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AP vs ACC: Who Will Win?

AP vs ACC: Who Will Win?

Emily Mahoney, Reporter

September 20, 2019

Life after high school varies for just about everyone. However, college prep classes offered at the high school begin and end at Advanced Placement (AP) and Austin Community College (ACC) dual credit. The real question is: which is inherently superior to the other?  

Paisley With a Pod

Paisley With a Pod

Estefani Rios, Editor in Chief

September 18, 2019

As an opportunity to empower women, freshmen Paisley Schalles, Ava Manci, Ellie Keller and sophomore Katie Smith are teaming up with English teachers, Sarah Alarcon and Kim Vidrine, to host an All-Girls Considered (AGC) podcast chapter.  The AGC podcast began at Leander Middle School with teac...

Bringing Harmony

Bringing Harmony

Estefani Rios, Editor in Chief

September 17, 2019

As a freshmen, most are lost in a sea of people in the hallways, barely grasping the concept of what high school entails. However, as a freshman in 2014, alumna Eunice Lee was working on creating Music Eunited, a non-profit organization that offers free academic tutoring for elementary school students...

Tech Takeover

Tech Takeover

Ally JohnPress, Reporter

September 12, 2019

When thinking of technology, the mind tends to jump to science, innovation and social media. All these advancements developed communication across the globe and led to the spread of, well, everything everywhere. Yet, according to Techspirited, there is a clear loss of personal contact among society and a definite increase in social anxiety rates. B...

Tucker In Tech

Katie Smith and Claire Mallet

September 11, 2019

Over the years, the CPHS theatre program has put on countless shows. Every year, actors and tech students work hard to make their visions come to life, and this year, there’s a new face in the theatre tech department. Mr. Tucker is the new head of tech, and while only being here at CPHS for a few we...

A Digital Mask

A Digital Mask

Lacie Perry, Reporter

September 10, 2019

Today in society there have been recorded events of models, celebrities and teenagers having their pictures Photoshopped and then published with or without consent. Even though using filters and changing the way people look can make them seem more socially presentable and better looking, according t...

Actions to Last a Lifetime

Actions to Last a Lifetime

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

September 9, 2019

Teachers often play an important part in many people's lives. Their lessons and teachings on responsibility and real-world issues can have a dramatic effect on society and how some grow as people. Former engineering teacher Joseph Madunume was no different, and according to his students, his impact is ...

Above and Abroad

Above and Abroad

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

September 6, 2019

Spending almost an entire year in a new country, speaking a different language and attending an unfamiliar school is an ordeal that many people cannot vision themselves experiencing. However, juniors Nele Stoetzner, Andrea Medoro, Stella Grispo and senior Ronja Bosy all abandoned their comfort zones...

Downtown on a Budget

Downtown on a Budget

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

June 10, 2019

As we grow, so does the city we live in. With more and more people moving to Austin every year, new businesses, activities and things to do are constantly popping up, and we are fortunate enough to live just 30 minutes away from it all. However, with a limited amount of money and time as teenagers, i...

Aspiring Nurse Pursues Passion

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 her service opportunities and exposure that have led her to a path in nursing. Knight joined HO...

Dual Sport Athlete Balls Out One Last time

Dual Sport Athlete Balls Out One Last time

Noah Hedges, Reporter

May 2, 2019

Students learn early that playing multiple sports isn’t easy, as planning and sleep schedule issues arise. There are only a few people that choose to keep fighting through hardship while being a dual-sport athlete, and one of them is senior Stryder Laster. He is a second team all-district defender for ...

Match Made for Success

Match Made for Success

Addy Bates, Reporter

April 24, 2019

Over the past year, Gypsy Kids has gone from a garage band to venue entertainment, and in February, they released their first professionally produced single. The Gypsy Kids, a band consisting of Jack Lambert (guitar), Carson Petocz (lead singer), Elik Jazdzewski (bass) and Jordan O’Connell (drums...

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