The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

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There is a common misconception that the news section is boring or contains irrelevant facts. However, that is far from the truth. Co-Head Editors Mayo Ou and Lisa Yi with the help of Assistant Editor Callum Stewart-Glavin have cultivated a news section that represents something far greater than just news. Along with carrying the multitude of academic excellence to extracurricular activities such as cross country, swim, and speech and debate, the news section offers fun, creativity, and, most importantly, facts, for these editors. Indeed, many people think the news section is boring because it is just facts, but the news section is far more entertaining than you might think. Yi says that she joined the news section because of the variety of topics that could be chosen to write about, which gives her a sense of freedom. Ou, personally, says the news section has one of the most applicable articles to students as students can easily relate to what they are reading. Ranging from articles about El Roble’s vaping problem to who the next representative was elected in the House of Representatives, the news section is a section that goes beyond just the facts.

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Johnathan Lee, Reporter
Johnathan Lee is a freshman at Claremont High School, and is currently a first-year reporter for the Wolfpacket. He is excited to contribute to the newspaper during the 2023-2024 school year. While honing his writing skills and collaborating with peers, he is also an avid athlete. He is a captain of the CHS JV Water Polo team, where he proudly competes with eight years of experience. Lee spends most of his free time swimming and enjoys the strong bond and safe space he has built with his teammates. Besides swimming, Lee is also a member of the CHS Speech and Debate team and violinist performing with the CHS Orchestra. Despite having a full schedule, Lee looks forward to being challenged by his assignments in Wolfpacket and will work hard to produce thoughtful articles throughout the year.
Kate Mitchell, Assistant Features Editor
Kate Mitchell is excited to start her junior year as the Assistant Features Editor for The Wolfpacket. Mitchell enjoys going to Harry Styles and Taylor Swift concerts, and is also a big fan of The Neighborhood and Zach Bryan. She is a Gilmore Girls fanatic and rewatches the show every fall to get in the school spirit. This is the second year Mitchell has been a part of the CHS tennis team and really enjoys her time on the court. Mitchell is passionate about being in the Wolfpacket and is ready to see what this school year has to offer!
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