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The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner

Caroline Howard, Reporter April 9, 2024

As someone who searches for chicken tenders on every restaurant menu, I feel qualified to rank my favorite chicken from fast-food restaurants from best to worst. After going out and trying solely the chicken...

The Oscars In Review

The Oscars In Review

Mia Morneault, Reporter April 3, 2024

It’s the biggest night in Hollywood, and often the most disappointing. That’s right, on March 10, the Academy Awards were live to an audience of 21 million people. Most people would usually sit down...

Dropshipping and You

Dropshipping and You

Mia Morneault, Reporter March 25, 2024

I immensely dislike the TikTok shop. I don't hate it, but I have a strong distaste for it. I don’t believe that a social media app should be advocating for dropshipping, fast fashion and poor quality....

Jonathan’s Corner

Jonathan Levinsky, Reporter March 20, 2024

Jonathan goes over some of the common trends between some of the usual blue-blood teams in the Big 12, as well as a dominating newcomer and a surprising team on the rise.  

DEN, a 35-minute-long free period students are given, is used in many ways for a variety of purposes. Students use this time to work on homework, make up missed tests and sometimes catch up with friends. Lots of students use DEN to run “errands,” as well, whether that means picking up an assignment from a teacher, visiting with a student teacher or asking the librarian about a tech issue. Students can no longer leave their designated classroom during DEN, even to go to the restroom.

DEN-tention for the Win

Kacey Miller, Editor-in-Chief March 20, 2024

Students are now expected to remain in their DEN classes for the entirety of the free period after a new protocol was announced Feb. 23 by Associate Principal Tereasa Back. The rule requires teachers...

To combat the growing price on fast food, my family uses fast food apps. There are five apps we use the most: QuikTrip, Sonic, Chick-fil-A, McDonalds and Whataburger.

Apps for Frugal Foodies

Kassidy Wilkinson, Reporter March 15, 2024

It’s a classic scene in my family. All seven of us kids lined up behind the cashier, eager to tell them our order. Once our whole pack of nine has had a turn, the cashier reads back our order. Four chicken...

For those looking for something to do on Valentines Day or for a date night, here are a handful of ideas. Graphic by Caroline Howard

5 Things To Do With Your Boo & 5 Things To Do If It’s Just You

Caroline Howard, Reporter February 14, 2024

Days have been flying by and it’s all of a sudden the infamous Feb. 14. Valentine’s Day is known all too well, and the feelings regarding the holiday vary—depending on the relationship status of...

X and Threads are practically the same from the naked eye. However, one trait that has continuously plagued is what makes users trend using one over the other.

Elon Musk Vs. Mark Zuckerberg

Jonathan Levinsky, Reporter February 8, 2024

For the past decade, social media has lived in (somewhat) harmony using the former “big four” social media outlets: X, formerly known as Twitter (for those who are quick to anger), Facebook (for moms),...

I love Sonic Diet Coke but every time I buy a large drink theres always too much ice. To find a solution to this problem, my family and I did an experiment to figure out how much soda was actually in a large drink with ice and whether or not a medium drink without ice had more soda.

Soda-rn Good

Kassidy Wilkinson, Reporter January 28, 2024

History books claim that oil is the nation's “liquid gold,” however, I disagree. The real liquid gold isn’t pumped from the ground and sold in 42-gallon oil barrels—instead, it arrives in a tall,...

Comedian Jo Koy gave an infamous Golden Globes monologue as the host of the event this year. His jokes caused a lot of controversy and speculation over the internet, leading to disapproval and hate over his “jokes.

Not Here For It

Julia Seiden, Reporter January 25, 2024

Two Sundays ago, on Jan. 7, I sat down on the couch to watch the 81st annual Golden Globes. I was pretty excited to watch this year’s Golden Globes, with all of the new media that came out last year...

This busy holiday season is usually portrayed as a time of joy seeping through the air. What else seems to be seeping through the air? Stress, procrastination, coldness and more. Hopefully, this list can prove helpful in the endeavor that is gift giving and get one thing off the to-do checklist. Graphic by Jane Yermakov

Snow Much Love

Jane Yermakov, Reporter December 21, 2023

‘Tis the season of frantically buying gifts, getting shocked by the dramatic changes in the weather and thinking about the looming excitement of the nearing holiday. All through the house not a thing...

I read romance books because I enjoy the rollercoaster of emotions they take me on. If a romance book isn’t full of undeniable chemistry, quirky main characters that claim to hate each other, and a very climatic fight, then it resembles the “It’s a Small World Ride” at Disney World. Boring, annoying, and untasteful. I want to be impressed by romantic writing, and I’ve compiled some of the most important parts in making a perfect romance novel.

And They Lived Happily Ever After

Kassidy Wilkinson, Reporter December 11, 2023

The male protagonist runs through the airport, his feet pounding on the ground. Despite her small five-foot-three frame he can see her head weaving through the crowd, just out of reach. The overhead speakers...

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