Coppell Student Media

Haas, Gonzales give fresh interface for tutoring

Haas, Gonzales give fresh interface for tutoring

November 13, 2015

Video by Program Directors Kiley Wecker, Marisa Thakady and Alana Rood.   By Aisha Espinosa Staff Writer @aishaespinosa1   When Daniel Gonzalez and Harrison Haas met, they had no idea that a simple desire for a job would lead to owning a company. Both seniors at Coppell High School, Gon...

Taste of Coppell displays city’s flavors, well loved restaurants

Taste of Coppell displays city’s flavors, well loved restaurants

November 12, 2015

By Aisha Espinosa Staff Writer @aishaespinosa1 Live music sets the background. The scent of a variety of foods combines into one, mouth-watering aroma as Coppell residents wander from table to table, sampling the best of what local restaurants have to offer.   On Sunday, Nov. 8, the Cop...

Frost Bank, Coppell Community Chamber of Commerce host 6th Annual Taste of Coppell

Frost Bank, Coppell Community Chamber of Commerce host 6th Annual Taste of Coppell

November 6, 2015

By Aisha Espinosa Staff Writer @aishaespinosa1   Searching for a fun night and good food? Look no further than the Coppell Senior and Community Center.   On Sunday, the Coppell Community Chamber of Commerce will host the 6th Annual “Taste of Coppell” event.   F...

To the beat of my own drum: why music shaming needs to be stopped

October 2, 2015

By Aisha Espinosa Staff Writer @aishaespinosa1 Most people have a favorite song, or a favorite artist. Whether it be some song on the Billboard Top 40, or by an obscure artist that only a handful of people know, people have lyrics they connect to, or songs that they have stuck on permanent repeat. ...

Anatomy, Earth/Space science classes leave students starry-eyed with skywatching party

Anatomy, Earth/Space science classes leave students starry-eyed with skywatching party

September 25, 2015

By Aisha Espinosa Staff Writer @aishaespinosa1 As the sun sets over the Coppell High School parking lot, the telescope is set up, and students start arriving. The rest of the campus is quiet, but the Astronomy and Earth/Space Science students quickly make up a crowd, ready for a night of full of stars at the f...

Stiff displays talents through art of creative makeup

Stiff displays talents through art of creative makeup

September 10, 2015

By Aisha Espinosa Staff Writer @aishaespinosa   Coppell High School senior Taylor Stiff lays her makeup out on her counter, and sets her camera up to get the perfect angle. With her face paint and other tutorial essentials at her disposal, she starts the creative process leading to her next...

Old Town Coppell combines past and present in 1st anniversary celebration

May 2, 2015

By Aisha Espinosa staff writer @aishaespinosa1 Old Town Coppell has long been a historic landmark of the city, especially with the preserved Kirkland house - the oldest in Coppell  - and the relocated Minyard’s store.With the development of restaurants, businesses and homes around Main Street, this area of the city has turned into a community hub. On F...

Coppell Farmers Market holds Food for Kids day

October 21, 2014

By Aisha Espinosa staff writer @aishaespinosa1 A cool, sunny day and the smell of kettle corn in the air set the mood for the fourth annual Food for Kids day, hosted by the Coppell Farmers Market. Near the back corner of the market, Cathy’s Critters made an appearance. Rabbits, miniature goa...

Living Well in Coppell teaches healthy habits

October 21, 2014

  By Aisha Espinosa staff writer @aishaespinosa1 In one of the Coppell Senior and Community Center’s meeting rooms, a laid back atmosphere has taken over. Underneath the underlying familiarity between two of the the attendees and the presenter, Accountable Care and Accountable Patients...

Grand opening of new Lee Elementary School makes waves in community

September 23, 2014

By Aisha Espinosa staff writer @aishaespinosa1 After the original Richard J. Lee Elementary School closed to make way for New Tech [email protected], it was promised that another school would be also be dedicated to Mr. Richard J. Lee himself. This new school holds the same name, but has a completely d...

Alex & Sierra bring quirk, style to House of Blues

September 12, 2014

By Aisha Espinosa staff writer @aishaespinosa1   DALLAS - Is it possible for a place to get better each time you go? I think so, especially in the case of the House of Blues in Dallas. I had my first concert there back in March, and went back last night to watch the rising duo Alex...

Schieffer Summer Program boosts skills, confidence for Espinosa

September 9, 2014

By Aisha Espinosa Staff Writer @aishaespinosa1 Before school ended, I found the summer program of my dreams by chance. I was looking for opportunities to better my journalism skills, and found one by the Schieffer School of Journalism at Texas Christian University. Eagerly, I filled out the application,...