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  • George Coffee + Provisions set to open this spring in Old Town Coppell.

  • 2017-18 Teen Leadership Coppell applications now available at www.teenleadershipcoppell.com.

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

Bubelas battle Dravet Syndrome, find hope

Bubelas battle Dravet Syndrome, find hope

Avery Davis, Staff Writer
May 28
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

When my cousin, Will Bubela, was five months old, he had his first seizure while with a fever. Although the entire family was anxious, it is not entirely abnormal for babies to have a seizure due to a fever, and the doctors did not seem overly concerned.   A few weeks later, Will had another seizure....

Hong builds friendships, passion through Japanese martial art

Hong builds friendships, passion through Japanese martial art

Gracie Blackwell, Staff Writer
May 27
Filed under Student Life

Kendo is the way of the sword. Although the Japanese martial art is not that popular in America, but is a special kind of sport that builds long-lasting relationships and a drive in people.   Ever since March 2014, Coppell High School sophomore Sol Hong has practiced kendo, a modern Japanese ...

A new tradition begins: IB Olympics

A new tradition begins: IB Olympics

Maggie Theel, Staff Writer
May 26
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

At the end of the school year, many students are overwhelmed with homework, exams and end of the year projects. Coppell High School juniors and CHS International Baccalaureate (IB) students Lauren Harris and Brooke Saiter created a unique way for their fellow IB students to destress.   As ne...

Patterson brings classic cars “back from the dead”

Patterson brings classic cars “back from the dead”

Lili Lomas, Staff Writer
May 26
Filed under Student Life

After inheriting a 1966 Ford Mustang, Coppell High School sophomore Joey Patterson has been bringing the 1950s and 60s back to life through his hobby of repairing classic cars.   Six years ago, Patterson’s father bought a 1966 Ford Mustang and after turning 16, Patterson soon began taking ...

Q&A: Snapshots from the past: Clark inspires from photography and graphics career

Q&A: Snapshots from the past: Clark inspires from photography and graphics career

Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer
May 25
Filed under Student Life

Ann Clark is an AP Art History, Digital Graphics and Art I teacher at Coppell High School. Prior to teaching, she worked as a graphic designer and photographer for 28 years. Clark primarily shot wedding and portraits and currently owns a photography business of her own. As a very qualified educator with real life field experience, her professional...

Want to get involved? Check these AP English III events to support the cause

Want to get involved? Check these AP English III events to support the cause

Meha Srivastav, Staff Writer
May 21
Filed under Student Life

Projects are often boring research papers. They are ‘teamwork’ with only one of the team members doing the work, long nights without an ounce of sleep but pounds of glue and construction paper.   But at the end of each year, the students of  AP Language and Composition classes at Co...

Students of C235, “Stand with Malala”

Students of C235, “Stand with Malala”

Briana Thomas, Staff Writer
May 20
Filed under Student Life

“I am Malala.”   Since October 9, 2012, the echoes of these three words have travelled through the hills of Mingora, a town in the Swat District in Northwest Pakistan to the rest of the world. Malala Yousafzai’s story spreading globally, advocating girls’ education and empowering...

Lau showcases talent by selling artwork (Q&A)

Lau showcases talent by selling artwork (Q&A)

Sruthi Boppuri, Staff Writer
May 17
Filed under Student Life

Art has been a part of our world since the beginning of time. For Jasmine Lau, a Coppell High School sophomore, it became a way for her to share her talents with the world. She explains how selling her artwork has affected her life.   How long have you been selling your artwork? The fir...

Munro takes leap of faith, joins NET Ministries

Munro takes leap of faith, joins NET Ministries

Aisha Espinosa, Staff Writer
May 17
Filed under Student Life, Video

At the end of this summer, current Coppell High School senior Meredith Munro will pack, just like the rest of her class. She will bring the essentials, maybe a few personal mementos, and she will be dropped off at a place to start her next adventure. Where? She is not exactly sure. While her previous classmates...

TCE set to unveil new herb garden

Gabby Sahm, Staff Writer
May 13
Filed under Student Life

Ever dream of helping out your community by planting a nice community garden? Ever think you could not do that all on your own?   Well, one Coppell High School student wants to prove that you can do it.   On Friday, CHS junior Rachel Kass will be unveiling the new herb bed at Town Center...

Killic to kill it at Division I university

Killic to kill it at Division I university

Lina Pyon, Staff Writer
May 6
Filed under Sports, Student Life

The struggle that many seniors face is which path they want to take through their college years. This big decision has the potential to carve out the rest of their lives.   Senior and defender for the Coppell Cowboys soccer team, Stjepan Kilic found his calling early on and has been passionate...

Berlin, Ginnell leaving CHS with picture perfect high school career

Berlin, Ginnell leaving CHS with picture perfect high school career

Kathryn Rudd, Staff Writer
May 3
Filed under Student Life

    Lainey Berlin Three years ago, senior Lainey Berlin took a leap out of her comfort zone and took on the task of the Round-Up yearbook. Now, as she leaves CHS as the co-editor-in-chief, she reflects on what she has gained throughout her high school career.   “B...

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