The Wolfpacket

Thrifting, sustainable and accessible fashion, under threat

Thrifting, sustainable and accessible fashion, under threat

Izzy Thomas, Reporter March 22, 2021

Who would have thought, 100 years ago, that old clothes from strangers could ever become the peak of fashion and trendiness? Shops that are now referred to as “thrift stores” originated in the late...

An argument for and against a $15 federal minimum wage

Melina Tisopulos and David Begazo March 22, 2021

Pro: A raise in minimum wage is a raise for all by Melina Tisopulos On Friday, Mar. 12, the Senate voted to implement an increased federal minimum wage provision into President Biden’s new Covid...

Why aren’t ethnic studies a necessity for higher education at CUSD?

Why aren’t ethnic studies a necessity for higher education at CUSD?

Boushra Bettir, Reporter March 22, 2021

For a long amount of time, many CUSD students have become weary of the disappointing lack of ethnic classes in our curriculum. Studying history and culture was somewhat entertaining until I questioned...

Police should not respond to mental health crises

Police should not respond to mental health crises

Sarisa Hoang, Reporter February 26, 2021

On December 30, 2020, 19-year old Christian Hall, a Chinese-American man, was standing on the Route 33 southbound overpass to Interstate 80 when he was shot by Pennsylvania State Police as he was experiencing...

Part 2 of 2: We must extricate the world from the grips of unethical, antidemocratic capitalism

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Head Sports Editor February 26, 2021

[Continued from Part 1:] Deforestation and other similar global activities, accelerants of climate change and ecosystem-destroyers, are unquestionably morally perverse. Such activities, if their effects...

IB marketing: false advertising or elitist?

Meghan Mason, Assistant News Editor February 26, 2021

“Our programmes encourage both personal development and academic achievement challenging students to think critically, to ask the right questions and think across disciplines. An IB education also fosters...

Milk first or cereal first: a nation divided

Meghan Mason, Assistant News Editor January 25, 2021

Cereal! Everyone’s favorite breathtaking breakfast was originally created in 1863. Since then, the promised land of perfect taste and unparalleled mouth-feel has always remained just out of reach, because...

Part 1 of 2: We must extricate the world from the grips of unethical, antidemocratic capitalism

Part 1 of 2: We must extricate the world from the grips of unethical, antidemocratic capitalism

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Head Sports Editor January 25, 2021

The events of January 6 at the Capitol constituted a phase of an unmasking — long in the works, of the rotting carcass of a system in the US which allowed for and produced the events of Jan. 6, in addition...

Things need to change for ASB to be called student government

Michael Ball, Reporter January 25, 2021

The Associated Student Body (ASB) elections are a magical time of year, with students debating the problems they face and who would do the best job representing them. Oh wait, that is not how it works....

Refocusing Tech Ed

Izzy Thomas, Reporter January 25, 2021

Every year at registration, hundreds of CHS students stand in what seem like never-ending lines, waiting to collect a paper with their provided Google account name and password printed on it. Students...

Of covid and companies: America’s vaccine rollout hinges on corporate mandates

Charlie Warren, Assistant Sports Editor December 14, 2020

The consensus is clear: there is hope at last. Multiple pharmaceutical companies have developed vaccines for COVID-19, and millions of people across the United States have rejoiced upon hearing the news....

“Free” college is a terrible solution that fails to recognize the real issues

David Begazo December 14, 2020

On top of today’s depression epidemic, strong political division, and pandemic, millions of young adults across the country have a struggle of their own to add to the list: student debt. As of 2020,...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The student news site of Claremont High School
Opinions