Coppell Student Media

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2010-2011 C.L.A.M. showcases student work

May 6, 2011

Julia Kim Staff Writer Carolyn Bossmann KCBY The Coppell Literary Arts Magazine – more commonly known as the C.L.A.M. – will be available for distribution within a week for $12. Written and made by students and staff, the publication is a compilation of prose, poetry, art and photography. “I...

C.L.A.M. submissions now being taken

October 15, 2010

Ashleigh Heaton Editor-in-Chief Have a cool piece of writing or a stellar photo you wish you could show off to more than your friends? Well, now's your chance: the C.L.A.M. (Coppell Literary and Arts Magazine) has begun taking submissions for this year's edition, which will be published and available...

The C.L.A.M. impresses from morning to night

May 10, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer It was first conceived in 1993 as Digambara, implying “standing naked”, then transformed into the Chrysalis, the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly. Finally, it evolved into the simple and catchy name we know today - Coppell Literary Arts Magazine, or...

C.L.A.M. pre-sales begin now

March 3, 2010

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer The Coppell Literary Arts Magazine, or the C.L.A.M., is the annual short story, prose, poetry and photography magazine produced by Coppell High School students and sold in the spring. All submissions have been received, and the magazine will be available after Spring Break.  However, pre-sales begin now. The C.L.A.M. is $12 if ordered before March 15 and $15 if purchased after. Contact Mr. Bowden...

C.L.A.M. deadline Friday

December 17, 2009

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer The C.L.A.M., Coppell Literary Arts Magazine, deadline for submissions is this Friday, Dec. 18. All pieces of writing and photography can be given to Mr. Bowden in C231 on a CD, flash drive, e-mail or hardcopy, though electronic submissions are preferred.  The C.L.A.M. accepts work from both CHS teachers and students from all grades. In addition, subscribers are welcomed and will receive a business ad in ...