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The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

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Joy Cheng and Fiona Bulmer December 21, 2023

Running noses and coughs have become the chorus of Claremont High School classrooms. Over the past month, students have found themselves within the grasp of an escalating health crisis, leaving classrooms...

Fall COVID tests expired... or not?

Fall COVID tests expired… or not?

Mayo Ou, Head News Editor December 22, 2022

Time to pass out the tests! Wait, a test today? Well, one for COVID, at least. Over the course of the pandemic, almost everyone has gotten used to sticking swabs up their noses, mixing the swab with a...

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The return of the flu

Enya Wang and Kirra Park November 18, 2022

It is that time of year when viruses take to the chilly air, afflicting many with runny noses and sore throats. As fall transitions into winter, respiratory illnesses like influenza (commonly known as...

SATIRE: Ok CHS, is it time to bring back bullying freshmen?

Melina Tisopulos, Assistant News Editor April 1, 2022

Disclaimer: This is a work of satire. The author nor the Wolfpacket endorses bullying freshmen. Despite the hype, cyberbullying is nowhere near as effective nor as pleasurable as real bullying. So...

SATIRE: Be mine, N95: kiss me through the mask

Isha Raheja, Features Editor April 1, 2022

Together, as students of CHS, we must band together to reduce PDA, and as mask protocols get lifted at Claremont Highschool, I have a feeling I am going to be seeing a lot more smooches. In order to...

Omicron opens up outlandish operations at CHS

Omicron opens up outlandish operations at CHS

Lisa Yi and Anna Jiang January 21, 2022

Omicron has had an incredible impact on a global scale––but how has this surge in cases affected life on the high school level? Within the past two weeks, CHS has reported over 210 COVID-19 cases on...

An exploration of the relationship between mental health and sports

An exploration of the relationship between mental health and sports

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter April 19, 2021

The relationship between playing sports and physical health is cut and dry; those who play sports are, on the whole, healthier. However, the connection between athletes and mental health is far more obscure....

In-person PE; not a priority

In-person PE; not a priority

Izzy Thomas, Reporter April 19, 2021

Three words: PE, Locker, Room— widely known as one of the grossest places on the planet and defined by Urban Dictionary as “the most awkward place in school.” Anyone who has attended public school...

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Wellness and the outdoors: spend some time with “yo’ mamma” Nature

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Sports Editor March 22, 2021

After finishing their homework for the day, a student grabs a pair of shoes and steps outside to go for a walk. Perhaps it is the absence of their homework load, the exposure to the elements, or the perception...

The pack beat Chino Hills 28-0 last Friday.

The pack is back: some competitions, practices begin after yearlong hiatus

Izzy Thomas, Reporter March 22, 2021

With the start of second semester and the consistent decrease in LA County COVID-19 cases, CHS sports have been slowly returning to the games and practices athletes have had to miss so much of this...

Cross-country runners round a turn during their dual meet against Bonita High School on March 6.

Up and running, cross-country becomes first athletic team to be back competing

Sequoia Clark, Features Editor March 22, 2021

On Feb. 20, staggered out along the length of Ayala High School’s football field, and roughly six feet apart, 36 runners assumed their positions along a makeshift starting line. The stands are empty,...

Interviews with cross-country athletes Hannah Endo and Chris Coles

Sequoia Clark, Features Editor March 22, 2021

Included in her coverage of the cross-country team's meet series, which were the first inter-school competitions involving CHS teams in over eleven months, features editor Sequoia Clark interviewed junior...

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