Coppell Student Media

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Christmas Store spreads joy of the season

Christmas Store spreads joy of the season

December 16, 2011

By Kelly Stewart Opinions Editor Hundreds of volunteers had the opportunity to play Santa this past weekend when they helped out at the Christmas Store, an effort by Valley Ranch Baptist Church to provide underprivileged children with presents this season. Through a partnership with Cornerstone...

EMAC showcase provides journalistic experience

December 16, 2011

Mary Whitfill & Hayley Struck Sidekick Features Editor & KCBY Crew Member Emerging Media and Communications (EMAC) Academy students were given the opportunity on Thursday to walk in the shoes of real-world journalists at the all-day EMAC showcase. “We are so excited to be able to pull...

Cowgirls state championship highlights

November 20, 2011

Davis DeLoach KCBY-TV Sports Director Mattie Daily KCBY-TV Broadcast News Director

Ross family brings the screams for a good cause

November 7, 2011

Story by Jordan Bickham, video by Barret Huie With 250 hours put into the house, Jeannette and Roy Ross of Coppell have worked hard on their ninth and final haunted house for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  With the house as elaborate as it is now, its difficult to believe it began nine years ago with...

Ready, Set, Teach! sets students up for success

November 4, 2011

http://vimeo.com/31611889 Story and video by Kara Adkins and Mattie Daily Senior Jack Howard is all too familiar with the scent of arts and crafts and the poster covered hallways of Lakeside Elementary School. He attended Lakeside from kindergarten to fifth grade and going back brings back feelings...

Prescription drug addiction increasing, causing serious problems

Prescription drug addiction increasing, causing serious problems

November 4, 2011

Story and Video by Coleman Armes and Susie Shahsavari Jason Kessler, a pharmacist at Coppell’s Walgreens, has witnessed the affects of prescription drugs first hand. One of his many encounters with this drug problem came when he worked at a Walgreens in south Dallas. He says that while he was...

Lacrosse Playoffs

May 6, 2011

By: Chris Cummins Staff Writer The Coppell Lacrosse team, a two-time Texas State Lacrosse Division II champion, is going to the state championship. The team is set to play St. Mark’s School of Texas on Saturday in a semifinal matchup is sure to be as heated and competitive as was their previous...

Sucker Punch fails to produce a knockout

March 29, 2011

By Wren Culp Staff Writer Reality is a prison and only your mind can set you free. Everything your mind creates to escape reality, you control. But the question remains, can Sucker Punch control its own world? Sucker Punch follows the story of Baby Doll (Emily Browning), a girl locked away in an insane asylum after being frame...

Black History Month

February 23, 2011

By: Chris Cummins Staff Writer While to most people February may be known as the month of love, it shares this title with something that’s just as important. February is Black History Month, and it offers some people who may not know about the vast contributions to American culture African-Americans...

‘The Eagle’ Barely Gets off the Ground

February 11, 2011

Wren Culp Staff Writer No one has risen to stardom quite like Channing Tatum. Films such as She’s The Man and Step Up launched him into the spotlight starting in 2006. But can the growing star keep his streak of successful movies going with his new film The Eagle? The Eagle, an action-adventure film se...

Student exemptions threatened by a hard flu season

February 10, 2011

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager Video by Austin Evans Every winter, the United States is hit with the infamous flu season; according to a survey taken by the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, this year’s flu season has been one of the worst yet, and the Centers for Disease Control and Preven...

White wristbands fund Red Jackets

January 14, 2011

Story by Scott Bennett Video by Josh Oden Where do we raise money? This question has plagued many organizations and groups within CHS for ages. The Red Jackets have answered this very question quite promptly, wristbands. The Red Jackets sold rubber wristbands as a fundraiser during the last few...