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Stir conversation with date over quick, delicious recipes

Stir conversation with date over quick, delicious recipes

Anika Arutla, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

When it comes to impressing your significant other, there is no easier way to the heart than through the stomach. These simple, yet exquisitely delicious, recipes will make for a perfect date night.   Garlic Bread:   This common appetizer takes only a few minutes to prepare and serves as...

Valentine’s Day Date Ideas: Ranging in price and adventure levels, have a new experience this Tuesday

This Valentine’s Day does not have to be just dinner and a movie. Try some unique activities and restaurants to create an unforgettable experience.

Rutuja Joshi, Staff Writer

February 13, 2017

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching on Tuesday. As people await the romantic day, couples look for creative ideas to treat their significant others.   For the adventurous and those willing to splurge this Valentine’s Day, try indoor skydiving at iFLY in Frisco (8380 TX-121, Frisco 75034) for a truly unforgettable e...

Douglas awarded teacher of the month by CHS faculty

AP Environmental science teacher Cathy Douglas shows Holly Anderson’s environmental science class how to correctly use petri dishes on Friday morning. Douglas was voted for the February 2016 Teacher of the Month.

Farah Merchant, Staff Writer

March 25, 2016

Cathy Douglas’s room is brightly lit with yellow wallpapers and posters. Her room is equally divided between desks and lab tables. And her desk is near the door, so as you enter you can see her bright smile beckoning you in. Douglas is a Biology and Environmental Science teacher at Coppell High School ...

Eight holidays in February that you may have never heard of

Eight holidays in February that you may have never heard of

Sruthi Boppuri, Staff Writer

February 7, 2016

Sick of all the Valentine’s Day hype? Here are some holidays that are celebrated in February that you may not have heard of.   Feb. 8 - Clean Out Your Computer Day Falling on the second Monday of the month, this holiday has been around since 2000 and is sponsored by the Institute of ...

Valentine’s Day; the truth behind the holiday

Valentine’s Day; the truth behind the holiday

Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

Often cited as a “Hallmark Holiday”, Valentine's Day originated from skeptical beginnings, but can be traced back to Ancient times. Mallorie Munoz In the third century, Roman Emperor Claudius II outlawed marriage in Rome because he thought single young men were more fit to fight in the army. This law ou...

Act of Valor, Gone, Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds and Wanderlust released tomorrow

February 23, 2012

By Annie Wen Staff Writer This week seems to be a good week for the entertainment industry, as four new movies are set to be released tomorrow, Friday February 24: Act of Valor, Gone, Tyler Perry's Good Deeds and Wanderlust. Act of Valor is a Action/Adventure/Drama film starring Roselyn Sanchez...

The Woman in Black to be released to the public tomorrow

February 2, 2012

By Annie Wen Staff Writer On Tuesday of this week I was able to do something really cool: I got to go to an early preview of the new Daniel Radcliffe movie The Woman in Black (Thanks Wren!). The movie will be released to the public tomorrow, Friday February 3. In the film, Daniel Radcliffe plays...

Principal Hunt does not shy away from current problems in recent newsletter

February 7, 2011

Coleman Armes Staff Writer It seems that recently much of the talk at Coppell High School has been about drugs, alcohol and students' recent struggles with these. Principal Hunt did not try to hide this, but, instead, addressed it head-on in his recent February newsletter. In the newsletter, Hunt...