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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

 Sporting their Bobcat pride, seniors Emma Frith and Lauren Dane show off their future school, Texas State University. The duo are known to work backstage in tech during theatre productions, with Dane mainly manning costume design and occasionally lights, and Frith in the stage manager position. “Im super sad that this is my last year working with Emma because it’s what brought us together,” Dane said. “But I’m so excited to go to college with her and see everything she does as she continues with theatre. I really love the friendship Emma and I have and I want to keep it through college.”

Double Trouble

Isa Morgan, Reporter May 20, 2022

It's everyone’s dream to work with their best friends, and for seniors Lauren Dane and Emma Frith, that’s what they’ve been doing for the past three years; working backstage in tech during theatre...

Senior Madelyn Roberts smiles in the snow as she holds her Colorado State memorabilia. Roberts chose to go out of state because of her interest in fashion and her admiration for the university. “I really wanted somewhere that was picturesque, [some place] that fits with my vintage style,” Roberts said. “I wanted somewhere where I could walk down to mainstreet and have a bunch at a cafe. Or go shopping. I’ll be a fashion major, and I have my own fashion Instagram [account] and I could just see myself pursuing these interests in Fort Collins.”

A Common Future

Ruchi Sankolli, Assistant Editor February 18, 2022

Despite the rush of applying to colleges coming to an end, whispers of where to apply and what decisions were received can still be heard throughout the hallways. As students wrap up their decisions on...

Working 15-35 hours a week at Rock n Rolls Sushi Lounge, Dalila Moran helps with running food and expo when possible. Rock n Rolls Sushi Lounge is on Lakeline Blvd, selling everything from sushi, to burgers, to lobster.

All in a Hard Day’s Work

Hank Barna, Reporter September 25, 2021

After being prepared for years to go into the “real world," seniors have begun to face what it is really like to work a job: arrive to work on time, pay taxes, ask for a raise and manage time accordingly. According...

Leading the band, senior drum major Kendyl Morris conducts at the football game against Midway on Sept. 1, 2017. “Being a drum major has allowed me to not only be a part of something bigger than myself, but it has also given me the opportunity to see how to make those moments happen,” Morris said. “I learned how to truly care about others more than myself, because over time you begin to care for the group more than specific results.

Conducting the Way to Success

Addy Bates, Reporter May 20, 2019

A two-time state champion, Grand Nationals finalist and Texas Marching Classic 2016 champion. Through all of these accomplishments, senior drum major Kendyl Morris has helped lead the band through it all. After...

How to avoid the worst road trip ever

Halie Noble May 26, 2009

     If you are planning to go on a senior road trip this summer, then I have a few pieces of advice that, I warn, should be followed. Special attention should be paid if you think all it takes to...

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