Coppell Student Media

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Learning to enjoy the roughest of days

November 29, 2010

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager Though today was cloudy, dreary and cold (not to mention exceptionally stressful), I still enjoyed it, mostly I think because it is my favorite commercial free music Monday on Kiss FM.  On the way home from school, I bopped to the music on the radio, and I listened...

Haunted houses prove popular trick-or-treating alternative for students

November 13, 2010

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager As part of the spooky holiday that originated in Europe centuries ago and has been widely celebrated in the United States since the early 20th century, haunted houses are wiggling their way into pop culture and tradition and providing the perfect alternative to the high...

Clever Halloween costumes

October 27, 2010

by Abby Drake Staff writer Halloween is this Sunday night, and it is time for everyone to find the perfect costume. There is an endless supply of ideas, and I have searched through the web and have compiled what I think are the most clever costumes of 2010. To dress up as a highway dress in all ...

Oak Fest

October 4, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci Web Manager This year the City of Coppell is hosting another Oak Fest at Andy Brown East on Saturday, October 17.(next to the Aquatic and Recreation Center). Autumn festivities are set to begin at 5 'o clock and include hot air balloon rides, a laser light show at nightfall, ...

CHS students travel to Spain for break

March 12, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer Coppell High School's tradition of a Spain trip over sping break is continuing this year. Eleven students and Spanish teacher Janine Kay will be traveling to the country of Spain for a week-long adventure. The group has been planning for over a year to visit the Spanish-speaking countr...

A new appreciation for Fun

February 11, 2010

By Natalie Hill, center spread editor If you know anything about me, if you've ever ridden in a car with me, you know I have one solitary obsession. For the past 7 years or so, give or take a few, I've memorized every word, every harmony, every drumbeat to The Format. Arizona natives Nate Ruess and Sam Mea...

Shows for you, songs for me

February 8, 2010

By Mary Whitfill Staff Writter We live in a place full of noise. Everywhere we go there is noise. Music, sound effects, voices, clicking, typing, ringing, banging, and booming. There is a whole world of sounds just waiting to be discovered. Lucky for us, we live 40 minutes away from one of the...

“Wreaths and trees, ribbons and bows” Coppell holiday parade around the corner

November 20, 2009

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer The much anticipated Spirit of Coppell Holiday Parade of Lights on Saturday, December 5 will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Samuel and follow down Parkway to Town Center Plaza where Coppellians will meet the lighting of Town Center. This year's parade theme is "wreaths...

CHS enjoys hacky sacking

November 13, 2009

Yogesh Patel Graphics Designer How many times have you walked by a group of kids in a circle throwing a small bag around using only their feet? At Coppell High School, the game of hacky sack has earned a prestigious place as a fun and entertaining activity that everybody can partake in. The...

Jack’s Mannequin concert tickets go on sale

November 6, 2009

By Gaby Moran Staff Writer The alternative band, Jack's Mannequin, is coming back to Dallas seven months after they opened for The Fray in July but this time the band will be the main entertainment of the night. The opening band for them is Fun and Vedera. Fun is an inde pop band from New Yor...

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October 23, 2009

By: Maddie Walters Staff Writer Every month I receive a fresh copy of the newest edition of Vogue magazine. Upon snatching it from my mailbox, I immediately run inside, jump onto my bed, turn on my bedside light and settle in for a fashion experience. I'll be honest, I don't read it for the...