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Nolan Sanders

Nolan Sanders, Staff Writer

Nolan is a junior and a second-year staffer on The SidekickOutside of school, he enjoys hanging out with his friends and watching movies. He also writes for Citizens' Advocate, a local Coppell paper. For comments and concerns, contact him at [email protected]

All content by Nolan Sanders
On February 3 1959, three legendary rockabilly stars, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper, were killed in a plane crash. Feb. 3 was the 60th anniversary of the tragic event, which is also commonly referred to as “the day the music died”.

The day the music died

February 8, 2019
Throughout the past 50 years, a polarized political system has slowly ingrained itself in society and now festers at the core of many American citizens. In order for the Union to remain united, the people must abandon any and all hyper-partisan approaches.

Divided We Fall

October 24, 2018
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