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Sreeja Mudumby

Sreeja Mudumby, Executive Editorial Page Editor

Sreeja Mudumby is a senior and the executive editorial page editor for the Sidekick. Sreeja is primarily a writer, and this is her third year on the Sidekick staff. Apart from The Sidekick, Sreeja likes to read thrillers, listen to R&B music and go to restaurants with her friends. If you have any questions, feel free to contact her through her email [email protected] 

All content by Sreeja Mudumby
Coppell junior first baseman Emily Fischetti prepares to field against Plano East on March 25 at the Coppell ISD Baseball/Softball Complex. Fischetti is currently a softball coach for the 6U Unos team and wants to be a special education teacher.

Covering all bases

April 25, 2022
Coppell junior kicker Nic Radicic kicks an extra point against Sachse on Aug. 27 at Homer B. Johnson Stadium in Garland. Radicic and Coppell junior double back Braxton Myers have been selected to play in the All-American Bowl on Jan. 7, 2023 at the Alamodome in San Antonio.

Only one call away

March 24, 2022
Many people believe there are special requirements to be a writer. However, The Sidekick executive editorial page editor Sreeja Mudumby thinks anyone can write if they put their mind to it.

Anyone can be a writer

February 11, 2022
Coppell South Asian seniors Rudra Raval, Jaserah Chowdary and Arsalan Rivsi wear culturally significant clothing while juxtaposing the classic American diner. In recent years, South Asian immigration has risen significantly within Coppell, and Coppell ISD continues to develop and diversify to accommodate new incoming students.

Making a new home

November 5, 2021
Many people, including students, are familiar with the phrase, “The early bird catches the worm,” establishing the idea that people must wake up at the earliest hours of the morning to be successful. The Sidekick executive editorial page editor Sreeja Mudumby thinks waking up early is not the only way to achieve your goals. Illustration by Esther Kim

Late birds also get worms

September 29, 2021
According to The Sidekick communications manager Sreeja Mudumby, cursive has become outdated, but it is still being introduced in elementary school classrooms. Mudumby thinks replacing the cursive requirement with American Sign Language will  help young children. Graphic by Ava Gillis.

“Sign here, please”

January 19, 2021
Project Querencia members and Coppell High School junior Gautam Rao, Coppell sophomore Sanjitha Sreemushta, Coppell sophomore Shraavya Pydisetti and Coppell junior Revant Kanakamedala put together care packages for teachers at CHS.  Project Querencia was founded by  Pydisetti in June to help make a change in the community.

Comfort in the chaos

November 20, 2020

Thom Hulme

November 3, 2020
CHS9 Spanish teacher Rosa Brown explains an upcoming project to a student during fifth period on Oct. 2. Brown immigrated from Chihuahua, Mexico and is a Spanish II teacher at CHS9.

Latina and beyond

October 5, 2020
Struggles of online school

Struggles of online school

September 28, 2020
Former Coppell defensive midfielder and  CHS 2020 graduate Montse Lomeli races down Buddy Echols Field on Feb. 10 against Marcus last season. Lomeli is attending Northumbria University this fall  in Newcastle, England, and plans to major in sports management while playing soccer. Sidekick file photo.

Leaving Coppell comforts

September 23, 2020
Coppell senior Chelsea Romas earns a full golf scholarship to Texas Tech. Romas plans to major in business and finance along with playing golf. Photo courtesy Chelsea Romas.

The driving force

September 8, 2020
Coppell sophomore Sky Schuller releases at the Coppell Relays at Buddy Echols Field on Feb. 29. Schuller broke the Coppell pole vaulting record with 13 feet at the Coppell Relays, the 100-meter hurdles record with 14.56 seconds at the Coppell Relays and again with 14.10 seconds at The Colony Invitational on March 5 and tied the high jump record with 5 feet 6 inches at both the Flower Mound Relays on Feb. 22 and The Colony Invitational on March 5. Photo by Tracy Tran

Reaching for the sky

March 27, 2020
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