Coppell Student Media

A reflection on fleeting emotion; the struggle of converting empathy into action

A reflection on fleeting emotion; the struggle of converting empathy into action

Briana Thomas, Staff Writer

May 12, 2017

You press play on a video to view a woman narrating her experience as a victim of domestic violence. You see her tears. Her bruises. The way she holds herself firmly, as if at any moment, someone would tear away another piece of her. At a restaurant, you see another woman. She shares the same emotionles...

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...

CHS early release returns to 11:30 am

December 18, 2012

By Will Thomas Staff Writer After a few years of an extended "half-day" released at 2:30 pm, CHS will be released at 11:30 on Friday, Dec. 21. Students will attend all seven classes, each with 22 minute periods and six minute passing periods. The initial reason we had the 2:30 release was a student...

Constitutional Amendment Election to be held Nov. 8

November 7, 2011

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor Ten propositions will go on the ballot tomorrow for the November Texas Constitutional Amendment Election. Registered Dallas County voters can report to their precinct polling location to cast their vote. Propositions up for election are as follows: Proposition Number 1...

School system is settling for just ok

School system is settling for just ok

October 25, 2011

Coleman Armes Staff Writer Sometimes I feel like I’m crazy. I sit in class and think am I the only one that is upset, that is unsatisfied, that is unmotivated? Something has to be done. Now usually I am a hard worker and tend to be an A and B student. But this year I have found myself not...

Pro: Elimination of class rank affects students’ attitudes about learning

September 24, 2010

By Julia Kim Staff Writer To sleep or not to sleep. In a neck and neck race, I choose the latter. I can’t quite speak for everyone though—not everyone is as slow a worker as me. Not everyone stares, dazed, at the clock reading 3 a.m. Not everyone glares at their transcript, frustrated by the...