Coppell Student Media

Big environment or big business?

Big environment or big business?

Grant Spicer, Staff Writer

March 11, 2016

The wealth and the profits of the companies that are producing tremendous amounts of carbon need to be distributed into society so that key environmental and cleanup programs can be funded,

Sierra Club resumes club meetings

February 7, 2013

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer There is no question that Coppell High School has a huge variety of clubs and organizations on campus. For students interested in nature and environmental issues, the Sierra Club could be the perfect match for them. As a national club with 1.3 million members, ...

Going green at Earthfest April 28th

April 16, 2012

Corrina Taylor Staff Writer April 28th marks another Earthfest day for Coppell, this celebration is bigger and better than ever. This year will be sponsored by Waste Management in order to educate the citizens of Coppell of the importance of our treatment towards the environment. There will be many...

Environmental science students continue Blackland Prairie restoration in Coppell

March 21, 2011

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager This year, AP and IB Environmental Science teacher Holly Anderson and her students began a new project to help restore the diminishing Blackland Prairie eco-region in Coppell's own Coppell Nature Park. After an idle winter season, Anderson and her classes are transitioning...

Bhattacharya strives for world without plastic bags

October 1, 2010

by Ashley Attanuci Web Manager It was the hot summer of 2008. Junior Shorjoe Battacharya was touring with his family the country he now visits every other year. He marveled at the mountainous landscape, beaches, temples, cities and the Taj Mahal, making memories that would last a lifetime. To his...

Enviromental Change

September 3, 2010

By Michael Pankonien They were the children of Greatest Generation and the bridge builders to a new era. Growing up in the 60's and 70's, it is thanks to the children of these era's that we owe the progress of the Green Movement. However, this progress did not come unhindered. One must remember...

Happy 40th birthday Earth Day!

April 22, 2010

By Gaby Moran Staff Writer Once a year, Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 to, obviously, appreciate what the Earth has given us, but also to make people aware of the problems humans have caused to the planet and how to fix it. “This is a great day to get more people aware of how they are h...

Global Poverty or Environmental Protection?

October 8, 2009

The November topic for public forum debate: Resolved- When in conflict, the United Nations should prioritize global poverty over environmental protection. While all topics are undoubtedly controversial and leave room for more than enough clash for a judge to evaluate after the round, this topic ha...