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The official student news site of Coppell High School

Coppell Student Media

The official student news site of Coppell High School

Coppell Student Media

Exploring the Hidden Gems: Top 4 Asian Restaurants To Visit Around DFW

Exploring the Hidden Gems: Top 4 Asian Restaurants To Visit Around DFW

Wendy Le, Staff Writer January 25, 2023

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YznCeI8PSrA Discovering Asian cuisine in Dallas-Fort Worth can be a daunting task for many. However, the area is home to a diverse range of underrated restaurants offering...

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, the sequel to the widely-acclaimed murder mystery Knives Out, released on Netflix on Dec. 23. The Sidekick staff writer Tvisha Jindal thinks Glass Onion, while having interesting characters, does not have a strong enough plot to offer viewers a compelling whodunnit. Graphic by Srihari Yechangunja.

Glass Onion plot unravels after second glance

Tvisha Jindal, Staff Writer January 23, 2023

Please read this with discretion as it includes spoilers. Hollywood loves shady characters, billionaires and an intriguing plot.  Unfortunately, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, the sequel to...

Avatar: The Way of Water released on Dec. 16 as the long-awaited sequel to the 2009 classic, Avatar. Staff writer Nashad Mohamed takes a deep dive into the movie to find out if it was worth the decade long wait.

Cameron takes us back to Pandora with sequel Avatar: The Way of Water

Nashad Mohamed, Staff Writer January 19, 2023

James Cameron brings us back to Pandora with the long awaited sequel to his 2009 blockbuster, Avatar.  In 2009, Cameron presented never-before-seen intricately rendered landscapes using CGI. From the...

What’s the tea on Coppells two boba shops? Watch The Sidekick staff photographers Rhea Chowdhary and Kayla Nguyen rate and compare drinks from Coppell cafes TeaLatte Bar and Feng Cha.

Who makes the Best boba tea in Coppell?: TeaLatte Bar vs. Feng Cha

Kayla Nguyen and Rhea Chowdhary January 17, 2023

What’s the tea on Coppell's two boba shops? Watch The Sidekick staff photographers Rhea Chowdhary and Kayla Nguyen rate and compare drinks from Coppell cafes TeaLatte Bar and Feng Cha.

The Ultimate Sweet Tea Review: McDonald’s, Chicken Express, Dairy Queen and Whataburger

The Ultimate Sweet Tea Review: McDonald’s, Chicken Express, Dairy Queen and Whataburger

Shrayes Gunna and Angelina Liu January 13, 2023

Sweet tea is a southern staple consisting of black tea and sugar. However, the sweetness level, ice level and overall composition of sweet tea varies in Coppell’s local fast-food joints. Join The...

The new thriller Fall  follows the journey of two friends climbing a 2,000-foot tower with no way down. The Sidekick staff photographer Shreya Ravi shares her thoughts on this underrated movie.

Expect to fall off your seat

Shreya Ravi, Staff Photographer January 11, 2023

Picture this: standing on top of a creaky tower, almost being able to touch the clouds. Looking down, all you see is faint ground and a broken ladder, and it hits you: You are stuck 2,000 feet in the air...

The Sidekick Staffs Albums of the Year

The Sidekick Staff’s Albums of the Year

Saniya Koppikar and Josh Campbell December 15, 2022

Angelina Liu, Executive Editor-in-Chief Melodic synths, catchy bass and tasteful imagery highlight The Weeknd’s Dawn FM album, released at the beginning of this year. The conceptual work depicts...

The Sidekick Staffs Songs of the Year

The Sidekick Staff’s Songs of the Year

Saniya Koppikar and Josh Campbell December 14, 2022

  Angelina Liu, Executive Editor-in-Chief On the fifth track of Caprisongs, “oh my love” by FKA twigs explores the delicate balance of a modern day relationship. With samples from FKA...

Hot Chocolate Review: Starbucks, 151 Coffee, Liberation Coffee Co. and Ascension Coffee

Rhea Chowdhary, Ainsley Dwyer, and Minori Kunte December 12, 2022

It is the holiday season and what better way is there to celebrate than with a warm, sweet and delicious cup of hot chocolate? Watch The Sidekick staff videographers Rhea Chowdhary, Minori Kunte and Ainsley...

The hit book-to-movie adaptation Where the Crawdads Sing follows Kya, who becomes a murder suspect after raising herself alone in the North Carolina marshes. The Sidekick staff writer Anvita Anumala gives us her thoughts on this romantic murder mystery. Graphic by Trey Boudreaux.

Where The Crawdads Sing highlights humanity’s connection to nature

Anvita Anumala December 9, 2022

Please read this with discretion as it will include spoilers. Six-year-old Kya Clark finds a snowy-white feather on the Carolina marsh water as her mother calls her name. She runs through the muddy...

After the release of Enola Holmes in 2020, Netflix has already followed with a sequel by the name of Enola Holmes 2. The Sidekick staff writer Saniya Koppikar channels in to determine if the film holds a flame to its predecessor, or perhaps burns even brighter. Graphic by Noor Fatima

Enola Holmes 2 finds mystery in history

Saniya Koppikar, Entertainment Editor December 1, 2022

Red hair, green dress, makeup, science books, 12th March.   The game was afoot: me, bundled up in a blanket on a Friday night, the titular Enola Holmes  (Millie Bobby Brown) poking around a seedy...

Takin It Back released on Oct. 21 by American singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor. The Sidekick staff photographer Kayla Nguyen expresses her thoughts on the album, discussing the influence of doo-wop and Trainors debut album Title.

Trainor returns to roots on ‘Takin’ It Back’

Kayla Nguyen, Staff Photographer November 30, 2022

As I put on my headphones and pressed play, the last thing I expected was to be transported back to fourth grade at Town Center Elementary.  All at once, I could feel the late May heat and the heaviness...

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