Coppell Student Media

From rightful winners to best performances, students offer opinions on 2018 Grammy Awards

From rightful winners to best performances, students offer opinions on 2018 Grammy Awards

Anthony Cesario, Staff Writer

February 2, 2018

Whether or not the 60th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday owes its lowest viewing audience in nine years to the extensive three-and-a-half hour length, or simply to a performance lineup that didn’t quite evoke as much excitement as in previous years, this year’s broadcast delivered its fair share of ...

2017 awards season spotlights underdog films, overlooked genres amidst controversial atmosphere

2017 awards season spotlights underdog films, overlooked genres amidst controversial atmosphere

Andrés Bear, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018

With awards season sprouting legs and wings, one should be gearing up for whatever spectacle is to come, whether it be riddled with controversy or a lack of cultural osmosis throughout the nation. That same nation will be tuned in, ready to see gold and artistic success.   Film   What rhymes with sleeper hits and complex mind-bend...

CISD percussionists play alongside Grammy nominee at Purely Rhythmic concert

CISD percussionists play alongside Grammy nominee at Purely Rhythmic concert

Lili Lomas, Student Life Editor

March 27, 2017

On Saturday night, all Coppell ISD percussionists performed alongside Grammy nominated drumset artist Michael D’Angelo at the annual Purely Rhythmic concert at Coppell High School.   D’Angelo performed in several songs with both middle school and high school students throughout the night,...

Music’s biggest night honors legends, shows off new talent

Music’s biggest night honors legends, shows off new talent

Gracie Blackwell, Staff Writer

February 20, 2016

Tributes, pop stars, collaborations and a Broadway musical filled the Grammy stage on Monday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The 58th annual Grammy Awards, music industry’s biggest night with performances making up more than half of the Grammy Awards show, makes them just as important as the a...

Fisher takes Grammys red carpet by storm with fierce makeover

Fisher takes Grammys red carpet by storm with fierce makeover

February 6, 2014

By Christina Burke Managing Editor Passer bys did a double take as Miley Cyrus walked around Los Angeles prior to last month’s Grammys but at second glance, they might have unknowingly seen Coppell High School senior Jill Fisher. Through some interesting connections, Fisher and The Sidekick...

Fisher gets complete Miley makeover

January 24, 2014

By Christina Burke Managing Editor Tune into E!’s Grammy countdown show this Sunday at 4 p.m., and you might just see international pop star Miley Cyrus. However, if you look close enough, it might just be Coppell High School senior Jill Fisher. Fisher flew out to Los Angeles this afternoon fo...

Swift wins big at Grammys except on stage

February 1, 2010

Staff Writer Paige Wilson Last night at the Grammys, teen super star Taylor Swift won big, taking home awards for best country female artist and the biggest one of all, album of the year. She beat Beyonce big time. Even though she struck gold with awards, her stage performance was an epic failure....

Sidekick predicts winners for 52nd Grammys

January 29, 2010

By Chris Nguyen Features Editor Let's not get anything confused. The Grammys are by and large the worst awards show of the four, otherwise known as the EGOT (Emmys, Grammys, Oscars, Tonys) by "30 Rock" fans. They are long, drawn-out and unlike the Oscars or even Emmys, do not try to even ...