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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

Ariana Grande released “eternal sunshine” on Mar. 8 along with a music video for her track “we can’t be friends.” With smooth instrumentals, melodic vocals and complex lyrics, I give this album a 9/10 stars.
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Catching a ball, junior Alivia Robinson plays at the Cedar Park vs Glenn game. Having played since she was 5 years old, she is dedicated to softball and has committed to UTPB for softball. “When I got my offer it took me a very long time to decide where,” Robinson said. “Softball has always been my dream for college, and UTPB is my fit. When [I committed] I knew I was going to be loved and supported.”
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Julia Seiden, Reporter • April 12, 2024

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Junior Abby Williams on the set of The One Act Play That Goes Wrong posing next to senior Noa Avigdor, juniors Evan Schmitt and Seth Loudenslager, and sophomore Ben Akers. “I still think that ‘The One Act Play That Goes Wrong’ has to be my favorite,” Williams said. “Its the show where I discovered my love for comedy and comedic acting, and where I found out that I have really good comedic timing, if I do say so myself. I got a round of applause in the middle of the show for a moment that I am very proud of.”
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Posing with their “Featured Yearbook” banner, signifying that the 2022-2023 yearbook is used as an example for other yearbook classes, the yearbook team smiles at the camera. Yearbooks have been on sale for $80 all school year, with 90 left in stock. “Im really happy with this book,” content editor and senior James Sanderson said. “I think other people are going to be happy with it; all our pages look really cute. Issues are a thing, but we have them every single year and we dont let them get in the way. We work on a very, very tight schedule and theres no pushing deadlines back. It’s a lot of fun, though. It is such an amazing staff and a very engaging team. Its very fulfilling work.” Photo courtesy of Paige Hert
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Standing for a group photo, Rho Kappa volunteers group together to run the Women’s History Month gallery walk in the library. “The members’ involvement was really nice to see,” Rho Kappa Vice President James Sanderson said. “I liked seeing our Rho Kappa members actively participate in community events, especially with something as important as women’s history. Photo courtesy of Jennifer Fortenberry
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Every year, the new freshman class has to accommodate to the rules and procedures of high school. Having two different days for classes, a big campus and loads of homework can leave the new students dazed and confused for the first week or two.

“The dress code is less strict, and there are less restroom passes like in middle school,” freshman Avery Deen said. “It’s less strict in general.”

Many freshman said that it took them a while to remember which side of the A building was east and west, and that finding all their classes and remembering where all their classes were was a bit of a challenge.

“On the first day, I went to the East wing when I was looking for my class in the West wing,” Deen said.

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Another freshman, Allison McCarty, agreed that it took some time to remember where everything was in the school.

“It was kind of hard to find all of your classes,” McCarty said. “The classes are farther apart than middle school.”

Some freshman might have a hard time adjusting to the A-day and B-day schedule that they don’t have in middle school, or that homework might be more difficult, or hard to complete on time, but McCarty doesn’t agree.

“You have only four classes a day,” McCarty said. “That means that you only have to do homework for four classes a night instead of all eight.”

Deen also thought that the A-day and B-day schedule was helpful to the completion of assignments.

“It gives you more time in class,” Deen said. “It also allows you more time to finish all of your projects and homework.”

High school is an entirely different experience than middle school. But Deen says that she likes high school more than middle school.

“There are more opportunities for students than middle school,” Deen said.

Freshman Avery Deen listens in math class during the first week of school. Photo by Lizzy Lamm

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Lizzy Lamm, Writer
Sophomore Lizzy Lamm has always been interested in writing. She started writing creative stories in sixth grade, and created the middle school newspaper in eighth grade for her girl scout silver award project. She continued her love of writing into high school, and this is her second year on the Wolfpack newspaper staff. This year, she is also vice president of the new creative writing club, and secretary of the CPHS book club.

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