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Kira’s Keys to a Happy Life

Kira’s Keys to a Happy Life

Deana Trautz, Reporter

December 13, 2017


Filed under Features, Most Recent, Top Stories

Up until the end of freshmen year, Kira Niedert lived the typical life. She went to church, lived with her mom and never struggled too much in school. However for the past few, Niedert lived with a mystery disease, causing her to throw up on a daily basis and was eventually diagnosed with a heart issue. L...

Weezer’s “Pacific Daydream” Review

Weezer’s “Pacific Daydream” Review

Perry Jamail, Reporter

December 4, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Opinion, Recent Stories, Reviews, Top Stories, Uncategorized

After releasing their 2014 back to the roots rock album “Everything Will Be Alright in the End,” Weezer returns to the pop genre in their latest release “Pacific Daydream.”   A Quick History Since their formation in 1992 and release of their iconic self-titled debut album in 1994...

Strike a Pose

Strike a Pose

Deana Trautz, Reporter

November 7, 2017


Filed under Features, Most Recent, Top Stories

Her weekends aren’t only for homework, but instead backdrops, lights, hair and makeup. Gray Harris, the 5 foot 8 inch sophomore, has always had an interest in fashion and modeling, and in her freshman year, she finally pursued it. She signed with the agency, Mazza Models, last March and after they began...

When Excuse Becomes Accuse

When Excuse Becomes Accuse

Deana Trautz, Reporter

November 1, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Over the past couple of weeks, over 50 women have come forward with sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein. Following these reports, a new twitter hashtag was created, #MeToo. According to Ronan Farrow, journalist for The New Yorker and actress Mia Farrow’s son, ...

I Am Norm Club Celebrates Diversity

I Am Norm Club Celebrates Diversity

Gillian Corona, Reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

While most clubs advocate inclusion, the I am Norm Club goes a different route in getting there by using reverse inclusion. This is where regular education students are brought into special education classrooms, while inclusion brings special education into regular classrooms. The president of I Am Norm, senior Chloe Hun...

Humans of CP: Ashley Poulsen

Humans of CP: Ashley Poulsen

Gillian Corona, Reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under Features, Humans of CP, Most Recent

Sophomore Ashley Poulsen likes swimming, hiking, swimming, camping and...swimming. Poulsen is in Pre-AP Geometry and English II; she also takes Chemistry, World History, Human Body Systems and sign language. In addition, she swims for the team and for Lost Creek Aquatics. Poulsen said swimming is her...

A New Kind Of P.A.C.K.

A New Kind Of P.A.C.K.

Sydney Miner, Reporter

October 18, 2017


Filed under Features, Most Recent, Top Stories

With the negativity thrown around on the news and our society, the P.A.C.K, which stands for People Advocating Caring and Kindness, was founded earlier this year by seniors Mason Brooks and Trajaan Chase to promote positivity in the school. The idea for the organization came about when they were sitting ...

Just Wing It

Just Wing It

Deana Trautz, Reporter

September 27, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Looking down the makeup aisle at common grocery stores, the racks are lined with neutral eyeshadow pallets and black eyeliner. Though these products seem to be what sells to the typical makeup user, junior Cameron Davis and sophomore Lexie Stewart are not buying. Neutral tones set the foundation for both of...

Door Always Open

Door Always Open

Deana Trautz, Reporter

September 20, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Four classrooms sit in the back of the science building in a plain and white tiled hallway. In one of them is a Game of Thrones loving biology teacher that makes the time for his students’ well being. Adam Babich creates a safe environment out of his room where students can come to talk, de-stress and...

Home Away From Home

Home Away From Home

Sydney Miner, Reporter

September 19, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Homecoming: An American tradition full of mums, dancing, football and a lot of school spirit. At Cedar Park, all of these things are a big deal and something to look forward to for many students. But what about people who aren’t from Cedar Park, Texas or even America? For junior exchange student Van...

Spend Less, Jingle More

Spend Less, Jingle More

Deana Trautz, Reporter

September 15, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Green, black and sparkly ribbons spread across the kitchen table. Bells jingling and glue gun burns. For many high school students, making a mum is part of what makes their homecoming. Supplies for mums can be bought at nearby craft stores such as Hobby Lobby, Michael’s and Joanne’s. However during ...

Celebrating Cedar Park’s Twentieth Year Open

Jessica Mick, Reporter

September 12, 2017


Filed under CPHS News, Features

It’s Cedar Park’s 20th birthday. And everyone is invited. When the doors opened for the first time back in the fall of 1998, the student body was only freshmen and sophomores for the first two years. Over the years the campus underwent a building expansion, gained new staff members and student...

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