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Lau showcases talent by selling artwork (Q&A)

Lau showcases talent by selling artwork (Q&A)

Sruthi Boppuri, Staff Writer
May 17, 2016
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, 2016
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, 2016
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, 2016
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, 2016
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...

Stubblefield’s musical career comes to a crescendo (with video)

Stubblefield’s musical career comes to a crescendo (with video)

May 1, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

You enter the concert hall and look around for an empty seat. The concert hall is packed with people eager to hear the next trumpet finalist perform. The next finalist walks onto the stage, closes his eyes and begins to play his piece.   Captivated by his performance, everyone is in awe.   ...

Mediterranean culture in Coppell

Mediterranean culture in Coppell

Briana Thomas, Staff Writer
April 29, 2016
Filed under Student Life

  Located in the center of the busy Dallas-Fort Worth area, Coppell is a melting pot that combines global flavors from the east, west and everywhere in between. The often unexplored melding of cultures in the city is bringing shopkeepers and customers (old and new) to experience the more cul...

AP teachers give AP advice

AP teachers give AP advice

Grant Spicer, Staff Writer
April 22, 2016
Filed under Student Life

When I took Advanced Placement (AP) Art history, I thought that I had the class in the bag. Sure I studied here and there, but I wasn’t doing the reading every night, nor was I always following the syllabus in order to do the recommended studying. When the test came along, I participated and...

New Tech senior writes Science Fiction trilogy for Capstone Project

New Tech senior writes Science Fiction trilogy for Capstone Project

Thomas Rousseau, Staff Writer
April 21, 2016
Filed under Student Life

While most high school students have trouble writing a three-page essay, Catherine Jackson, a senior at New Tech [email protected] wrote a full length science fiction trilogy for her senior Capstone project.   A Capstone is a graduation required project that seniors develop and complete on their...

A Tale of Two Libraries: Hudson, Tindall set up “little free libraries” in Coppell

A Tale of Two Libraries: Hudson, Tindall set up “little free libraries” in Coppell

Amy Roh, Student Life Editor
April 15, 2016
Filed under Student Life

  In 2009, Wisconsin resident Todd Bol built a little library in the shape of a box in his front yard. As a tribute to his late mother who loved to read, he filled it to the brim with novels.   “FREE BOOKS”, the handmade sign below it read.      In a few years, the...

College Series: How to utilize every inch of your dorm

College Series: How to utilize every inch of your dorm

Gabby Sahm, Staff Writer
April 13, 2016
Filed under Student Life

Rachel Buigas-Lopez According to The New York Times, 69.5 percent of the students that go to high school attend college right after graduation or a few years later. Since almost every college requires students to live on campus for at least one year, here are a few tips and tricks you can use to help make that small space fit all your needs. ...

Common misconception dispelled, students come together for school dance

Common misconception dispelled, students come together for school dance

Mallorie Munoz, Managing Editor @munoz_mallorie
April 12, 2016
Filed under Student Life

As a parent, your number one desire is to see your child happy. As a parent of a child with special needs, seeing your child in an inclusive environment does just that. On Saturday, Coppell High School student council hosted an annual event that serves as an exciting evening for those with special...

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