Coppell Student Media

Cozby Con encourages reading through comic books

February 15, 2011

Video by Katie Kennedy This past weekend, the William T. Cozby Public Library held its first “Cozby Con”. The convention, which is similar to a smaller version of the bigger Comic-Con, was held to show the importance of using things like comic books to encourage kids to read. The original Comic-Cons...

Good final study locations for Coppell high schoolers

January 6, 2011

Divya Kumar News Editor While the end of Winter Break is often mourned by students simply because of their return to school, the stress of finals is an additional factor. While this week has been termed "dead week", meaning no clubs or extracurriculars meet so students have adequate time to prepare,...

Last minute NHS hours still available

May 5, 2010

By Loren Hughes Staff Writer As the end of the year comes to a close, National Honor Society members find themselves scrambling to finish their last minute required group and individual community service hours. Well, not to worry, because there are still many places that are available, even for...

Coppell library hosts tea party of literary desecration

February 25, 2010

By Ellen Cameron Staff Writer “All ya’ll is the greatest word in the dictionary. Well, it will be when I’m done,” David Lieber vowed. Strangely enough, this promise of the Texan bastardization of the English language occurred in Coppell’s William T. Cozby Public Library. Lieber, a comedian, sartorialist and columnist for the Fort Worth...

Coppell library to host free yoga session

February 23, 2010

by Divya Kumar News Editor Yoga is a relatively new sport form, practiced by many in order to become more flexible and to relax muscles. This Saturday, Feb. 27, the Coppell Public Library will be offering the chance for Coppell citizens to learn and partake in this novel activity. Beginning at...