Coppell Student Media

Passion 2014 to bring life change, spiritual awakening to Coppell seniors

Passion 2014 to bring life change, spiritual awakening to Coppell seniors

February 12, 2014

By Kristen Shepard Editor in Chief “Just picture 60,000 Christians in one arena,” Gracepoint Church youth pastor Charley Hellmuth said. “It is like Jesus meets the Super Bowl.” Local churches and students have nothing but praise and excitement when mentioning the Passion 2014 Conference in...

Students worship at Christian concert

February 19, 2013

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer Friday, Feb. 15 many Coppell High School students went to the Rock and Worship Roadshow at the American Airlines Center. The Roadshow is an annual tour of Christian bands and artists. This year's tour included MercyMe, Jeremy Camp, Tedashii, Kutless, Family Force...

Christian College Fair comes to a city near you

September 11, 2012

By Christina Burke Features Editor Many students at Coppell High School allow their religion to influence the very important decision of which college they will be attending after they graduate. This year, a Christian company called Blueprint, designed to help students find their perfect college, ...

Nudo experiences Pine Cove Christian Camps in a new way

Nudo experiences Pine Cove Christian Camps in a new way

April 5, 2012

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Pine Cove Christian Camps is one of the most popular and reportedly fulfilling summer camps that students attend every summer. Though most students of Coppell High School attend as campers, senior Anna Nudo will be experiencing the camp in a different way. This upcoming summer, Nudo ...

Atheists swept under the rug in today’s “politically correct” society

Atheists swept under the rug in today’s “politically correct” society

March 29, 2012

By Lance McCaskey Staff Writer Atheism is debatably one of the most controversial topics in the religious world. However, similar to most American misconceptions about the Muslim religion, the so-called “facts” most people use to describe atheism are, at their core, false. I know many atheists,...

Entertainment affecting Christian lifestyle

Entertainment affecting Christian lifestyle

February 21, 2012

By Tolu Salako Staff Writer Media is everywhere; there is no escaping it. It is easy for students to be influenced by what they watch and listen to regardless of their personal beliefs.  Religion is a main priority in many people’s lives, which affects their mindset towards certain issues. Students are ...

Trinity Tragedy

May 14, 2011

Chris Cummins Staff Writer The sudden disappearance of Hwanyeo Park, an elderly Coppell resident, has prompted a countywide search, which spanned the Coppell, Denton, Lewisville and Lake Cities counties. Over 300 people, as well as Lewisville's dive team, searched for days, specifically near the...

Rock and Worship Roadshow to rock the AAC

April 8, 2010

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer The American Airlines Center holds concerts of many different kinds year-round.  From P!nk to Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift, the venue is packed most weekends with excited fans. One of the most unique concerts held at the AAC, however, is coming next weekend: the ...

Lent begins again

February 17, 2010

Ellen Cameron Staff Writer After the hoopla of Mardi Gras, which was significantly dampened by the weather, the 40 days of Lent began today, on Ash Wednesday. The effects are obvious in the school, and sometimes tangible. Students with dark (and often smeared) crosses of ash are Catholic and sometimes...