28, 2022

For the past six years, the National women’s soccer team has fought for equal treatment and also requested equal pay. Finally, as of February 22nd, the United States Women’s National Team, or USWNT,...

The choir performed during the pandemic last year, having a socially distanced performance that also included virtual tickets. This year, their hard work will bring the familiar feelings of Disney as they’ve done annually. “We host this event to outreach to the community and provide families with an opportunity to have a little magic close at home,” Holt said. “There will be lots of songs from classic cartoon movies- How Far Ill Go, Almost There, Arabian Nights just to name a few.”

A Little Disney Magic

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter February 18, 2022

Classic songs, interactive performances, and a fun Disney theme, ‘Princess Tea’ has it all. This year, it will be hosted on Feb. 26th, performed by students who spent a tremendous amount of time working...

New series of anime are coming out from their manga panels, and for people like me its very important to know where to find the new series that are coming out and where to watch them.

From Manga to the Big Screen

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter February 14, 2022

Anime has captivated the hearts of billions, hooking various people, including myself and my peers, into their well-written plots, music and exquisite character designs. The entirety of the anime community...

The Wolfpack newspaper staff is a hardworking group of students who create and write fact-filled and interesting stories that cover a wide variety of topics. There are numerous reasons why you should join, with one of the main reasons being the pleasant environment and the positivity of the whole staff working together.

Part of the Pack

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter January 26, 2022

As course selection draws near, students are left looking at the form contemplating the best classes that will fulfill their credits and engage their  interests. Fortunately, students have lots of freedom...

Celebrating after her recitation, sophomore Emma Tapia poses for the camera after finishing reciting Aquainted with  the Night by Robert Frost. Being the only one who competed, Tapia reflected about how she connected with the poem. I chose this poem because I thought the idea of wandering a place at night was something I was familiar with, Tapia said. At times, I find myself wandering my sleeping home to be in the stillness of the night and obtain a sense of ease.

Pressed for Poetry

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter December 21, 2021

After a four year hiatus, English II teacher Kim Vidrine revives Poetry Out Loud, a nation-wide recitation competition. This year, only one sophomore, Emma Tapia, chose to compete.  This competition...

Walking down the street and looking at the lights have always been a fun tradition during the Holiday seasons. However, traditions have evolved into Christmas-themed amusement parks, drive-through light shows and even cafes that get in the spirit. There are various places to consider going to this holiday season, and that can range from walking through your local neighborhood or traveling further to a drive-through light show, blasting Christmas music and drinking hot chocolate.

A Little Christmas Spirit

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter December 2, 2021

A main Christmas hobby that reoccurs to me every winter season is the need and the wish to see peoples’ creative Christmas displays. Everything from the lights, to the music and even the hot cocoa on...

K-Dramas are by far some of the best sources of entertainment, starting from the huge variety of genres to the amazing OSTs and cinematography. It is also an entertaining way to dive into Korean culture and daily life, as well as history depending on what genre you choose. The shows in general are highly addictive once you find a good series.

The Best to Binge

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter November 16, 2021

From the amazing cinematography, the heartthrobs, the funny moments and the wide variety of plots, Korean dramas have always been at the top of my personal list of things to watch. There are such a huge...

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