Coppell Student Media

The Woman in Black to be released to the public tomorrow

February 2, 2012


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By Annie Wen Staff Writer On Tuesday of this week I was able to do something really cool: I got to go to an early preview of the new Daniel Radcliffe movie The Woman in Black (Thanks Wren!). The movie will be released to the public tomorrow, Friday February 3. In the film, Daniel Radcliffe plays...

EOC Exams

April 7, 2011


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Chris Cummins Staff Writer End of Course Exams take place today, with freshmen and juniors taking off their 1st through 3rd period classes to sit for the experimental exams. EOCs, as the name would imply, are standardized tests that are intended to solidify and uphold standards throughout multiple...

Academic Decathlon Recruiting

March 31, 2011


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By: Chris Cummins Staff Writer Academic Decathlon holds an informational meeting Thursday at 4:00, in Mr. Dixon’s room in B211. The meeting is an informational one, giving prospective students the chance to learn about Academic Decathlon and hear about it from the students themselves, as well...

Black History Month

February 23, 2011


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By: Chris Cummins Staff Writer While to most people February may be known as the month of love, it shares this title with something that’s just as important. February is Black History Month, and it offers some people who may not know about the vast contributions to American culture African-Americans...

And the Award Goes To…

January 13, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Video

By Wren Culp Video by Lauren Gurevitz and Wren Culp Every year I always end up yelling at my television during one event. The Oscars. Being a film junkie,  the Oscars are my Super Bowl. I always watch every year devotedly. Here are my picks for the categories of for the 2010 Oscars: Best...

Prepare for a roller coaster ride with “Black Swan”

December 3, 2010


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By Wren Culp Staff Writer Before I get started, I want to warn people that this film is not for everybody. This is not a “friday night with friends” film. This film is out there, off the walls and a lot of film to comprehend. I’ve seen my fair share of films in my short life. I’ve seen classics to rom-com...

Call of Duty does it again with Black Ops

November 30, 2010


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Chase Porter Staff Writer It’s true: everyone loves Call of Duty: Black Ops. The franchise has done it again releasing its newest edition of Call of Duty with millions of followers all around the world. “It’s awesome,” said junior Garrett Hicks. “I love Call of Duty: Black Ops because the [Call...

Anticipation for Black Ops

October 27, 2010


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Chase Porter Staff Writer For years, the games of, Call of Duty, have entertained teenage boys and now the wait for the highly anticipated, Call of Duty Black Ops, is almost over! On November 9th the latest instalment of the Call of Duty games will release for Xbox 360 and Xbox live. the game ...

“Black Ops” trailer looks promising

May 19, 2010


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Last night during the Eastern Conference Finals, the new trailer for the latest Call of Duty game aired on TV. And let me tell you something, November 9th can't get here fast enough. The trailer is centered around an elite team of people that have gone through history - or what we think is history. "A lie is a lie. Just because you write it and make it histor...

Welcome back Jack Black

December 4, 2009


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By Wren Culp Staff Writer I love Jack Black. His hilarious way of using his size and charm to please the audience just tickles me to death. And my favorite animated Jack Black movie is coming back for a sequel. The 2008 comedy Kung Fu Panda really seemed to hit homes with audiences and crit...