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

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...

Waiting to be graded, the sewn fabric moles sit on top of the lab table. These mole projects revolve around teaching students more about moles with a creative approach. “I wanted them to learn something about perhaps an element they arent as familiar with,” Cieri said. “I also wanted them to understand how all the elements have different masses.”

A Mole Kingdom

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter October 29, 2021

English teachers use essays, math teachers use homework and chemistry teacher Christopher Cieri uses mole projects to teach students. Moles, not the animal, are a scientific unit of measurement used to...

Pushing for the finish, senior and Varsity member Gareth Hopwood finishes his race at the XC Country Meet. Hopwood finished fourth with a time of 16:03, and was one of the members who ran on 9/11. It was a cool experience to run on 9/11 with the significance of that day. Hopwood said. It didnt feel too different from other races but the singing of the national anthem and the red, white, and blue course flags made an impact on me.

Running Red, White and Blue

Aahana Mulchandani, Reporter September 27, 2021

The usually silent morning air was filled with cheers as the XC runners pushed for the last stretch of their runs during the 22nd Annual Cross Country Meet, placing Top 5 out of the ranked 10.  Starting...

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