Coppell Student Media

Don’t dress to oppress

Don’t dress to oppress

Charlotte Vanyo, Staff Writer

January 10, 2019


Filed under Opinions

My mission in life is to make a difference - even a small one. Because of this, I try to be politically active in any way a 16-year-old can. I can often be found at town halls, rallies and marches. Many people laugh at my activism and ask, “Does she really think she’s making a difference?” In a...

Nail salon donates to Relay for Life

April 16, 2013


Filed under News Blog

By Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer As Relay for Life draws near, more and more teams are looking for ways to raise money. On Thursday, April 18th, the new nail salon, Deluxe Nail Spa, next to Smashburger, will be donating 30% of each customers bill to the Relay event. To have some of you bill donated,...

Students plan to show “soup”erior generosity in canned food drive

January 23, 2013


Filed under News Blog

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer If you're looking for a "souper" way to give back to the community, CHS will begin their annual canned food drive this week. The "Souper Bowl of Caring" fundraiser encourages students to bring in canned or other non-perishable food items to donate to local food shelters. ...

Elementary club gives girls opportunity to donate hair

Elementary club gives girls opportunity to donate hair

December 6, 2012


Filed under News, Showcase

By Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer Multiple high school girls know what it is like to donate their hair to Locks of Love, Pink Heart Fund or any other organization, but something most high school students do not know, is that young girls in elementary schools participate in this as well. Students attending Denton Creek Elementary, Mockingbird Elementary and Lakeside Elementary have th...

Japan relief efforts: how you can help

March 21, 2011


Filed under News Blog

Ashleigh Heaton Editor-in-Chief Over the break, Japan was devastated by a 8.9 earthquake and tsunami in the Sendai area. Since the event, Japan has felt the effects all over its country, as far as Tokyo: lost power, destroyed homes and the fragile state of a nuclear power plant are only a few of...

Coppell Community Gardens serve up more than fresh veggies

December 3, 2010


Filed under News

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager Video coming soon The Coppell Community Gardens is one of Coppell’s most beautiful and unknown assets, up-kept by the few dozen of dedicated volunteers who wake each Saturday morning to prepare the fruits of their labor for pick-up by the Metrocrest Foodbank. Harvesting,...

Click here for good karma

January 29, 2010


Filed under News

 by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer People around the world face suffering each day. Sometimes it takes a natural disaster to put the harsh realities of the lives of some into perspective for us. While the earthquake that devastated Haiti on Jan. 12 dispersed Haitian families, the disaster united...

How to help Haiti; organizations provide relief to damaged country

January 22, 2010


Filed under News Blog

By Mary Whitfill Staff Writer On Jan. 12 at 4:53 pm an earthquake devastated Haiti, hitting with a magnitude of 7.0 at the epicenter, the USGS called it the strongest earthquake in the area since 1770. The earthquake hit 10 miles west of Porte-au-Prince and its 2 million inhabitants, leaving 3 mi...