Coppell Student Media

Dismantling mistruths

Dismantling mistruths

Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor

April 2, 2019

Disheartenment and anger faced the nation when admissions into numerous top-tier universities across the nation involved crimes such as bribery and fraud. In all its unethicality, the FBI’s “Operation Varsity Blues” investigation only confirmed what Coppell ISD knew already: there is no one track road to success. Through the tampering of test scores, millio...

CISD College Night allows students to gain experience, information from ideal colleges (with video)

CISD College Night allows students to gain experience, information from ideal colleges (with video)

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Claire Clements, Editorial Page Editor

September 19, 2018

On Thursday, Coppell High School welcomed 161 colleges to the lecture hall, commons, cafeteria and main hallway.   College Night allows CHS students to gather important information and speak with representatives from their colleges of choice. Dallas-Fort Worth recruiters for several universit...

On the Spot: A life-changing signature for athletes

On the Spot: A life-changing signature for athletes

Pramika Kadari, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018

Across the United States, star high school athletes woke up this morning in anticipation of a life changing signature. Today is the first National Signing Day of 2018 as nationwide, student athletes are signing a binding contract to further their athletic passion on the collegiate level.   Coppell High S...

CHS athletes sign on to continue their passion on next level

CHS athletes sign on to continue their passion on next level

Pramika Kadari, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017

  Five student athletes, in addition to their friends, family and coaches, gathered in the Coppell High School arena yesterday at 8 a.m. for National Signing Day.   Senior Breanne Chausse signed to play volleyball at Sam Houston State University, senior Janane Tan to playing go...

Plan for tomorrow, live today (not the other way around)

Plan for tomorrow, live today (not the other way around)

Anthony Cesario, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017

I love talking with my friends, but somehow every conversation ends up being about GPA, the “top 10 percent” or how school takes up too much of our time and how tired we are.   I understand the issue. Many of my friends have been brought up to accept nothing less than A’s in their classe...

The right fit: Hirpara chooses to study fashion in LA

The right fit: Hirpara chooses to study fashion in LA

Rutuja Joshi, Staff Writer

May 5, 2017

Typical STEM, business and liberal arts majors did not pique Coppell High School senior Rakhi Hirpara’s interest when she chose her major. Instead, the world of apparel pulled her towards a unique and artistic future. Hirpara will be attending the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM)...

Straight from the seniors: CHS seniors offer academic, college-related advice

Straight from the seniors: CHS seniors offer academic, college-related advice

Rutuja Joshi, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017

While walking these halls for four years, one thought has loomed over the minds of many: college.   A lot of what we do as students is to contribute to where we will be for the next four years. The classes we take and the extracurricular activities that we participate in are often driven...

New Priorities: As Coppell High School seniors enter their last semester in high school, focus shifts to family and friends

New Priorities: As Coppell High School seniors enter their last semester in high school, focus shifts to family and friends

Rutuja Joshi, Staff Writer

February 3, 2017

  I remember in my freshman year when I set up a countdown to graduation and it measured over 1000 days. Now, I see just over 100.   As seniors enter their second and last semester of high school, a wave of emotions hits. Years ago, I awaited the time when my GPA and rank would freeze. I awaited the time when...

Stories beyond words

Stories beyond words

Jessica Jun, Staff Writer

September 19, 2016

Mixed colors, scattered brushes, and crumbles of papers filled the studio. He picks up a thin paint brush, dips it in the teal colored paint, and slowly adds the finishing detail to his piece.   A smile smears across his face as Coppell High School senior Chulmin Han finishes his first col...

AP classes- too good to be true?

AP classes- too good to be true?

Avery Davis, Staff Writer

May 6, 2016

Ask anyone trying to make the top 10 percent of their respective class, and they will tell you that taking Advanced Placement classes is hugely important to getting there.   Not only can these AP courses boost your high school Grade Point Average, but they also can give you hours of colleg...

Making it count: how end of school year should be spent

Making it count: how end of school year should be spent

Lili Lomas, Staff Writer

May 3, 2016

By Lili Lomas Staff writer   It is the beginning of May which means we we are in the home stretch of the school year. However, these last few weeks of school should be made the most out of, not overlooked.   We always complain about how high school is hard, how we are “overburdened” by ...

Guide to a clean dorm room: get prepared for college with these organization tips

Guide to a clean dorm room: get prepared for college with these organization tips

Pranathi Chitta, Staff Writer

April 8, 2016

As college is approaching, I have thought about the necessary chores and cleaning skills to possess in order to have a clean and tidy dorm room.   In recent observations, I have seen seniors specifically, who do not know the basics of house chores, such as cleaning the dishes or doing laund...