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

YouTube TV can be accessed on an array of devices without having to pay for a separate account.

Youtube on Televison?

Jonathan Levinsky, Reporter April 4, 2024

As media and entertainment become increasingly digitized, so is the demand for efficiency. That’s where fully digital products such as Youtube TV come in and fully dominate the tv market. YouTube, the...

Robotics team 14361 holding their trophy after winning the UIL 5A State FTC competition on March 21 in Belton. “It felt amazing since we finally saw all of our hard work pay off,” junior Luyang Chen said. “Every single person on the team was overjoyed. For many, it was probably one of the best moments of the season.” Photo courtesy of Arav Neroth

Robolobos Go Loco

Caroline Howard, Reporter April 3, 2024

Anticipation fills the room in Belton as they patiently wait for the scores to be revealed on March 21. Robotics team 14361 bursts out into screams and hugs as the realization hit that they had just won...

Hands flying up and down the bass clarinet, Giovani Lang-pale belts out a tune within the confines of his personal practice room. “Its incredible,” Lang-pale said. “The feeling, the feeling that you feel whenever youre like, okay, I did this. Nice. That was good. Now I have to think about this. Okay, Im doing this. Look over there. Look at this. Its really cool to have your brain be able to process so many things simultaneously while youre running. Youre marching. Youre playing. And its really hard to. Which is what makes it fun, you know?”

Gio-Logical Legend

Cason Johnson, Reporter March 12, 2024

Silence fills the room as order of the judges, who stare across the room at the standalone figure. The player clutches his instrument close to his chest in anticipation, the instrument composed of a series...

On Jan. 30, CP Night will be held to aid incoming freshmen with course selection. “While we focus a lot on incoming 9th graders, we encourage all of our grade levels to come out because we’ll highlight ACC, advanced programs, [and] all of our extracurricular options,” Colman said. “Anyone who is still struggling with a decision about what to do [or] how to progress [have the option] to pick and choose.”

CP Night Spotlight

Caroline Howard, Reporter January 28, 2024

Taking the next step and transitioning from middle to high school can be stressful, but with the aid of Cedar Park High School’s counselors, assistant principals and staff, students as well as parents...

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 premiered in theaters on Friday, May 5th. The third and final installment of the Guardians franchise, this film concluded the trilogy in the best way possible. A tale about family and humanity, this movie hits all the feels. I rate it 9 out of 10 stars!

Rocket Listens to Radiohead

Iliana Tangarova, Reporter May 23, 2023

"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" begins with Rocket Racoon listening to the acoustic version of Creep by Radiohead. No, I’m not kidding. You read that right.  Straight from the bat, the film incorporates...

Holding up the DECA Diamond hand symbol, DECA advisor Kimberly Stapleton poses with all of her students at the Texas Collegiate DECA State Conference in March. At the competition, seven of her students advanced to the International Career Development Conference, including seniors and eventual national champions Ethne Barnes, Paisley Schalles and Claire Poulter. “We have done integrated marketing campaigns for the past three years,” Barnes said. “Weve gone to ICDC in all three of them, but this year we placed first in the whole thing, so its kind of surreal. Its kind of crazy that weve been doing it for three years and last year we didnt even place in finals, and now this year we were literally first in the world.” (Photo Courtesy of Kimberly Stapleton)

A Staple of the Past

Anthony Luparello, Reporter May 22, 2023

Communication, problem-solving and teamwork are just a few of the skills students demonstrate in DECA, a student organization whose mission is to prepare emerging leaders in hospitality, marketing, finance...

Posing around the front office Timberwolf, the district champion UIL team celebrates their team and individual wins. The district UIL Academics competition took place on March 24, 25 and 30 and Cedar Park has 25 students advancing to Regionals on April 21-22 at the University of Texas at San Antonio. “I had a lot of fun and I’m excited to continue onto Region,” senior Ashley Chikkala said.

UIL Academics: District Destroyers

Iliana V Tangarova, Reporter April 10, 2023

For the second year in a row, the UIL Academics team are 25-5A district champions. "I'm very happy and pleased with the success that we've had the past two years," AP United States History teacher and...

AI: The Future or the End?

Jack Polishook, Reporter April 10, 2023

AI always seemed like an invisible threat whose capabilities we only hinted toward in fiction, often featuring in science fiction and horror movies as a commanding system overpowering human thought like...

Arguing with one another during the climax of the play, seniors Claire Poulter and Bryelle Swift perform in the public performance of “The Children’s Hour.” With some students acting together since middle school, the 2023 UIL One-Act Play Competition will be the last outing for some of the thespian seniors. It feels completely surreal that this is my last show,” Poulter said. Theater has been such a huge part of my life, this will be show number 22 in the past seven years, and leaving it all behind is super hard. I’ve loved the relationships I’ve made and the stories I’ve been able to share, I’m just super thankful for the whole experience.” (Photo by Anthony Luparello)

The Children’s Hour

Anthony Luparello, Reporter March 24, 2023

Lights shining upon the glaring stage, set pieces stacked atop one another, and actors articulating their lines in front of the audience: These are some of the many aspects that theatre put in their production...

Alumnus Jorge Chong poses in front of the Orion spacecraft used in NASAs Artemis I mission, the first phase in the Artemis programs plan to land the first astronauts on the moon in over 50 years. Chong is one of the engineers responsible for the next groundbreaking lunar mission. “I began becoming very interested in aerospace in high school and started becoming passionate about it then,” Chong said. “I honestly thought I would work in the aeronautics sector, working with aircraft and airplanes. I didnt anticipate working with spacecraft or working in the space world at all. So that was kind of unexpected, but thats where the doors ended up opening, and it became something that I really love.” (Photo Courtesy of Jorge Chong)

To Infinity And Beyond

Jack Polishook, Reporter March 14, 2023

Graduating in 2012, alumnus Jorge Chong is now working at NASA as an aerospace engineer handling navigation systems on the latest Artemis mission launches and collaborating on some of the latest innovations...

Flying through the air, graduated senior Mabrie Morales strikes a Spiderman pose on the way down from the catwalk at the ropes course. This is also known as the Log and its a popular course to take on the ropes course. “I loved the way the PALS ropes course instructors invited us into a new experience,” Morales said. “They challenged us to take an extra step and trust. This was not just a fun ropes course, it was an experience you could choose to grow from.” (Photo Courtesy of Auzene Granmayeh)

A Leap of Faith

Ava Callaway, Reporter January 25, 2023

Behind the band’s blacktop lies a ropes course. Once every year, PALS, the Peer Assistance, Leadership and Service program has the ability to use this ropes course. The course consists of a zip...

Deciding what to wear in the morning felt like a minefield. Now, with the new dress code established a few years ago, students no longer have to tread lightly about what they will wear to school that day.

Dress Coded

Iliana Tangarova, Reporter November 18, 2022

One of my most memorable experiences at school was being dress-coded. You may ask, “What did you get dress-coded for?” It was a bra strap. My. Literal. Bra. Strap. Was. Showing. Apparently, the bra...

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