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  • Coppell boys and girls soccer teams take on Lakeview Centennial in bi-district playoffs on Friday at Highland Park

Affirmative action promotes diversity, not discrimination

February 2

Filed under Editorial, Opinions, Pro-Con Columns, Student Opinions

By Tolu Salako Editorial Page Editor I plan on going to Southern Methodist University to major in biology and journalism, but the only thing that is in the way of this dream I hope to obtain comes down to one thing: money. We a...

Editorial: Students urged to cast vote in upcoming election

November 11

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

The United States of America is in the midst of precarious times. Unemployment is rampant and the economy is little more than a shriveled remnant of what it once was. The wealthy are getting wealthier, and the poor are getting...

Editorial: World news hits home at CHS

May 25

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

Seniors stood on the senior bridge cheering, waving their flags and raising their voices; students throughout the school were buzzing with the “exciting news” of Osama bin Laden’s death. It was a rare occasion to see such an overwhelmin...

Editorial: Shattered Dreams persists

April 13

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

Michelle Pitcher Opinions Editor April 1, 2011. It was an emotional day for Coppell High School, seeing so many of our best and brightest being so dramatically affected by drunk driving through the Shattered Dreams program....

Editorial: CHS puts prejudice aside

October 29

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

  Where in our Bill of Rights does it grant us the right to judge? The founding fathers did not say it was okay for any citizen of this nation to put down and humiliate another. However, they did say that everyone has ...

Editorial: Journalism alive and well

September 22

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

 “Journalism is dead.” Ever since the conception of the Internet, the sentiment has been building upon itself: why have print newspapers when everything is on the Web? Why bother continuing with journalism if it is just...

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