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Games of Today and Tomorrow

February 11, 2011

Chase Porter Staff Writer The past year was a big year for video games and gaming consoles with the releases of some of the biggest sequels of the decade. But what’s in store for 2011? Last year was full of new consoles, games and sequels. The platforms of Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3 were...

And the Award Goes To…

January 13, 2011

By Wren Culp Video by Lauren Gurevitz and Wren Culp Every year I always end up yelling at my television during one event. The Oscars. Being a film junkie,  the Oscars are my Super Bowl. I always watch every year devotedly. Here are my picks for the categories of for the 2010 Oscars: Best...

Movies based on books fall short of expectations

January 13, 2011

Zeb White Asst. Business Manager      As a reader who highly respects the written word, I am often captivated by the wonderful stories that are written by great authors. However, when Hollywood tries to take a story and make it into a movie, the result isn’t always pretty.      One of ...

Photo Gallery: Coppell Oak Fest

October 19, 2010

Photos by Brian Hwu

Photo Gallery: Homecoming Parade Photos

September 9, 2010

Photos by Brian Hwu

¡Celebrate Cinco de Mayo!

May 5, 2010

In September of 1810, Mexico declared their independence from Spain. Mexican soldiers fought endlessly for 11 years to gain their freedom, and finally on the morning of May 5 (Cinco de Mayo), those soldiers brought down 8,000 French soldiers (the French had come in and made deals with the Spanish and...

Mavericks look impressive in first round of playoffs

April 20, 2010

As a long time Dallas Mavericks fan, I tend to get worried when the playoffs suddenly roll around. Why you ask? Because I have seen my fair share of dreams crushed, falling short at the last minute, and just all around bad play. The Mavericks went to the NBA finals in 2006 as the western conference...

Tax Day Freebies

April 15, 2010

Maddie Walters Staff Writer As we are all aware, today is the dreaded date when all American citizens heave a mighty groan. It's tax day. But think positive, with tax day comes all the goodies certain companies provide as a way of saying "Thanks for being a good citizen". For example, today only yo...

MLB season off to fast start

April 11, 2010

By Peter Sblendorio The 2010 MLB season is only a week old, but that has been sufficient time for a quite a bit to happen. Roy Halladay has excelled in two starts thus far for his new team, the Phillies. People questioned why Philadelphia would trade their ace, Cliff Lee, along with prospects...

Hill to compete in Miss Texas, mother sees pageant repeat

February 27, 2010

By Daphne Chen Twenty-eight years ago, Vicki Graham stood on a stage with a dozen other women in evening gowns. She heard her name called – she had been voted Miss Texas USA’s 1981 Miss Amity (now known as Miss Congeniality). But looking to her left and right, Vicki realized that the stage was too narrow for her to pass. So she did what she had ...

Vancouver fosters Olympic spirit at CHS Image and video hosting by TinyPic

February 26, 2010

Ashleigh Heaton Entertainment Editor Video by Molly Hohfler and Victoria Flemming KCBY Broadcast Athens, 1896: the first modern Olympics are held, with a few choice countries competing in track events such as discus and relay races. No big deal. Vancouver, 2010: Hundreds upon hundreds of competi...

A snow-less olympics in the forecast

February 9, 2010

Staff Writer Paige Wilson With winter olympics starting in just a few days we would expect Vancouver to be making final adjustments to make the even run smoothly. If you are in Vancouver you would see numerous helicopters transfering materials in the air, so you think. The helicopters are making...