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Travel, family, full stomachs

Travel, family, full stomachs

Anika Arutla , Staff Writer December 5, 2018

With the diverse community at Coppell High School, the holiday season means different things to different people. From recipes to simple traditions to attending events, the variation at CHS is incredible....

The Sidekick staff writer Anika Arutla talks about spending Christmas Day driving from Los Angeles to Las Vegas through the barren land and spending that night walking the Vegas Strip. She recalls seeing the holiday decorations at the hotels and watching the fountains in front of the Bellagio hotel.

From sunny Florida to frigid Virginia to dry west coast

Anika Arutla , Staff Writer November 29, 2018

Living on the southern tip of the northeast for most of my life, I grew up in what is the ideal holiday atmosphere. Christmas Day, it would be below freezing, with a few exceptions, with a light layer...

Eight holidays in March you may have never heard of

Eight holidays in March you may have never heard of

Sruthi Boppuri, Staff Writer March 4, 2016

Need an excuse to celebrate? Here are eight different holidays in March you may have never heard of:   Panic Day - March 9 Ever panic at the worst possible times? Well, on this day, it is...

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...

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Starting off the New Year different; opening up to a new way of celebrating

January 8, 2016

By Gabby Sahm Staff Writer @gabbysahm   The time ticked by, almost seeming to slow down as we got to the final countdown. The room was filled with numerous families, most of which I...

Light up the holidays with the best places to look at Christmas lights

Light up the holidays with the best places to look at Christmas lights

Gracie Blackwell, Staff Writer December 17, 2015

The holiday season is filled with hot chocolate, chilly weather, snuggly sweaters and last but not least, bright holiday lights. As Christmas quickly approaches, there is much anticipation at night...

Five festive activities to cure boredom, celebrate the holidays over Winter Break

Five festive activities to cure boredom, celebrate the holidays over Winter Break

December 17, 2015

By Sloane Samberson Managing Editor @SloaneSamberson   Winter Break; two weeks of freedom, relaxation and celebration - and for most, it could not have come any sooner.   Though...

Swap memories and love with this Angel Kiss Cookie recipe

Swap memories and love with this Angel Kiss Cookie recipe

Jamie Kimbrell, Staff Writer December 15, 2015

By Jamie Kimbrell Staff Writer @jaynicole2015   The holiday season is full of love, family, and in my house, cookies. Every year around Christmas, my family participates in a cookie swap with...

Merry Christmas: political correctness makes mark at Starbucks

Merry Christmas: political correctness makes mark at Starbucks

Grant Spicer, Staff Writer December 11, 2015

In light of Starbucks’ new design plan for their holiday cups, many individuals are upset, if not outraged about the global company taking off their references to the holiday in favor of a more clean...

“Roll” into the holidays with Pumpkin Rolls

“Roll” into the holidays with Pumpkin Rolls

Gracie Blackwell, Staff Writer November 30, 2015

Every holiday season my aunt makes delicious Pumpkin Rolls and the recipe has become a favorite family tradition. Although Pumpkin Rolls are a traditional dessert, my aunt has her own twist on them that...

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