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

Pouring flowers to serve as a peace offering to God, senior Himaani Ramesh showcases a dance posture that she will use in her debut Bharatanatyam graduation, known as an Arangetram, on July 7. “I’ve always wanted to do an arangetram because I’ve always felt that it was an amazing accomplishment,” Ramesh said. “As I’ve set upon this journey it’s been very humbling because I’ve realized that there will always be room for growth and improvement, and that’s what dance is really all about.

Dancing to New Heights

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter May 24, 2019

As young as the age of three, senior Himaani Ramesh was enrolled in lessons for Indian dance, and later Bharatanatyam, a form of dance that would soon become a major part of her life. Originally known...

Senior Kristin Knight is continuing her passion for health and service by studying nursing at The University of Alabama this fall. “They have a really great nursing school and Ive lived in Austin my whole life, so being able to go to a new state and experience new things is a great opportunity,” Knight said.

Aspiring Nurse Pursues Passion

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter May 9, 2019

Throughout high school, senior Kristin Knight’s passion for serving her community has been fueled by her involvement in six honor societies and clubs such as HOSA, FCCLA and DECA – all of which brought...

At HOSAs State Conference, freshman Aashna Ravi and senior Kristin Knight pose before their competitions with 
 junior Christina Laskaris who served as courtesy core. Of the competitors, Knight advanced to Internationals which are being held on June 19-22 in Orlando, Florida.

HOSA Advances to Internationals After Five Years

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter April 15, 2019

After two HOSA members competed at State on March 28-30, one of those members, senior Kristin Knight, advanced to Internationals (ILC) which is being held on June 19 through 22 in Orlando, Florida. This...

Smiling together as a team, members who went to the FRC Robotics district competition in Austin from March 1-3 show off their robot.

Robolobos Make Their Way to Worlds

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter April 15, 2019

For the first time after six years, FRC Team 5052, The Robolobos advances to Worlds Championship after placing at Districts and Regionals. The team is competing at the Worlds in Houston from April 17-20. Before...

At UIL Districts, the UIL Journalism team had two students, freshman Tristan Hernandez and senior Deana Trautz, advance to Regionals.

Ten Students Prepare for Weekend UIL Regionals

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter April 12, 2019

Over the last weekend of March, members of the science, math, social studies, journalism and speech and debate teams competed in UIL at the district level at Cedar Park and other Leander ISD high schools....

Playing with the  Deer Creek Elementary kids, SNHS members volunteer to teach kids STEAM concepts through various booths on Feb. 7.

STEAM Rolling into the Future of Education

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter March 11, 2019

Science, technology, engineering, art and math are now known by the acronym STEAM. While the concept of STEM is more commonly known, the integration of the “A” for art has become a prominent field...

After competing on Jan. 19, DECA competitors line up to pose.

DECA’d Out

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter February 20, 2019

At 4:30 a.m. on Jan. 19, 21 students arrived at the student pick up circle to board a bus to the Bastrop Convention Center, where the TX District five DECA’s Career Development Conference was to be held....

Ordering a burger and fries, senior Jalen Gomez tries Dirty Martins, Paige Herts favorite restaurant in Austin.

Staff Picks: Must Try Restaurants Around Austin

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter February 19, 2019

From its parks, lakes and hiking spots, to being the live music capital of the world, Austin is known for many things. Austin’s food trucks, vendors and restaurants also play an important role in making...

By cutting and gluing cardboard, and painting them green, students help make battery trash cans on April 3, 2018 in EIT.

Talk About Technotrash

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter February 7, 2019

From serving as a health hazard to contaminating the environment, there are many ways that technology can negatively impact the world if disposed of incorrectly. Environmental Issues with Technology (EIT)...

Sophmore Lia Kim, junior Emma Mahler and seniors Roshini Krishnaswamy, Vaniya Khan and Brianna VanSickle, who have roots from several parts of the world, practice their own traditions and cultures.

Kaleidoscope of Cultures

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter December 21, 2018

Preconceived notions often fill people's minds when meeting others, preventing new perspectives and relationships from being built. Whether it be understanding one’s upbringing, beliefs, gender or ethnicity,...

Eating her chicken salad, senior Jordan Peterson visits True Food Kitchen located in downtown Austin, TX, which uses local fresh ingredients in all of their foods.

Former Sugar Lover Becomes Healthy Living Advocate

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter December 7, 2018

Ice cream, donuts, cherry bars and chocolate chip cookies- the diet that was once routine for former sugar lover, senior Jordan Peterson. While her mom tried out several paleo-like diets to become...

Student Slang Showdown

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter November 30, 2018

Within their classes and while walking through the halls of the high school, teachers are exposed to teen slang on a daily basis. To find out how well they have been listening and if they really know how...

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