Coppell Student Media

Jain creates computer labs in India, attracts many people

Jain creates computer labs in India, attracts many people

Pranathi Chitta, Staff Writer

February 1, 2016

During the summer time, many students just want to relax. However, Coppell High School sophomore Pranjal Jain has come a long way by spending his summers giving back to his community in India.   When Jain visited his grandmother’s house in the summer of 2011, he got an idea that would significan...

Rao, Akshaya Patra connects students across the globe

September 23, 2015

Nicolas Henderson Staff Writer @happenstance98   Coppell High School students are known for being a generous group, with multiple fundraisers, charities and cultural events occurring throughout the year. While these CHS students are making a tremendous impact locally, one student took her cha...

Heritage Night promotes cultural unity

February 27, 2012

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer On the evening of Feb. 17, the Coppell High School cafeteria was consumed with students dressed in colorful attire representing their native country and food samples from different parts of the world. With times changing, countries, cities and schools have all become more culturally diverse. In order to promote the vario...

Cricket match of the century

March 30, 2011

Henna Khan Business Manager A bowl of chips, your favorite beverage, big screen TV and two of the world's biggest cricket rivals. Let's not forget- it's 4 a.m. Countries Pakistan and India will be battling it out in the semifinal of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011. This match will indeed be a treat...

Students, faculty turn winter breaks into exotic adventures

January 12, 2011

Story by Ashleigh Heaton, Editor-in-Chief Video by Hayley Struck, KCBY Broadcast For most, the words “winter break” usually mean snowfall, hot chocolate and warm fireplaces; however, for a few Coppell High School students and faculty, winter break meant kangaroos, the Taj Mahal and palm trees...

Book review: Eat Pray Love

January 29, 2010

by Melissa Brisco Staff Writer I am generally not a big fan of autobiographies. Normally, I find them boring and I quickly lose interest. However, Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat Pray Love is one of the best books I have recently read. Eat Pray Love tells the story of Gilbert’s life after divorce and another  heartache and her miraculous journey through three countries on he...