The Wolfpack

Bryson Tiller Releases Mediocre Album “True to Self”

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

May 31, 2017

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...

Students Create Climate Change Innovations

Seniors Megan Hamma and Lindsey Buggi pose next to their project for EcoAudit.

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter

May 26, 2017

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...

Kendrick Lamar Releases Fourth Studio Album

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

May 9, 2017

Kendrick Lamar released his fourth studio album titled ‘DAMN.’ on April 14 to iTunes and spotify. The album has been a hit so far, ranking number one on Billboard two weeks in a row. Every album Lamar has published has been extremely powerful. To say that he is a bold artist is an understatement. Co...

Roxanna Mota Experiences Cultural Diversity in Switzerland

Roxanna Mota Experiences Cultural Diversity in Switzerland

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

May 3, 2017

Roxanna Mota had been living her childhood years in central Texas, but when both of her parents were laid off through the same company, they were forced to find new jobs elsewhere. Those new jobs just happened to be 5,396 miles away. Switzerland itself was a small country, but gave her the ability...

Reece Replogle Creates Portraits of Impactful People

Senior Reece Replogle began painting portraits of impactful people in his life, English teacher Michelle Iskra being one of them.

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

May 2, 2017

In between juggling school and work, he grabs his canvas and paints for hours on end. Relieving stress and putting passion into his pieces, senior Reece Replogle has been creating portraits of the people that have impacted his life. Replogle will be using these portraits for his portfolio that will be ...

Brandon Hurley Creates his First EP, ‘Paradise Gone’

Senior Brandon Hurley created his first EP, 'Paradise Gone' that is available on iTunes.

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

April 26, 2017

Walking into the store, eyes wide, looking at all of the instruments displayed, eight-year old Brandon Hurley spots the one he likes and proudly claims it as his own. Senior Hurley has had a passion for music ever since he can remember. This year he took his passion to a new level and created his fir...

Senior Brings Goat Company Into School

Senior Sam Singleton has brought his family business into the halls of CP.

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

April 18, 2017

One of Cedar Park’s seniors, Sam Singleton, brought his family business to the school. The company is known as You Goat Mail, a site that allows people to send anyone an anonymous plush goat with a handwritten message. “It’s the perfect surprise for a friend, graduate, spouse or co-worker,” S...

Multiple Outlets Available for Struggling Students

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

April 11, 2017

Throughout high school, many teenagers experience a multitude of changes. From getting your license to gaining new friends to juggling school with your social life; It can be very stressful. Unfortunately, these changes may be so stressful for some that they develop a form of anxiety, or even depres...

Annual SXSW Festival Celebrates Music and Film Industries

Colony House performing at South by Southwest.

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

April 10, 2017

  Every year, during spring break, Austin hosts South by Southwest (SXSW). This year it fell on Mar. 10-19. SXSW brings people from around the country to come and discover new music or films, while also celebrating and appreciating the industries themselves. A few CP students were able to sp...

COOL Week Shows Seniors Possible Careers

Senior Kaleigh Brown interned at Celebration church where she helped with upcoming conferences and set up photoshoots.

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

March 3, 2017

As graduation nears, and adulthood inches closer for seniors, many are planning their future career paths. With the help of COOL Week, Career Opportunities on Location, seniors were given the ability to intern at their desired profession from Feb. 6-10. The internships ranged from working at your ...

Celebrities Make Their Way to Nationals

The Celebrities on multiple awards at their Competition in Waco and are headed to Nationals.

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

March 2, 2017

After two successful weekends of competition, the Celebrities will head to Nationals in Galveston on Mar. 24-26. Their preceding dance meets were located in Waco and at Vandegrift High School, where the team won an abundance of awards. “This season has been so rewarding,” senior Celebrities capt...

FCCLA Advances to State

FCCLA culinary and multiple groups are advancing to state that will take place in Dallas in April.

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter

February 13, 2017

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, more commonly known as FCCLA, is an organization that gives hardworking, passionate high school students an outlet to explore their creative endeavors while bonding with other students who share the same passions. The CPHS culinary class competed in an...

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