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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

The DECA Destroyers

Caleb Taylor & Anthony Luparello, Reporters May 22, 2023

Caleb Taylor & Anthony Luparello sit down with Ethne Barnes and Gautham Saravanan to talk about their time in DECA, their recent successes, and the future of the program.

Senior Delaney DeRuiter created this artwork. “Compared from freshman year to now, I can see the beauty in a lot more things and I can appreciate a lot more art,” DeRuiter said. “Even just a plain painted canvas that might be stupid and boring to other people, now I know the context because of Art History. It makes me see the value in “bad art” and has kind of shifted my art style from trying to make more people perceive my art is good to me trying to get myself to see art as good. An artists artist.”

More Than Meets The Eye

Caleb Taylor, Reporter May 18, 2023

As cool as big, complicated robots can be, there’s a lot more behind the scenes of the Robotics than people expect. As the Project Manager for the Robotics team, senior Delaney DeRuiter facilitates and...

Sophomores Mathew Sniffen, Mina Danesh, Cara Allen, Erica Mihealsick, Erin Alexander and  Gabrielle Merrill pose after placing second at the Regional competition. The State competition took place last Saturday in Arlington, Texas. “It’s a really low-key group to be a part of,” Danesh said. “It looks good on college transcripts [and] resumes, and it can be a really friendship-building thing to meet more people and to strengthen bonds that you already have.” (Photo Courtesy of  Cedar Park High School Destination Imagination)

Destination: State

Caleb Taylor, Reporter March 31, 2023

Imagine an extracurricular activity that combines theatre, construction and team building. Destination Imagination, or DI, is defined on its website as a “global, volunteer-led nonprofit organization...

Ben McDanald on ‘The Children’s Hour’

Caleb Taylor February 28, 2023

Caleb Taylor & Anthony Luparello speak with actor Ben McDanald about CPHS Theatre's upcoming One-Act play, The Children's Hour.

No Mo’ Polo

Caleb Taylor and Katie Whitmarsh February 16, 2023

After the recent district decision to demote water polo’s status from an official UIL sport to an unsponsored club, many students have taken to social media, the Wolfcast and even district school board...

2022 was one of the best years for music in recent memory. With seemingly a new modern classic being released every week, everyone had something to listen to this year that appealed to them. Here are some of our picks for our favorite albums of the year.

The Best Albums of 2022

Caleb Taylor, Anthony Luparello, and Jack Polishook January 20, 2023

From chart-topping releases of big artists like Beyoncé, The Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar to an array of smaller, indie albums, 2022 was an incredible year for music. Wolfpack reporters Caleb Taylor, Anthony...

Kevin Bickling, school technologist, sits for an interview with CPHS News. Bicklings main job is to make sure all technology at school is in working order. If a student drops their laptop and the screen cracks or something like that, Ill get a ticket from the librarians for that,” Bickling said. “Or if a teacher needs some software installed on their [computer] or their projector bulb burns out or something. Those are tickets that I can get any day throughout the year.

The Reason Our Computers Still Work

Caleb Taylor, Reporter January 10, 2023

If anyone has ever had a computer issue at school, regardless of whether they’re a student, a teacher or even the principal, there’s one person that likely saved the day. Kevin Bickling. Bickling...

Switching it Up With Lani Manzano

Switching it Up With Lani Manzano

Caleb Taylor and Anthony Luparello December 13, 2022

In the debut episode of "Switching it Up", Caleb Taylor and Anthony Luparello speak to senior Lani Manzano about her experience joining the color guard her junior year and how that transition came to be.

A woodworking vendor shows off his creations at the annual Project Graduation Holiday Bazaar on Dec. 10. “We’ve been doing this since 2012, and so some of the vendors have actually reached out to us,” Project Graduation president Paula Hufford said. “A lot of them have been here year after year, [but] some of them are new. Some of them are [current] students or previous students, so theyre familiar with the event, and now they’ve started their own little businesses.”

A “Bazaar” Fundraiser

Caleb Taylor, Reporter December 13, 2022

Project Graduation. While it may sound like a government experiment on 18-year-olds, it’s actually a fun-filled evening, historically at Main Event, for the whole senior class. This year’s committee...

Standing in the front of Mrs. Jenschkes room, seniors Reid Thompson, Ryan Green and Anthony Luparello lead the second Geography Club meeting of the year on Oct. 12. The meeting opened with Thompson’s presentation about the South Shetland Islands, followed by a geography trivia game. “[Ryan] is so passionate about geography and urban planning, and its fun to watch,” Jenschke said. “When [the officers] all came to my room and did that first officer meeting, there was a freshman in the room and I was like, ‘this is how it is.’ It was kind of wild and crazy, just because the ideas were bouncing everywhere.”

Geography Club: Season 2

Caleb Taylor, Reporter November 3, 2022

What do bustling cities and high school clubs have in common? They both have to continually develop and grow to survive – and Geography Club is no exception. Formed in 2021 by senior Ryan Green, Geography...

Bassist Cameron Picton (left) & singer and guitarist Geordie Greep (right) perform their song “953” at Mohawk in downtown Austin. The band played a packed setlist of some of their most popular songs, like “John L,” “Speedway” and “Slow” alongside lesser-known tunes such as “Despair” and “Askance.”

Hellfire in Austin

Caleb Taylor, Reporter October 26, 2022

CONTENT WARNING: THIS ALBUM’S LYRICS CONTAIN HARSH LANGUAGE AND ADULT THEMES. Frantic, exploding drums; deafening basslines; intricate guitar picking; all from seemingly nowhere. Abruptly, it cuts...

Performing on Baritone saxophone, sophomore Ryan Rios marches with the band at a football game. Most of his free time is spent practicing his show music & contest études. “I’ve been pushing really hard to practice in the little free time I have,” Rios said. “But I’m hoping to potentially make District this year and continue getting better to make State. This is all to say that I’m incredibly motivated to keep getting better at my instrument, and to possibly pursue music performance or education as a career.”

Meet the Rios

Caleb Taylor, Reporter October 24, 2022

Countless historical figures are known by only one name: Socrates, Buddha, Selena. However, no mononym is quite as notorious as Cedar Park’s very own Rios.  “I think it was actually my friend Ciaran...

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