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  • Coppell ISD Board of Trustees approves Brad Hunt as new superintendent

  • Dr. Nicole Jund has been named Coppell High School's new principal.

  • Jill Popelka has formally resigned from her Place 2 seat on the Coppell ISD Board of Trustees

Hear ye! Hear ye! Madrigals prepare for feast Image and video hosting by TinyPic

November 4, 2009
Filed under Entertainment, News

Story by Natalie Hill, centerspread editor Video by Kelly Marshall, KCBY staff member As the holiday season comes nearer by the day, as does the 15th annual CHS Madrigals’ Feast. Dressed in early 16th century clothing, full with tights, frock and cap, knights with armor and the usual court jeste...

Photo Gallery: “Anything Goes”

October 29, 2009
Filed under Entertainment, Photos

[nggallery id=39] Photo Gallery by Kelly Emerson The cast of "Anything Goes" performs during a dress rehearsal to prepare for opening night of the musical.

Coppell reads for the record

October 28, 2009
Filed under Entertainment

By Ellen Cameron Staff Writer Video by Peyton Wood One apple on Monday, two pears on Tuesday and three plums on Wednesday may not seem like a lot, but they mark the beginning of a book that is helping change the nation. A Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric Carle, is a classic children's book cho...

Euhus teams up with Song Placements

October 27, 2009
Filed under Entertainment

By Loren Hughes Staff Writer All famous singers come from somewhere: Britney Spears from Kentwood, La., Taylor Swift from Reading, Pa. and Michael Jackson from Gary, Ind. Not all of these towns are necessarily popular or stick out in anyone’s minds, but it is the people who come from them that...

iTunes U plugs in with students

October 27, 2009
Filed under Entertainment

By Wren Culp Staff Writer Information is available almost anywhere we turn: textbooks, databases and websites trickle with news and resources to help students. But no one would have thought that iTunes would be one of those resources. iTunes is a place for anyone to buy music, movies or ga...

Spells, magic and a chorus line or two

October 27, 2009
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By Ashleigh Heaton Entertainment Editor Ron, Hermione, and…a tap-dancing Voldemort?  This is only the beginning when it comes to “A Very Potter Musical”, the latest performance to rock YouTube and the Harry Potter fanbase. Split up into two acts over the course of 23 YouTube videos, the comical mu...

Toy Story pops back on screen for double feature show

October 27, 2009
Filed under Entertainment

By Divya Kumar News Editor Old Disney classics are often hard to re-watch, rarely found in stores anymore and usually only exist as old-quality VHS tapes. Disney Pixar gave children and adults the chance to revisit two of the most beloved childhood movies, Toy Story and Toy Story 2, on the big screen...

Going overboard for humor, romance of “Anything Goes” Image and video hosting by TinyPic

October 26, 2009
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Story by Melissa Brisco Staff Writer Video by Kristen Hart KCBY Director           Coppell High School theater is taking audiences back to the 1930’s with this year’s musical “Anything Goes.”             “Anything Goes” is a story of love and humor and runs fr...

Where the Wild Things Are captivates audiences everywhere

October 20, 2009
Filed under Entertainment

Frances Ruiz Staff Writer After observing a wild rumpus sure to captivate and intrigue even the wildest of wild things, the heart wrenching tale of Where the Wild Things Are enables viewers to embark on a journey with the boisterous King Max, played by Max Records, and his unruly wild things ...

Review: The Invention of Lying

October 16, 2009
Filed under Entertainment

Rebecca Neumann Staff Writer The Invention of Lying is a movie about an alternate reality where no one lies. Seriously. No one lies at all. People actually answer truthfully when someone asks “How are you?” It’s strange and difficult to get used to, but the writer, director and star of the m...

Glee pushes limits, breaks tradition

October 16, 2009
Filed under Entertainment

By Satvika Ananth Staff Writer I am not much of a television-watcher. I enjoy a few shows now and then, mostly of the criminal investigation variety, and I absolutely love a good “whodunit” movie. But lately, I have found myself drawn to the new show “Glee,” week after week. It’s almost...

Paranormal Activity generates new type of thrills

October 15, 2009
Filed under Entertainment

Frances Ruiz Staff Writer Unable to ignore the frightening and eerie television trailers capable of sending chills down their spine and igniting an inexorable fear of being alone in their own home, movie goers flocked to nearby theaters in hopes of experiencing Paranormal Activity on the big screen. Utilizing and devel...

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