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A poem from the graduating Wolfpacket EICs

Kay Oken, Claire Judson, and Joseph Salvinski June 11, 2021

Graduating Class of 2021 Finally the end of this long run Mostly online days spent on Zoom Classes in our own bedrooms   Senior year behind a screen Heads wired on coffee beans Winding down...

Lucie Higuera plans to pursue acting at Pace University

Lucie Higuera plans to pursue acting at Pace University

Kathryn Enriquez, Arts and Entertainment Editor June 11, 2021

The end of senior year signifies an important change in life as students transition from the daily comforts of suburban routine into the rapidly-paced world of adulthood. While the uncertainty of change...

Best friends forevermore: lifelong pals Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne and Zack Kreines to attend Swarthmore College

Best friends forevermore: lifelong pals Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne and Zack Kreines to attend Swarthmore College

Charlie Warren, Assistant Sports Editor June 11, 2021

In a country where there are nearly 4,000 different universities spread out across 3.797 million square miles, this article really should never have ever existed. Statistically speaking, it is highly improbable...

Askari’s Ahad’s Hollywood Dreams

Askari’s Ahad’s Hollywood Dreams

Meghan Mason, Assistant News Editor June 11, 2021

Over his four years of high school, Askari Ahad has gone from an unsure 14-year-old boy to an ambitious creative entrepreneur. At CHS, he ran varsity cross-country and track, started his own clothing brand,...

Lucas Massie skates north to play hockey for the Canadian Blackfalds Bulldogs

Lucas Massie skates north to play hockey for the Canadian Blackfalds Bulldogs

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Head Sports Editor June 11, 2021

When one thinks of a hockey player, someone who plays an intense and injury-heavy sport, Lucas Massie might not come to mind. Nonetheless, laid-back and thoughtful, the senior plays hockey and excels at...

Olivia Rodrigo debuts new album, and it’s anything but SOUR

Casey Shoultz, Assistant Sports Editor June 9, 2021

When writing an article about new artists and their albums, the first thing a journalist has to do is introduce them to the world, in case outside readers are not familiar with who they are or what they’re...

CHS Theatre director Krista Carson Elhai retires after 27 years

CHS Theatre director Krista Carson Elhai retires after 27 years

David Begazo, Reporter May 10, 2021

CHS Theatre director Krista Carson Elhai is retiring after holding the position for 27 years. As the school year comes to a close, she has had plenty of time to reflect on her long career and the new chapter...

The team walks onto the field at an away game.

Football ends long drought with undefeated 2021 season

David Begazo, Reporter May 10, 2021

  After 17 seasons without the trophy, the CHS football team are once again the top dogs after defeating Chaffey 38-0 in the San Antonio League championship game, capping off a dominant season...

Plans for prom, graduation, and other senior events

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter May 10, 2021

This unprecedented school year has taken away many of the iconic senior year experiences from the class of 2021. However, as Covid cases fall and restrictions loosen, it appears the end of senior year...

Students walk through the halls of the recently reopened Claremont High School.

From chatting to cheating: students and teachers navigate the return to the classroom

Meghan Mason, Assistant News Editor May 10, 2021

All student quotes were submitted anonymously through questions posted on the Wolfpacket Instagram. Almost a year to the day after CUSD originally planned to reopen campuses after their closure in March...

Satire: Choice to name student center after O’Connor is flawed

Satire: Choice to name student center after O’Connor is flawed

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Head Sports Editor May 10, 2021

It is clear that CHS has grown and been enriched under the 13-year stewardship of Dr. Brett O’Connor; yet, analogizing the school to a ship navigating the ocean, should the ship’s captain receive recognition...

An exploration of the relationship between mental health and sports

An exploration of the relationship between mental health and sports

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter April 19, 2021

The relationship between playing sports and physical health is cut and dry; those who play sports are, on the whole, healthier. However, the connection between athletes and mental health is far more obscure....

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