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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...

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...

Goodbyes from the Senior Wolfpacket Staff Members

Goodbyes from the Senior Wolfpacket Staff Members

June 5, 2020

As this school year comes to a close, the Wolfpacket has ten staff members going off to college. We wish them all the best! Congratulations Neeloofar Asad Soleimani, Abby Bodell, Jaden Clark, Garrett Cox, Hana Hashioka, Katie Jung, Isabel Koeppen, Stephen Nazareth, Angelo Thomas, and Eden Yu! Thank you...

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...

jxdn: TikToker Turned Rockstar Signs to DTA Records

Jaden Hossler, more commonly known by his stage name, jxdn, signs music deal with DTA Records.

Casey Shoultz, Assistant Sports Editor

May 22, 2020

In this generation, full of TikTok and Instagram influencers, it is no shock that there is a multitude of talent within these apps. The platforms allow social media influencers to showcase their talents to large audiences. However, one influencer in particular is breaking free from the social media shell...

Letter to the Editor: Teachers, Respond to our F***ing Emails, Please

An overflowing CUSD inbox.

Anonymous, Guest Writer

May 22, 2020

I’m sure many Claremont High School juniors can agree that most of us are freaks who need constant validation and reassurance to function; and if everything isn’t perfect, our world falls apart like every city in every Marvel movie. We’re freaks because we care! So why don’t our teachers? During...

Letter to the Editor: Construction Area 51

The current state of CHS’ future student center; a project that is set to be completed around July 2020, depending on weather complications.

Andrew Eisenberg, Guest Writer

May 22, 2020

We all know that there is currently construction on the CHS campus, but what exactly are the workers doing? There have been rumors of a so-called “student center," but some students have their doubts. As one student said, “I have my doubts." A new mindset is taking hold of students, leading them...

Photos from the Pandemic: Part 4

Mid-quarantine I decided rather than caving and shaving my head, I'd merely give it a trim with pink scissors made for children. But pink scissors don't compare to cinematic mountaintop orange chicken. A break, a breather, and a breath of fresh air in my poorly chopped hair.

Kay Oken, Editor-in-Chief

May 22, 2020

One thing this pandemic has forced us all to do is to spend time with not only ourselves but our immediate family as well. This pandemic has taken a toll on all our lives in different ways and to different degrees. My dad is a small business owner. He has run Rhino Records and Video Paradiso in the...

In Memoriam of Corey La Barrie: Influencer and Friend

Influencer Corey La Barrie; deceased at age 25.

Casey Shoultz, Assistant Sports Editor

May 22, 2020

On May 10, 2020, influencer Corey La Barrie was celebrating his 25th birthday with his close friends and family, when he was in a drunk driving accident the same night. Daniel Silva, a popular tattoo artist and alleged close friend of La Barrie’s, was reported to be driving the car at a high rate of...

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