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Remembering the joy of yesteryear

October 28, 2009


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By Natalie Hill, Centerspread Editor Wasn’t it just yesterday that I swinging at my elementary school? Didn’t I just barrow $5 for my parents, because that always seemed like more than enough for anything? Could have really been ten years ago that we celebrated the new millennium, an occurrence...

Pro-life day goes under wraps

October 27, 2009


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By Angela Almeida Opinions Editor Last year, I seem to recall many students walking the halls, bound by duct tape heralding the word "life". It seemed to be the annual Pro-life day and I was surprised as to the multitude of students who were in participance. This year, however, was quite different. Did...

“Fearless” Platinum Edition Released

October 27, 2009


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By Luciana Mendes Staff Writer Mainstream country artist Taylor Swift recently released a Platinum edition of her CD entitled Fearless on October 26. Although the original album debuted roughly a year ago, the Platinum edition has proved to be very successful. It is one of the top selling albums...

Consul of Turkey offers economic experience to students

October 27, 2009


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By Divya Kumar News Editor Video by Haley Powers It is rare for students to be able to see the ways the things they are doing in school, whether it be through their afterschool clubs or in their classes, apply to situations in the real world. On Friday, Oct. 16, the members of the Junior World...

IonKidz make Coppell roads safer for all

October 27, 2009


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By Mary Whitfill Staff Writer The latest fundraiser for the senior prom includes bumper stickers, student drivers and lots of parent advertising. IonKidz is a program dedicated to making the roads safe from student drivers. The program was created by concerned mothers in Flower Mound earlier this year. The fundraiser is sell...

Band places 15th at state

October 26, 2009


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This weekend I left with the rest of Coppell High School Marching Band to compete at the Bands of America competition in San Antonio. We ended up placing 15th overall, a mere .3 points away from returning to finals. Although this is an improvement over the last several times Coppell has performed at BO...

Coppell takes down Marcus in important 6-5A showdown Image and video hosting by TinyPic

October 26, 2009


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By Andy Tabor The Coppell Cowboy football team beat Flower Mound Marcus 42-21 in a statement win for the Cowboys. Coming off of a shaky win against Hebron, the Cowboys left no doubt that they were the better team against Marcus Friday night. Once again, junior running back Cam McDaniel put on a...

Cafeteria sale of junk food provides ‘food for thought’

October 26, 2009


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By: Henna Khan Staff Writer/Photographer The waffle fries, the Cici’s pizzas and the infamous Otis Spunkmeyer cookies are all amongst the optiona are given in the Coppell High School cafeteria. Delectable in taste yet a hole in the wallet, are these meal options the healthiest to be feasting on? The state’s concentrated effort...

Anatomy students hope to raise skin cancer awareness

October 26, 2009


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By Melissa Brisco Staff Writer                 During the day students tire of worksheets, textbooks and thing they feel are not applicable to the “real world”.                Students in Deinhammer’s class were assigned projects to raise awareness about a ...

Band leaves for state

October 23, 2009


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The band is leaving for state tomorrow very early in the morning: 1 a.m. to be exact.  And this will be after having two hour rehersals everyday after school throughout the week and playing at a football game on Friday till 10:00 p.m. The band will be traveling by bus to Haysfield where the band...

Bahá’ís celebrate birth

October 23, 2009


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By Ellen Cameron Staff Writer Last Tuesday, October 20th, was the anniversary of the birth of Báb, one of the central figures of the Bahá'í Faith. This uncommon religious is practiced mainly in the Middle East and is only a few centuries old. There are an estimated 5 to 6 million followers worldwide,...

Plans for the Kirkland house in Coppell

October 23, 2009


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By Wren Culp Staff Writer Coppell residents have noticed the road construction near Wilson Elementary, but something else is occurring in the same neighborhood as Old Town Coppell is changing once again. Last year when the roads were ripped, raked, and torn up all eyes were on the road an...

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