Coppell Student Media

Internet corporations, thought policing, and you

Internet corporations, thought policing, and you

Thomas Rousseau, Staff Cartoonist

September 26, 2016

In everyday life, it has become quite apparent that the large news media corporations often have a bias attached to them. It is becoming more and more clear that MSNBC or FOX News do not share the same side of the political spectrum.   Yet when something as universally used as Google comes to mind, ...

Facts trump feelings

Facts trump feelings

Emma Cummins, Editorial Page Editory

January 29, 2016

Before writing this column I would like to establish one thing: I am a journalist and I deal with facts.   What I am about to write is not going to be politicized or adjusted for the possibility that it may be “offensive” or labeled a “microaggression” or whatever word the liberal cr...

Riots over independent film continue to rock the Arab world

September 18, 2012

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor In recent years, the Arab Spring shook the foundation of many Middle Eastern countries. Now, another wave of violence and rage has swept the already-precarious Arabic World as a result of an obscure American short film published online. This film, entitled "The Inn...

Debate over censorship of a classic

January 6, 2011

Kelly Stewart Staff Writer The editors of New South Books have decided to make changes to the Mark Twain classic “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn” by censoring the use of the N-word. According to the CNN website, New South Books has released a new version of the book that changes all of the N-words to the ...

Why Dye?

November 13, 2009

Maddie Walters Staff Writer A colorful sensation is sweeping the nation – well – it’s sweeping Coppell High School at the least. This year, CHS’s hallways have been beset by several teenage girls who are exercising their right to express themselves through the color of their hair. “I...