Coppell Student Media

Energy, sentimental performances set high bar for Vivacé! show choir

Energy, sentimental performances set high bar for Vivacé! show choir

Kathryn Rudd, Staff Writer

May 16, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

With a group of singers needing no introduction, the Coppell High School Vivacé! show choir group took the stage with one main goal: "applause." With the theme of Friday's show named after Lady Gaga's hit song, the choir made an impression with its first song of the night, Marvin Gaye’s, "Ain't ...

After a long wait, Drake finally drops highly anticipated album Views

After a long wait, Drake finally drops highly anticipated album Views

TJ Andres, Staff writer

May 5, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews, Showcase

Fans have been waiting for months and now it is finally here. Rapper Drake’s highly anticipated album Views (originally Views from the 6) was released last Friday exclusively on Apple Music. The 29-year-old Canadian rapper had been pushing back the release date for the album constantly for months, b...

30 plays in 60 minutes showcased by Broadway Bound

30 plays in 60 minutes showcased by Broadway Bound

Farah Merchant, Staff Writer

April 22, 2016


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The play, “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind” is a show of 30 plays in 60 mins. This show was performed by the Broadway Bound class and was held at the Coppell High School commons on Friday and Saturday.   When stepping into the commons to see the play, there was a giant timer fro...

Coppell Arts and Music Festival: Inspiration on Town Center Boulevard

Coppell Arts and Music Festival: Inspiration on Town Center Boulevard

Briana Thomas, Staff Writer

April 6, 2016


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A glittering sun gave warmth to charismatic festival attendees. The Coppell Town Center Plaza now sprawling with students and citizens, had invited those from all walks of life to experience the often hidden talents of otherwise mundane students. The cool breeze danced with the laughter of the people...

Malik releases first solo album, proves he has “mind” of his own

Malik releases first solo album, proves he has “mind” of his own

Gabby Sahm, Staff Writer

March 31, 2016


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Exactly one year after he shocked the world by leaving one of the biggest boyband of our generation, One Direction, Zayn Malik has released his first solo album and it is well worth the wait. With 18 songs, “Mind of Mine” is a soulful album that is an obvious change from the pop music that Malik u...

Chef Point Cafe entertains with unique location, 5-star food

Chef Point Cafe entertains with unique location, 5-star food

Aubrie Sisk, Staff Photographer

March 22, 2016


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Beyond the Conoco sign and gas pumps lies a hidden jewel. Yes, what you may have heard is true, the Chef Point Cafe is in fact a 5-star restaurant in a gas station. Franson Nwaeze, Chef Point head chef, and his wife Paula couldn't get a large enough loan from the bank to open up their own restaurant...

Zootopia surprises with insightful message

Zootopia surprises with insightful message

Emma Cummins, Editorial Page Editor

March 7, 2016


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  Rarely do animated films carry deep, politically charged messages and bring laughs at the same time. Zootopia accomplishes just that.   Centered around Judy Hopps, a bunny from a small town outside Zootopia who wants to be a policeman, the beginning of the film looked to be another st...

Harris shines light on mental illnesses through book Riven

Harris shines light on mental illnesses through book Riven

Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer

March 7, 2016


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The effects of a mental illness is as painful and haunting to helpless bystanders as the victims themselves. As a witness, while her friends and family members suffer from mental illnesses, Jane Harris is determined to bring awareness and reveal the truth behind misconceptions of mental afflictions with her ...

Heritage Night celebrates culture, diversity for 10th year

Heritage Night celebrates culture, diversity for 10th year

Amy Roh, Student Life Editor

February 29, 2016


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By 8 p.m., the Coppell High School cafeteria is packed. A row of shiny steel containers of Indian food line the tables while rows of students in both casual T-shirts and vibrant, gold-seamed dresses line the seats and brick ledges.   Every year, Coppell High School’s Junior World Affairs...

Coppell predicts Oscar winners

Farah Merchant, Staff Writer

February 20, 2016


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The year 2015 was a prime time for movies. As multitude of new and enticing movies were released, including Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Martian and others. And the Academy seemed to grab some attention with their so-called “white-washed” nominations, but even with the backslash the Academy...

Marco’s Pizza brings “ah!thentic” Italian flavor to Coppell

Marco’s Pizza brings “ah!thentic” Italian flavor to Coppell

Sloane Samberson, Managing Editor

February 9, 2016


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Pizza is a universally loved food, and for a good reason. Its carb-y, cheesy goodness is irresistible, especially when delivered directly to your house. So whether you like your pizza plain or piled with Italian meats and vegetables, Marco’s Pizza has got you covered.   Located off of Sandy Lake...