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Good to go: Why traveling broadens the mind and changes perspective

After traveling out of the country, CHS students reflect on the positives of new, global experiences. With the opportunity to leave the Coppell bubble comes eye-opening sights.

Rutuja Joshi, Staff Writer

May 17, 2017

We see a lot of the same people, deal with the same situations and interact with similar beliefs in our Coppell bubble. Though Coppell has become increasingly diverse over the years, it is no secret that we tend to surround ourselves around like-minded people. We become comfortable; we become closed of...

Looking Forward: Former president Barack Obama leaves behind legacy in White House

Barack Obama left the White House two weeks ago. With a campaign titled

Rutuja Joshi, Staff Writer

January 31, 2017

Just two weeks ago, a new president was inaugurated into the White House - President Donald J. Trump. The entering of a new president often results in a bittersweet leave for his predecessor. In 2017, President Barack Obama left the White House, leaving his supporters greatly emotional. It is un...

Pakistan meets America: Q&A with Soha Asif

Pakistan meets America: Q&A with Soha Asif

Briana Thomas, Staff Writer

December 8, 2016

If you listen closely to what at first seems to be an unfamiliar accent, you will uncover beneath mispronunciation and forgotten syllables, centuries of beauty and history that have been carried by tongue over seas, skies and countries to reach here and speak to you now. For Coppell High School sen...

Terrorist attack reveals deeper issue

A woman and her children mourn in front of the stock exchange at Place de la Bourse on March 23, 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. At least 30 people were killed and more than 180 have been injured in a new series of terror attacks that rocked Brussels. (Federico Gambarini/DPA/Zuma Press/TNS)

Emma Cummins, Editorial Page Editor

March 23, 2016

  Yesterday morning, the world was shocked to turn on their televisions and see news of yet another terrorist attack in Brussels, Belgium.   Although not all information has yet been determined, two bombings hit the Zaventem airport  in Brussels and the Maelbeek subway station, respectively. In total, around 30 people were killed and more than 230 were injured according to the latest updat...

Girl Scout sales kickoff Friday

January 9, 2013

It is that time of year again. America's favorite cookies will be available for order starting this Friday the 11th. Product wise, this year will be not too different from past years. The top of three Thin Mints, Tagalongs and Samoas are still for sale. The "Troop to Troops" program is to be said...

America must abolish Death Penalty, Hair says

Graphic by Brian Hwu.

April 10, 2012

By Thomas Hair Online Copy Editor The United States of America has always stood for something. Right now, however, the United States of America sends a depraved message to the world as a sponsor of murder and revenge - as a sponsor of the death penalty. The death penalty, also known as capit...

CHS band to compete in BOA contest

November 3, 2011

By Annie Wen Staff Writer The CHS marching band students will soon be checking in their uniforms and hanging up their shakos for the year. As the marching season comes to an end the band prepares to go out with a bang. The band’s final contest of the year is the Bands of Americas Super-regionals...

Osama bin Laden killed in CIA operation

May 1, 2011

Mary Whitfill Features Editor Osama bin Laden, perpetrator of the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001, was announced dead Sunday night. Bin Laden was killed by a CIA-led operation. The United States has announced that they have the body of the terrorist leader and DNA testing confirmed his identity. Bin Laden was killed in a ground attack by Joint Special Operatio...

German native Schramm notices differences in Prom routines

April 19, 2011

By Chase Porter Staff Writer Video by Mattie Daily, KCBY Prom season is such a frantic time for most American students - girls stressing over if they will get asked and if their dress is just right, guys fearing being shot down and figuring out the after-party plans. However one student, Laura Schramm,...