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Cowgirls ready to start District against Rival Dragons

September 25, 2009


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      By Andy Tabor                The Cowgirls finished their pre-season Tuesday night with a huge momentum builder beating Plano West 25-19, 25-16, 23-25, and 25-19.  The Cowgirls kick of class 6-5A with a possible make or break game against the Southlake Carroll Dragons.                ...

Snow Leopard innovations are in favor of students

September 25, 2009


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By Wren Culp Staff Writer In our technology based world, students must manage and organize in both real life and virtually. With the release of Apple’s new operating system “Snow Leopard”, student’s lives are being made easier. In school students are usually required to carry binders, no...

CHS Cheer Bingo Night

September 25, 2009


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by Caitlin Conner Staff Writer CHS cheer is sponsoring bingo night on Friday Oct. 2 from 6:30-9:00 PM in the small commons. Pizza and cookies will be provided. Prizes include an iPod touch, a Mexico vacation, a Juicy Couture basket and $1000 cash prize. Tickets are $15 and can be bought from any...

Evening science classes reduce scheduling conflicts

September 25, 2009


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By Melissa Brisco Copy Editor Seven periods a day seems far too long while students are enduring them, but when trying to squeeze in required classes along with electives, seven periods doesn’t seem like quite as much. This year CHS implemented a new program in hopes of helping with that. Having...

College Night serves as educational outlet for students Image and video hosting by TinyPic

September 25, 2009


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By Frances Ruiz Staff Writer Filled with a budding sense of anxiety, anticipation and excitement, College Night at the University of North Texas campus proved to be a great success as an overwhelming number of high school students took advantage of this opportunity to learn more about a variety...

Muslims celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan

September 24, 2009


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This years Edi-ul-Fitr prayer at the Dallas Convention Center on Sunday September 20th was met with a unique twist, as a 17 year-old boy converted to Islam. The details are unknown as to whether the boy was Christian before he went through the conversion process, but it as a Muslim myself, it was a...

The pomp and frills of Homecoming

September 24, 2009


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By Natalie Hill Centerspread editor Homecoming. A tradition held with pride here at Coppell High School. Starting the year before while football coaches are figuring out the season, we figure out which unlucky team we plan to demolish for that fateful annual game. A theme is deciphered for the...

Festival displays multitude of cultures in Coppell

September 23, 2009


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By Allie Perison Editor-in-Chief On Sept. 12, Coppell citizens had the opportunity to explore the world without leaving the suburbs. The Festival of Nations took place at Coppell Town Center Plaza. This year’s Festival of Nations event marks the second celebration of culture in Coppell. Last y...

New policies form a new school

September 23, 2009


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By Allie Perison Editor in Chief  In the recent months, Coppell High School has gone through a number of changes. With school now in session and students still adapting to these modifications, it is hard to imagine what the future holds for the freshly modernized school. Twenty first century lear...

CHS makes changes for the better

September 23, 2009


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By Satvika Ananth Staff Writer As students entered on the first day of school, they noticed more than just new clothes, books and shoes – CHS has been given a physical and policy makeover. One of the most noticeable changes to the school is the auditorium entrance. The entry area has been ...

All the president’s men: a shift in power

September 23, 2009


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By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer As most CHS seniors with Facebooks already know, there has been a shift of power in the senior class officers. Due to “unusual circumstances” involving a Facebook comment, formerly elected president An Nguyen has been replaced by former vice president Mac Vu....

Say ni-hao to Mandarin classes

September 21, 2009


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By Chris Nguyen Features Editor Walking down the halls of the foreign language classrooms, there are bound to be a lot of “hola”s and “bonjour”s. Now, expect to hear some “ni hao”s as Coppell High School has added Mandarin Chinese to its foreign language curriculum. The school has...

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