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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

Theo da Silveira

Theo da Silveira, Reporter

Theo da Silveira is a Junior at Claremont High School and a second year reporter for the Wolfpacket. In addition to actively writing politics-related articles and pursuing other journalistic interests, he also balances life as a varsity soccer player. One standout high school memory he cherishes is his team’s remarkable win that secured the league championship last year. In true Gen Z fashion, the one thing he insists he can’t live without are his airpods (shockingly). Although he has several commitments to juggle, during his free time he enjoys hanging out with his friends and binge-watching movies. This year, he’s eagerly prepared to write numerous articles for the Wolfpacket, sharing his individual perspective on widely controversial issues.

All content by Theo Da Silveira

2024 Election: Gearing up

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
February 9, 2024

2024 is in full swing, which means that the country is preparing for one of the most anticipated and high-stakes elections in American history. Consequently,...

A Tribute to Matthew Perry

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
December 21, 2023

The beloved actor Mathew Perry passed away on October 28th, 2023. Known for playing Chandler Bing, in the widely-popular sitcom Friends, he died at the...

Humanitarian impact of the war

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
November 17, 2023

The modern day genesis of the Israel and Palestine conflict begins in 1948 when Israel becomes a state. After the Nazi Holocaust in WWII, millions of Jews...

California kills club funding with abusive policies

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
November 17, 2023

CHS is full of extracurriculars and clubs that are cherished by students and staff. Through these activities, students can explore their passions beyond...

The Supreme Courts Affirmative Action Decision: Con

The Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Decision: Con

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
October 13, 2023

The recent decision to overturn Affirmative Action is a step backward for the United States. Affirmative Action is a policy that increases the representation...

Oppenheimers Cinematic Blast

Oppenheimer’s Cinematic Blast

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
October 13, 2023

The summer blockbuster and thriller, Oppenheimer directed by Christopher Nolan, hit the movie theaters with a blast on July 21st. Starring the Irish actor...

Harper Embraces Pitzer

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
June 9, 2023

There is always that one friend in the group who is reliable on the AUX. Saul Harper is that friend. His love for music is a big part of his identity;...

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Trump’s legal reckoning

Theo da Silveira and Areesh Zaidi
May 5, 2023

For the first time in history, a former U.S. President is being charged with criminal activity. In the past, Presidents have been accused of crimes, but...

Netflix brings it on in with OBX season 3

Netflix brings it on in with OBX season 3

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
March 27, 2023

Most TV shows begin to fall off after the first or second season, but “Outer Banks” is an exception. The widely popular Netflix original follows a...

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 Robnett

Athlete of the month: Ty Robnett

Theo Da Silveira, Reporter
March 3, 2023

Ty Robnett's role as the captain and central defensive midfield of the Claremont Boys Varsity Soccer team undoubtedly establishes him as a key player....

SATIRE: President Bolsonaro running in 2024

Theo Da Silveira, Reporters
March 2, 2023

As the presidential election in the United States approaches, it seems that the political landscape is becoming increasingly crowded. But amidst the usual...

Heavy visual effects have ruined cinema

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
February 2, 2023

Computer-generated imagery (CGI) has become increasingly prevalent in modern media, particularly in film and television. While it can be used to create...

Avatar 2: Splash or Crash!

Avatar 2: Splash or Crash!

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
February 2, 2023

“Avatar” still stands to this day as the most successful box office hit of all time. The sequel, “Avatar: The Way of Water,” also became a huge...

The U.S. Should Have Gone to the World Cup

The U.S. Should Have Gone to the World Cup

Theo Da Silveira, Reporter
December 22, 2022

The 2022 World Cup hosted in Qatar will forever be regarded as one of the most controversial in the tournament's history. Qatar garnered a lot of media...

Elon “Musk” stop

Theo Da Silveira, Reporter
December 22, 2022

Elon Musk: hated by most but loved by many, this successful self-made billionaire is picking up new headlines every day. On Oct. 28 of this year, Musk...

Inflation Skyrockets

Theo Da Silveira, Reporter
November 18, 2022

Inflation has plagued the U.S. economy on a scale that hasn’t been seen before in years. The skyrocketing price of consumer goods such as gas, food,...

Why there should be a Constitutional maximum age cap for U.S. presidents

Why there should be a Constitutional maximum age cap for U.S. presidents

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
October 21, 2022

When the Constitution of the United States was written in 1787, the written charter required for the president to be at least thirty five years old to...

New year, new dance, no dates

Theo Da Silveira, Reporter
October 3, 2022

The students of Claremont High School crowded near the speakers and began moshing while listening to the all-time classic, “Baby,” by Justin Bieber....

How abortion will impact this midterm election

How abortion will impact this midterm election

Theo da Silveira, Reporter
September 30, 2022

The midterm election happens halfway through a presidential term when state representatives of the House are determined and a portion of the Senate. This...

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