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Fewer players, more coaches: Coppell ultimate frisbee taking new approach with smaller roster

Coppell High School senior’s Vinny Vincenzo, Luke Raetzman and Ethan Thompson practice throwing the frisbee among each other while running. They met after school at New Tech High @ Coppell with the rest of the team in order to practice their frisbee skills.

Anika Arutla, Staff Writer

October 1, 2018

Standing on a field, with seven players on each team, the objective of an ultimate frisbee player is to pass it to their other teammates without the interception of their opposing team and make it to the endzone. Even though only seven players are on the field, the effort behind the club requires many m...

Writers gain opportunity to get feedback for work in creative writing club

Coppell High School junior Ahilesh Vasudaven and Marcus Munshi review over Ahilesh’s story before submitting to Coppell Literary and Art Magazine during creative club. The Coppell High School Creative Writing Club meets every Tuesday afternoon in C231.

Sofia Guerrero, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018

The room is quiet as students take turns reading aloud from their laptops or iPads. They are reading their short stories. After the student has finished reading, others give positive comments and suggestions.   Opportunities such as this are made possible through the Creative Writing Club at Coppell...

Students come together to share passions and experiences through TED Talks

Students come together to share passions and experiences through TED Talks

Pranathi Chitta, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016

A genuine TED Talk consists of sheer passion translated into words. On February 28, Coppell High School students came together to speak about matters they feel most passionate about. From topics such as brain injury awareness to the film industry, students have been preparing their speeches over...

Diversity Club brings friendly atmosphere to students of varied backgrounds

The Co-Presidents of the Diversity Club, Abhi Minivanan (left), and Naureen Wjajahat (right).

Thomas Rousseau, Staff Writer

January 28, 2016

With Coppell’s rapidly changing demographics, it can be hard for some students to feel included in certain groups or communities. The Diversity Club seeks to change that. Co-president junior Naureen Wajahat does most interaction with the group's members and Co-president junior Abhi Manivannan is mo...

Seniors introduce Bhutanese Refugee club to help blend into American society, culture

Seniors introduce Bhutanese Refugee club to help blend into American society, culture

December 9, 2015

By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer @prannydacheetah While much of the nation’s attention has been on Middle Eastern refugees, there is another country where 100,000 refugees are fleeing away from communal conflict. Two Coppell High School seniors have began the Bhutanese Awareness Council to safely...

UNICEF club making a difference, one fundraiser at a time

December 4, 2015

By Wren Lee Staff Writer @LeeLaurenWren   Headlines screaming about the terrors of the world are commonplace these days, and there are people left behind. Organizations such as the United Nation Children’s Fund (UNICEF), are necessary in helping those in need.   That is why C...

Coppell’s Closet pays it forward

With the changing seasons and the holidays approaching, many people will be sorting through their wardrobes and find clothes they want to donate. Coppell High School’s new club, Coppell’s Closet, will hold its winter drive on Dec. 7, and all students are encouraged to participate. Photo by Ayoung Jo.

Gracie Blackwell, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015

  Coppell's Closet, a newly created club at Coppell High School, has aspirations of making a positive impact to many people who are in need of help. The club's purpose is to collect gently used clothes from Coppell students and local residents, and then pay them forward to larger organizations...

HOSA club team takes first place at state, club advances to nationals

HOSA club team takes first place at state, club advances to nationals

April 24, 2015

By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer @prannydacheetah Although Dallas may seem to close to home for a competition, the city did not disappoint when the Coppell High School Health Occupations Students Association (HOSA) club took part in the state competition on April 9-11. With over 3,000 students...

New kayak company offers urban adventures in Coppell

Trinity River Kayak Co. employees A.J. Date and Greg Ludden lead a family down to the river, bringing with them the kayaks the customers will be using. The family spent around three hours kayaking down the Trinity River on Sunday morning. Photo by Sandy Iyer.

September 11, 2013

By Kristen Shepard Editor-in-Chief Just around the riverbend, or down Sandy Lake Road that is, lies Trinity River Kayak Company --Coppell’s first outdoor adventure company.  In the month and a half that Trinity River Kayak Co. has been open, their friendly staff have taken dozens of families...

Heritage Night moves beyond one-hit-wonder

Senior Khadijah Adenwala auditioned for Heritage Night by singing 'What Makes You Beautiful' by One Direction. Heritage Night, hosted by the Junior World Affairs Council, will be Friday night, February 15th. Photo by Rinu Daniel.

February 5, 2013

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer The Junior World Affairs Council (JWAC) is predominately known for its main event of the year, Heritage Night. Countries from all over the world are represented: India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, England, Mexico, Nigeria, France, China, Hungary and North Korea. A...

Knife Party concert preview

March 22, 2012

By Dyer Whitt Staff Writer Tonight, at the world famous Lizard Lounge club, electronic music's latest sensation, Knife Party will be giving Dallas a taste of their bass. The concert consists of the Australian duo, Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, who additionally founded the electronic rock group Pendulum. What...