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The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

John (Jack) Warren

John (Jack) Warren, Editor-in-Chief

Jack Warren is editor-in-chief of The Wolfpacket and a senior at CHS. As an avid rock climber, he can be found at the Upland Hanger around three times a week with his friends. On campus Warren is involved in A LOT of school activities: The Wolfpacket, Interact, CSF, NHS, the Rocking Climbing club, CHS Esports, and the new and upcoming PickleBall club! Off campus, Warren works part-time at STEM Center USA as an instructor and volunteers weekly at the Joslyn Senior Center computer club. This summer Warren and his family vacationed in Canada where he spent hours of his day chilling on a paddle board and pondering the world around him. Warren also demonstrates his prodigious balancing skills while balancing his rigorous IB/AP academic schedule with all of his extracurriculars. Only time will tell where Warren will be off to after high school; he has many decisions to make for his future. But for now, Warren is excited for his senior year and can’t wait for all the memories he’ll make.

All content by John (Jack) Warren

ChatGPT: The Rise of Artificial Intelligence

Kyle Chen and John (Jack) Warren
February 3, 2023

ChatGPT is a cutting-edge language model developed by OpenAI. It has the ability to generate human-like text, making it a powerful tool for a variety of...

Jimmy Boyle becomes one with the Sage Hens

John (Jack) Warren, Mentor
June 10, 2022

1) Tell me a bit about yourself My name is Jimmy Boyle. Some of my hobbies include playing piano, running cross country and track, and drawing (landscapes...

Shivaram shoots for Brandeis

John (Jack) Warren, Mentor
June 10, 2022

1) What made you choose Brandeis? “When I was first deciding colleges, I really didn’t know anyone who went there, but after doing a bit of research...

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Pokémon Legends: Arceus, great gameplay tests bad visuals

John (Jack) Warren, Editor
April 1, 2022

I have never been too interested in the "Pokémon" franchise. Whenever a game came along and if I had extra cash, I would buy it, play it, finish it, sometimes...

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Taking Control With Jack Warren: FNAF Security Breach

John (Jack) Warren, Reporter
January 21, 2022

“Five Nights at Freddy’s” feels like it has always been around. With its first game releasing in 2014, developed by Scott Cawthon, “FNAF” quickly...

NFTs: a token of stupidity

John (Jack) Warren, Reporter
January 21, 2022

Everyone knows somebody that collects trading cards. Whether it be Pokémon, baseball or K-pop photo cards, trading cards have been popular for what feels...

SATIRE: History Repeats Itself with the 1904 Olympic Marathon

Cheng Han Li and John (Jack) Warren
January 21, 2022

“Those who do not listen to history are doomed to repeat it” -George Santanya, 1905 In 1904, the U.S. held their first ever Olympic Games in St....

Cahuilla Park (next to Claremont High School) after city turf reduction.

Keen to go green: Claremont stops talking trash and starts talking compost & water

Mayo Ou and John Warren
December 18, 2021

In the wake of climate change, with food piling up in landfills and droughts descending across the land, the City of Claremont has put into place new...

The Wolfpackets 2022 Predictions

The Wolfpacket’s 2022 Predictions

Carrie Anne Little and John (Jack) Warren
December 17, 2021

*Some of these predictions have an actual chance of happening, and others were made by Jack January 12, 2022: The end of the world A nuclear missile...

Sebastians gracious olive branch of peace; the letter -Sebastian Quadrini

Matteo Quadrini Saves The Wolfpacket

John Warren and Izzy Thomas
November 19, 2021

The year was 2015. An incredibly well dressed, poofy haired Condit fourth grader was desperate for the attention of one poor girl: Sequoia Clark. This...

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Metroid Dread: the dreadful wait is over

John Warren, Reporter
November 19, 2021

The Nintendo Switch has had many genre-defining games. From “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” with its expansive open world, to “Super Mario...

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Witnessing the Rainbow in all it’s Glory

John Warren, Reporter
October 29, 2021

Mankind has been around for millennia, inventing such trivial things like hospitals and the public school system. However, no single invention compares...

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A bird-brained marketing strategy; KFC needs to stop.

John Warren, Reporter
September 24, 2021

KFC spends $100 million a year on marketing. A large slice of that pot-pie goes to their research and development team, who concoct such great ideas as...

Taking control with Jack Warren: Balan Wonderworld

John Warren, Reporter
September 24, 2021

3D platformers have dominated the video game market for a very long time. They started with “Super Mario 64” in 1996, but died down significantly around...

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