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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

Microphone in hand, sophomore Grayson Levee records his voice for his next song. Levee has put together seven different orchestral covers, his longest longest piece is a “Star Wars” tribute titled “The Force” lasting 7 minutes and 15 seconds. “During the school week, I don’t compose very much due to homework and other after school activities, but I would say I spend two to three hours each weekend working on composing mainly orchestral pieces, although sometimes I enjoy simplicity, so I write a piano piece,” Levee said.

Shooting for Superstar Status

Cason Johnson, Reporter October 25, 2023

Silence fills the PAC, followed by anticipation. The first few notes echo behind closed curtains, steadily getting faster and faster. The curtains slowly open revealing the master behind the melody, sophomore...

Presenting in front of the class, senior Jaden Kolenbrander introduces students to his new chapter of Amnesty International Club. The club, started by Kolenbrander, will serve as a way for CPHS students to speak out and educate themselves about political issues and will hold meetings on the third Tuesday of each month in room 5009. “Anyone who is interested in increasing their involvement in the community and advocating for far-reaching issues that affect everyone [can join],” Kolenbrander said. “However, we also want to emphasize that anyone can become an advocate. Its a good opportunity for them to become more involved in their community and learn about the importance of human rights advocacy.”

New Club on the Block

Isa Morgan, Reporter November 16, 2022

With human rights being at the forefront of politics, Amnesty International is encouraging students to research and learn more about the current social issues happening around them. The organization was...

Geography Club members use geographical clues to figure out the mystery location in order to win another round of the online game, Geoguessr. The club, created by junior Ryan Green, meets every other Thursday to learn more about the environments around them in a more laid-back environment free of stress. “The initial goal [of the club] is to get more people excited about geography because I guess it’s kind of like a stigma that Americans are bad at geography, which is kind of true,” Green said. “I just wanted more people to get excited about geography and if it wasn’t laid back, then it wouldn’t be as exciting and not as many people would show up.”

More Than Just Landscapes

Isa Morgan, Reporter April 4, 2022

Stuck in the deserts of Africa, or Mexico, or maybe even Arizona, junior Ryan Green and a group of his close friends try their hardest to figure out where they’ve been randomly dropped off using nothing...

DECA teams pose with their medals at districts on Jan. 22, where 10 students advanced to the State Competition. This year Districts was held at Cedar Ridge high school and consisted of students from Leander, Round Rock, and Austin school districts presenting in either written or role play events. “Im really excited, not just for my team but for our entire chapter,” junior Ariana Balakrishnan said. “It’s a really big deal for us. Sending most of our competitors to State, especially after our year off, is really exciting cause now we’re back in person we can finally experience it like normal we get to see people get to talk to new members from other chapters it’s so just exciting.”

No Sleep ‘Til State

Isa Morgan, Reporter February 22, 2022

Faces are illuminated with the hue of computer screens, eyes are droopy on the brink of sleep despite the copious amounts of energy drinks consumed. It’s 2 a.m. and juniors Ariana Balakrishnan, Ainsley...

Demonstrating how to make plarn, junior Erin Nam provides club members with help and supplies. Timberwolves for the Environment have been making plarn since their first meeting, they also plan to make wreaths out of unused plastic in the future. Its definitely fun [making plarn], but right now basically all of the members know what theyre doing, said Nam. We do it every club meeting.

A Step Back Into the Soil

Madison Shields, Reporter September 30, 2021

Timberwolves for the Environment is taking a new turn this school year. Students who are interested in changing the world with their own hands should turn to the Environmental club. Activities like making...

Illustrated above is a painting depicting a howling T-Wolf in the library. The yearly artwork created by students is displayed in the library. Art is something that moves me, Deruiter said. During the club meetings my favorite art activities are acrylic pours, tiny paintings and free drawing.

Get With the Pack

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter August 31, 2021

Finding a community to call one's own can be challenging no matter what grade. Students have always had the opportunity to explore their interests and discover new hobbies by joining numerous clubs available...

Book Worms Take the Lead

Book Worms Take the Lead

Morgan Kasel, Reporter September 27, 2018

After an addition of over 20 new members, this year in Book Club could be one for the books. Apart from meeting new book lovers, this year's members get to share their favorite books with the whole...

Student Council meets every Wednesday during Den in Mr. Babich’s room (S109) to plan events and fundraisers, and discuss student issues.

StuCo Campaigns for Officer Positions

Jordy Peterson, Reporter April 11, 2017

Student Council members have been campaigning for leadership positions for the past two weeks. Starting today, students can vote for the new class officers through Naviance, until Apr. 13. “Our goal...

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