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Photos from the Claremont Black Lives Matter protests

Maya Garcia, president of the club Disarm Hate stands in protest for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Ryley Swift, Photographer

June 19, 2020

Photographer Ryley Swift takes viewers on a journey through the emotions and experience of the Claremont Black Lives Matter protests. Click above to view the photo gallery and read about each photo.

One day, one protest, over one hundred voices

One day, one protest, over one hundred voices

Kay Oken, Editor-in-Chief

June 19, 2020

In the past when I have published my photos here, I make sure each photo is captioned to the best of my ability, so you all may understand the greater narrative at play. But I think this is one story we are all familiar with at this point. So rather than interjecting my voice into this conversation,...

Senior College List

Senior College List

June 5, 2020

Through a Google Survey, the Wolfpacket gathered information from as many seniors as possible, as to where they will be attending come Fall 2020. 148 responses were gathered in total. Congratulations to the CHS class of 2020! If you are not on the list, and would like to be, please email us at [email protected] with your full n...

Azalea Segura-Mora To Run Cross-Country At UCSD

Dilyn Lopez, Reporter

June 5, 2020

Azalea Segura-Mora has made some of her best memories at CHS from her strong work ethic and her passion for classical music. Throughout the years she has made her time at CHS well spent from winning Battle of the Bands her junior year with her band Corazon de Melon to being a strong cross-country runner. Segura-Mora...

Cleo de la Torre/Tobbi to produce wine, and leave whining students behind

Asiya Junisbai, Assistant Opinions Editor

June 5, 2020

After three fruitful years, CHS English and Journalism teacher Cleo de la Torre, more commonly referred to by the student body as Ms Tobbi, is leaving CHS in order to explore the next great unknown: the wine business. However, true to her fashion, de la Torre’s aspirations are not that of your every-day...

“Lizard Wizard” Jaden Clark bound for Stanford

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Assistant Sports Editor

June 5, 2020

Jaden Clark’s friends often joke with him about his monotone voice and his meticulously selected register in conversation. They joke about his “circuit board overheating” on a hot day, joke about his quasi-supercomputer-level intellect, and remark that they would not be surprised if a compartment popped o...

A Q&A with the Seniors attending UCLA

A Q&A with the Seniors attending UCLA

June 5, 2020

The following interviews were conducted by the Wolfpacket in a Q&A fashion for Seniors attending UCLA.   Q&A with Stephen Nazareth Why did you decide to attend UCLA? I applied to around 10 colleges during admissions seasons. I picked based on top engineering schools in the nation and...

Katlin Entrup’s dreams will come true at the University of San Diego

Meghan Mason, Reporter

June 5, 2020

Ever since Katlin Entrup was a little girl she dreamed of playing college softball, and this fall her dreams will become a reality when she begins her college career at the University of San Diego (USD). The 18 year-old senior will be pitching for the Toreros next year, and is looking forward to the c...

Mr. Cooper’s em“ocean”al departure to Santa Cruz

Mr. Cooper's em“ocean

Charles Jiang, Assistant News Editor

June 5, 2020

After 13 years of teaching at CHS, math and computer science teacher Brian Cooper will be leaving CHS and embarking on a new journey to Santa Cruz. For many, Cooper’s departure is a tough one, as his delightful presence and great ability to teach will truly be missed. Starting out 13 years ago teaching...

Mae Key-Ketter Crosses Over To The University Of Redlands

Hana Hashioka, Reporter

June 5, 2020

Big plans are in Mae Key-Ketter’s future. She will be running cross-country at the University of Redlands and plans on majoring in Political Science with a focus on international relations and pre-law. This career path was inspired by the experience she had at the United Nations in March 2019. “I...

Queen Danny D departs CHS for medical school and dance career

Claire Judson, Assistant News Editor

June 5, 2020

A little over a year ago, the Wolfpacket sat down with then junior Danielle D’Arcangelo, better known as “Queen Danny D,” to discuss her experience as a Wolf Gang captain, full IB diploma candidate, and pep rally phenomenon. In the interview, she expressed her desire to pursue a career in both...

Jacob Lopez Shoots For The Stars At Occidental

Kathryn Enriquez, Reporter

June 5, 2020

Passion. Drive. Commitment. These aspects are needed from every athlete to succeed and prosper in any sport. For senior Jacob Lopez, showing these aspects in basketball is a walk in the court. After playing both point and shooting guard for the CHS Wolfpack, he is eager to join his new team: the Occidental...

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