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People of color actors/actresses robbed of recognition second year in a row

People of color actors/actresses robbed of recognition second year in a row

Mallorie Munoz, Managing Editor

January 22, 2016

Filed under Opinions, Weekly Blog

There is a problem in Hollywood, and for once, it might have nothing to do with the over-glorified fame or fortune. As proven by the 2016 Oscar nominations, film is a whitewashed industry. For the second year in a row, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has provided an all white nominat...

Coffee House

May 28, 2013

Filed under Video Clara Caussey's Academy English II classes put together the 2nd annual Coffee House on Friday May 17, 2013. The students presented their best pieces about the freedom and revolution from the unit they have been studying over the past few weeks. Anyone could attend the event,...

Engineering Expo draws huge crowds

November 7, 2012

Filed under News Blog

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor The STEM Academy at Coppell High School hosted its fifth annual Engineering Expo on Sunday. People filled the Commons from 2 to 5 p.m. to learn more about engineering and observe displays and exhibitions prepared by Coppell STEM students. There were workshops b...

Hometown Hero Nominees needed

October 10, 2012

Filed under News Blog

Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer The annual Hometown Hero nominations are here again. With the PSA Academy encourging the entire community of Coppell to go online and nominate someone they believe would make an excellent Hero. PSA is hoping the nominations process will be more of a community event...

Academy biology classes take the classroom outside

February 28, 2012

Filed under News

By Chase Porter Staff Writer Today, February 28th, Ms. Richardson's classes are taking their learning outside of the classroom. While walking through the halls I couldn't help but notice a large group of freshmen walking down the halls with nets and buckets. Obviously a strange sight for a school,...

Second annual PSA expo to be held tomorrow

February 3, 2012

Filed under News Blog

By Christina Burke Staff Writer Tomorrow, the Public Services Academy (PSA) at Coppell High School will be hosting their second annual health and education expo open to the public. In this expo, the freshman and sophomores of PSA will be presenting some of their work and service projects from this sch...

EMAC, other Academies recruit students for upcoming school year

December 9, 2011

Filed under News

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer With the first semester of the 2011 school year coming to an end, the Coppell High School Academies began the process of trying to recruit fellow students for the upcoming school year. Though scheduling for the 2011-2012 school year does not begin until the spring, Acad...

Academy website up and running

Academy website up and running

October 26, 2011

Filed under News

By Annie Wen Staff Writer With a deadline approaching, sophomore Sydney Williams knows she must get her interviews done and her story posted online. Williams is not a member of The Sidekick or KCBY but a student in EMAC’s Advanced Reporting elective course. The Advanced Reporting class provides...

PSA awards Springer title of Hometown Hero

October 23, 2011

Filed under Student Life

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor Everyone knows someone who has made an impact on the world around them. From motivational stories to heart warming work in the community, those who strive to make a difference in Coppell are now being recognized. The Coppell High School Public Service Academy (PSA)...

Standing Side by Side

March 4, 2011

Filed under Entertainment Blog

By: Chris Cummins Staff Writer There are two schools of thought regarding the Oscars. If a film that embodies classical values, numbers among its characters a hero set against enormous personal or physical obstacles, and contains a rousing, optimistic finish, it is viewed as a "classic" film. If...

CHS welcomes PSA academy

November 8, 2010

Filed under Student Life

Jane Kim Staff Writer It can be an overwhelming experience to be one of 2,700 students at CHS and to feel like a small speck in a large crowd. But the establishment of the three new academies at CHS—essentially small schools within a school—is designed to further provide opportunities and experiences for the students enrolled in them. ...

STEM Academy launches at CHS

November 8, 2010

Filed under Student Life

Zeb White Assistant Business Manager, Staff Writer Engineering, simply put, is using math and science to turn ideas into reality. That’s the foundation for Coppell High School’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Academy, which aims to teach students about engineering with hands-on learning and relevant projects. “I jo...