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The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

Pablo Guevara

Pablo Guevara, Reporter

Pablo Guevara is a sophomore at Claremont High School, and a first-year reporter for the Wolfpacket. Guevara was incentivized to join the Wolfpacket staff because of how writing-centric the class is, which is something he didn’t often find in many other activities on campus. During his time on the staff, Guevara hopes to not only get exposure from his writing, but to also do it on a variety of topics. He currently serves as a Congressional Debate leader for the CHS Speech and Debate team, and is also an avid member of the school tennis team and Interact club. In the future, Guevara hopes to attend a university and study law or political science. But firstly, he navigates his second year of high school, where he looks to demonstrate leadership, empower an array of diverse opinions in his section, and utilize his season passes to three California theme parks.

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Policy With Pablo: California To Ban Forever Chemicals In Water Forever

Policy With Pablo: California To Ban “Forever Chemicals” In Water Forever

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
May 3, 2024

At CHS, it seems that students cannot live without the three or four water fountains sparsely dotted around campus. Whether they are refueling for a sports...

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Jojo Siwa’s Bad “Karma” Bites Back

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
May 3, 2024

There are some people whom you just cannot take seriously. Jojo Siwa is certainly one of them, as people both online and offline ridicule and dislike her...

Policy With Pablo: Super Tuesday Special

Policy With Pablo: Super Tuesday Special

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
March 29, 2024

A democracy is of the people, by the people, and for the people. At the core of democracy, it is the people who decide what policies to support and who...

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Generation Alpha’s slang is a “W,” not an “L”

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
March 4, 2024

Every generation has its cultural staples. Generation X had Micheal Jackson and The Simpsons, millennials had Harry Potter and the Spice Girls, and the...

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Substantial Substance Abuse Laws Find And Fight Fentanyl Dealers

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
March 4, 2024

Most students at Claremont High School have probably been exposed to their fair share of DARE and other drug PSAs warning them about the dangers of using...

Statues Of Kobe Bryant And Jackie Robinson Bring Their Legacy To Light

Statues Of Kobe Bryant And Jackie Robinson Bring Their Legacy To Light

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
March 4, 2024
Athletes often leave some of the greatest legacies when they step off the field for good. For many people, modern greats like Simone Biles, Patrick Mahomes, and Rafael Nadal are not just people with incredible talent and decorated careers—they represent the traits that people want to emulate in their day-to-day life. As such, humans idolize...
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The “Epstein List” Blurs The Lines Of Accountability

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
February 9, 2024

We love to jump to conclusions. When the facts all seem to line up, we always point a finger at whoever they seem to line up against—even when what seems...

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New “Red Flag” Laws Fire Back At Gun Violence

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
February 9, 2024

It is undeniable that school shootings and their staggering frequency have become a tragedy nationwide. Even though California has the lowest rate of gun...

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SATIRE: Cancelable Christmas

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
December 21, 2023

Ah, Christmas. There’s nothing quite like sitting around the tree with friends and family, caroling around the neighborhood, and waiting for Santa Claus...

Sun Sets On High-Set Prices For Solar Energy In California

Sun Sets On High-Set Prices For Solar Energy In California

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
December 21, 2023

Considering that many live in the city of trees and PhDs, it should come as no surprise that Claremont knows a thing or two about going green. Our person-to-car...

Eyes on the road, now in LA county

Eyes on the road, now in LA county

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
November 17, 2023

It was about time the California government realized this: students do not make the best drivers. Far from it, in fact; studies indicate that teenage drivers...

A feature featuring features

A feature featuring features

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
November 17, 2023

The ever-flexible Features spread of the Wolfpacket, designed to keep readers in the know about the biggest issues of the month, is the responsibility...

Homecoming Royal: Edgar Chacon

Homecoming Royal: Edgar Chacon

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
October 13, 2023

Being in a marching band is no easy feat, but learning to lead one as a Drum Major is almost impossible; you have got to keep a whole group of people playing...

SATIRE: Dr. Mitchell Rules With Iron Fist

SATIRE: Dr. Mitchell Rules With Iron Fist

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
October 13, 2023

We all know that last year’s resignation of power was not pretty; as all non-freshman clearly remember, a coup was staged among the CHS administration...

The Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Decision: Pro

The Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Decision: Pro

Pablo Guevara, Reporter
October 13, 2023

After forty years, the Supreme Court has finally overturned the use of Affirmative Action in college admissions. Though it was fairly contentious and only...

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