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A sound passion: Daliparthy’s personal story sparks fervor for speech pathology

Coppell High School senior Soundarya Daliparthy’s strong relationship with her twin brothers Sreeram (left) and Kartheek (right) influences her to pursue a career in speech pathology. Drawing inspiration from experiences with her autistic brother Kartheek, Daliparthy looks forward to aiding others in developing effective communication. Photo by Jessica Jun.

Jessica Jun, Staff Writer

March 9, 2017

He can’t stop himself from crying as he throws a tantrum. She bends down, looks him in the eyes and they take three deep breaths together. With the sound of her voice and the warmth of her hug, he finally calms down and smiles.   She smiles with him and right then, she knows: Coppell High Scho...

Looking through a new set of lenses

Looking through a new set of lenses

Jessica Jun, Staff Writer

February 4, 2016

One small act of kindness can bring a smile to a person’s face. One compliment can give someone more confidence. One program can change a person’s life forever: a program like Coppell High School’s Pathways Program.   For over 10 years, this program has served as an excellent way for student...

Public health vs. Civil liberties: Why this conflict can affect everyone in society

Public health vs. Civil liberties: Why this conflict can affect everyone in society

January 6, 2016

By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer @prannydacheetah   I have always found the field of public heath interesting since the Ebola outbreak last summer.   I thought that public health was a field that did not have any complications to it other than trying to cure viruses and diseases....

Annual Walkabout For Autism returns to Coppell

September 26, 2012

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer The Brent Woodall Foundation 8th AnnualWalkabout For Autism in coming to Coppell's Andy Brown Community Park East on Saturday. Registration for adults is $25 and $10 for kids, with registration beginning at 8 a.m. and events at 9 .m. Brent Woodall died in the 9/11 terrorist...

Carol Jackson wins Teacher of the Month

Mrs. Jackson poses in front of her classroom door next to her beloved Texas Rangers poster. Jackson recently won teacher of the month for October. Photo by Trevor Stiff.

November 3, 2011

by Coleman Armes Staff Writer Every month Coppell High School rewards one teacher who has been nominated by other teachers and honors them for their hard work. But for the month of October the teacher chosen was not your teacher. She keeps quiet in C117 but makes a huge difference on her student’s lives. This was ...

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October 2, 2009

Staff Writer Paige Wilson On Sept. 26 the Brent Woodall Foundation hosted their 5th annual WalkAbout for Autism at Andy Brown East. Adults and kids gathered to walk and raise money for the foundation. The Brent Woodall Foundation was created in 2003 by Tracy Pierce Bender. The foundation was dedica...