Coppell Student Media

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Poets on Shirts red v-necks have finally arrived

March 23, 2010

By Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer All Poets on Shirts T-shirts are now in! After a two-week wait the red American Apparel v-necks (If I shall stop one heart from breaking… I shall not live in vain –Emily Dickenson) have finally arrived. The beige and black T-shirts have been on campus at all l...

Shirts for Haiti

February 5, 2010

As if JWAC wasn't busy enough, there's more club activity coming their way. While most members are preparing and getting ready for tonight's Heritage Day event,  it seems as though club participants can't seem to catch a break- in a good way, that is. Not only are senior members taking...

Click here for good karma

January 29, 2010

 by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer People around the world face suffering each day. Sometimes it takes a natural disaster to put the harsh realities of the lives of some into perspective for us. While the earthquake that devastated Haiti on Jan. 12 dispersed Haitian families, the disaster united...

“Teens for Jeans” fundraiser starts next week

January 29, 2010

By: Renee Rohani Business Manager On Monday, Coppell High School will begin a fundraiser called "Teens for Jeans" that will continue until February 12. The fundraiser is through a charity run by Aeropostale, a teen clothing store that collects old pairs of jeans each year and donates them to...

Red Cross Club to sell baked goods for earthquake victims

January 26, 2010

By Loren Hughes Staff Writer From Jan. 25 to Jan. 29, the CHS Red Cross Club will be selling baked goods after school in order to raise money for Haiti, to go towards the aid of their earthquake victims. The Red Cross Club will be taking the money earned to the Dallas chapter of the Red Cross,...

GlobalPulse: Weekly Update

January 26, 2010

By Angela Almeida Opinions Editor United States: President Barack Obama will make his State of the Union address tonight. He plans to tackle health care worries and appease Americans concerns about the recession. According to a number of POLITICO analysts, however, this speech could actually hurt...

Health Kits for Haiti

January 24, 2010

by Divya Kumar News Editor With the recent devastating series of earthquakes in Haiti, it seems that almost every organization is coming together to do all they can to help the situation. CHS has now become a part of this, asking for the creation of 'Health Kits for Haiti'. These Health Kits are...

Clooney to host Haiti telethon

January 22, 2010

Staff Writer Paige Wilson The earthquake in Haiti shocked the world causing people from all over to join the relief. Actor George Clooney is hosting a telethon to help with the relief effort. "Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief" will air tonight, Friday January 22nd on...

How to help Haiti; organizations provide relief to damaged country

January 22, 2010

By Mary Whitfill Staff Writer On Jan. 12 at 4:53 pm an earthquake devastated Haiti, hitting with a magnitude of 7.0 at the epicenter, the USGS called it the strongest earthquake in the area since 1770. The earthquake hit 10 miles west of Porte-au-Prince and its 2 million inhabitants, leaving 3 mi...

“Hope for Haiti Now” telethon tonight

January 22, 2010

By: Renee Rohani Business Manager Be sure to catch MTV's  telethon for Haiti earthquake relief tonight, Friday, January 22nd at 8 p.m. ET ( 7 p.m. CT), called "Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief". The two-hour, commercial-free event will be hosted by George Clooney...

GlobalPulse: Top 3 Weekly Update

January 21, 2010

By Angela Almeida Opinions Editor      Few words can describe the terror that has accompanied our world within the past weeks. While most of us remain inside the confines of Coppell, helpess civilians scavage for the last semblance of their past lives. Although we cannot be present (and most...

UN promotes Haiti relief, United States sends troops

January 16, 2010

By Mary Whitfill Staff Writer Haiti was changed forever as a devastating earthquake hit Tuesday, killing tens of thousands of people with a death toll still climbing.  A team of Brazilian rescures have already discovered 50,000 bodies and Haitian Interior Minister predicts up to 200,000 could have been killed.  While the d...