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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...

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...

Speech and Debate Public Forum Captain Heads To Brown University

Charles Jiang, Assistant News Editor

June 5, 2020

For many, attending an Ivy League university is only a far off dream. However for CHS senior, Chaerim Kang, this dream was well within her reach and has become her new reality. Starting fall of 2020, Kang will be attending Brown University. Through her success in her college journey, it becomes apparent...

Jade Sleiman, the youngest of the class of 2020, heads to CSUN

Kathryn Enriquez, Reporter

June 5, 2020

Always on the run to her next activity, class, or extracurricular, there was never a dull moment during Jade Sleiman’s time at CHS. By day she was juggling classes, extracurriculars, and tutoring, while at night she was completing school work and attending multiple college courses. Now at only age...

Aleks Watkins Goes To Carnegie Mellon A Year Ahead Of Schedule

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Assistant Sports Editor

June 5, 2020

A thoughtful, kind, and earnest presence on campus, Aleks Watkins will be missed by her peers in the class of 2021. Yes, that is right — 2021. Watkins, who was a junior until a matter of weeks ago, was accepted to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh through the Early Admission program offered...

Honorary Gilmore Girl Alex Abarca Heads To Yale

Honorary Gilmore Girl Alex Abarca Heads To Yale

Ady Bolinger, Reporter

June 5, 2020

Some people choose their dream school based upon academics, some choose based upon prestige, some upon location, and well — some choose their dream school based off of Gilmore Girl, Rory Gilmore. Meet Alex Abarca: “Gilmore Girls” fan, CHS senior, first-generation college student, captain of the...

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