Coppell Student Media

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House of Sharing visits Coppell, spreads awareness of comfort women

War survivor Lee Ok-Seon holds hands and talks personally with CHS junior Duyoung Cho.

Amy Roh, Student Life Editor

April 22, 2016

The pain of the past can be changed by the strength of the present.   On Thursday in the Lecture Hall, Coppell High School students had the unique opportunity to meet Korean war survivor Lee Ok-Seon.   Lee, along with members with the House of Sharing, spoke to students of the t...

A Tale of Two Libraries: Hudson, Tindall set up “little free libraries” in Coppell

A Tale of Two Libraries: Hudson, Tindall set up “little free libraries

Amy Roh, Student Life Editor

April 15, 2016

  In 2009, Wisconsin resident Todd Bol built a little library in the shape of a box in his front yard. As a tribute to his late mother who loved to read, he filled it to the brim with novels.   “FREE BOOKS”, the handmade sign below it read.      In a few years, the...

Literary Criticism team dominates with passion, close bond

(Left to right) Coppell High School senior Daniel Koh, junior Apurva Gunturu, junior Shayrin Oad, senior Taddie Cook, and senior Will Harrington show off their awards from their UIL competition at Southlake Carroll High School at the District 7-6A Academic Contest last year.

Amy Roh, Student Life Editor

March 11, 2016

A team’s size does not necessarily equate to its impact. Coppell High School’s Literary Criticism team, that has been swiftly taking the lead above many teams in Texas, could best demonstrate this.   Literary Criticism is a University Interscholastic League (UIL) event where students analyze...

Heritage Night celebrates culture, diversity for 10th year

Heritage Night celebrates culture, diversity for 10th year

Amy Roh, Student Life Editor

February 29, 2016

By 8 p.m., the Coppell High School cafeteria is packed. A row of shiny steel containers of Indian food line the tables while rows of students in both casual T-shirts and vibrant, gold-seamed dresses line the seats and brick ledges.   Every year, Coppell High School’s Junior World Affairs...

Time flies, and the only thing that changes is everything

Time flies, and the only thing that changes is everything

Amy Roh, Student Life Editor

February 20, 2016

  Yesterday, we ditched the TV. I watched three servicemen unbolt the old, box-like TV out of our newsroom. The dusty TV, that used to blare the announcements every morning in every elementary school classroom I have sat in, was now too antiquated and useless for our iPad-centric class. During a time...

Spotify gives artists benefits that transcend profits

December 17, 2015

By Amy Roh Student Life Editor @rohmyboat   You just broke up with your boyfriend.   In an effort to wallow in your sadness, you open Spotify in search of Taylor Swift, or perhaps even Radiohead to lull your woes away. You open up the music streaming service, but none of the...

Moe taps into Samoan roots through Polynesian dance (with video)

Moe taps into Samoan roots through Polynesian dance (with video)

November 2, 2015

By Amy Roh Student Life Editor @rohmyboat   As the sounds of drums and guitar echo off the walls, Coppell High School senior Ko’a Moe dances to the beat in her flower-adorned skirt. Her ankle tattoo of arrowheads, the traditional malu symbol, and hibiscus flashes underneath the colorful f...