Coppell Student Media

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Early voting allows citizens to skip lines, hassle

Coppell Town Center was open to the public from Oct. 24 to Nov. 4 for citizens of Coppell who wish to participate in early voting. Regular voting for the US Presidential Election will take place on Nov. 8.

Farah Merchant, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016

As early voting opened on Oct. 24, voting booths lined the inside of Coppell’s Town Center building. Voting began at 7 a.m. and citizens of Coppell were eager to place their vote for their choice of candidate early. Voters waited in a short line inside the building to cast their vote, using their vo...

Trump’s crude talk misrepresents athletes, locker room settings

After making crude remarks about women, republican presidential nominee Donald Trump disregarded it as 'locker room talk'. However, this may misrepresent how guys and locker rooms truly are.

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor

October 27, 2016

With the sports world a frenzied cluster of World Series baseball, all levels of football and the dawn of a new basketball season, something else has managed to take the stage, front and center. The volatile, explosive presidential election cycle has managed to steal headlines and television ratings across t...

The presidential candidate for all

The presidential candidate for all

Rutuja Joshi, Staff Writer

October 26, 2016

The presidential candidates, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump, are divided policy-wise; however, only one has consistently proven to protect people of all beliefs and backgrounds under those policies. Hillary Rodham Clinton is that candidate. With pol...

Making America Great Again, one vote at a time

Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks in Fort Worth during a press conference in March. Photo by Thomas Rousseau.

Thomas Rousseau, Staff Cartoonist

October 26, 2016

Republican nominee Donald Trump is the best choice out of all the current running presidential candidates and I will be voting for him on Nov. 8. Trump has had to fight equally as hard against the mainstream Republican Party and the Democratic Party and truly represents a man against the establishm...

A tale of two rallies, Sanders and Trump

The crowd awaiting the Bernie Sanders rally in Grand Prairie. Photo by Nicolas Henderson.

Nicolas Henderson, Staff Writer

March 8, 2016

There is nothing quite like an election year. There is an energy felt around the country that gets more and more intense as the general election creeps closer.   The idea that after four or eight years, America is about to undergo a drastic change is both an exciting and frightening prop...

Trump announces Christie endorsement, hammers Rubio at Fort Worth rally

Donald Trump addressing supporters at his Fort Worth rally on Friday. Trump focused his speech on his ideas to

Nicolas Henderson, Staff Writer

February 29, 2016

  FORT WORTH - 8 a.m. on Commerce Street in downtown Fort Worth is usually pretty barren, with the exception of a few cars here and there and the occasional pedestrian. On Friday morning this was not the case, as hundreds arrived early to ensure a close spot to see the spectacle that is Republican...

Young adults, early voting, and their impact on the upcoming election

Hawaii has the lowest voter turnout historically while Minnesota has the highest. Texas has the sixth lowest voter turnout. Graphic by Manu Garikipati.

Nicolas Henderson, Staff Writer

February 19, 2016

  As the presidential race gains momentum, young voices are arguably becoming the deciding factor in the upcoming elections. With the Iowa Caucuses yielding surprising results on both the Democratic and Republican sides, and record breaking voter turnout lead by young people in New Hampshire,...

Knowledge of presidential candidates is essential

The poll of CHS students is a telling sign that some candidates get votes simply because they are known by name.  Graphic by Rachel Buigas Lopez.

November 16, 2015

The poll of CHS students is a telling sign that some candidates get votes simply because they are known by name.  Graphic by Rachel Buigas Lopez.   By Nicolas Henderson Staff Writer @happenstance98   As seniors are preparing to end their high school careers and move on into...