Coppell Student Media

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House of Sharing visits Coppell, spreads awareness of comfort women

War survivor Lee Ok-Seon holds hands and talks personally with CHS junior Duyoung Cho.

Amy Roh, Student Life Editor

April 22, 2016

The pain of the past can be changed by the strength of the present.   On Thursday in the Lecture Hall, Coppell High School students had the unique opportunity to meet Korean war survivor Lee Ok-Seon.   Lee, along with members with the House of Sharing, spoke to students of the t...

America must abolish Death Penalty, Hair says

Graphic by Brian Hwu.

April 10, 2012

By Thomas Hair Online Copy Editor The United States of America has always stood for something. Right now, however, the United States of America sends a depraved message to the world as a sponsor of murder and revenge - as a sponsor of the death penalty. The death penalty, also known as capit...

Japanese celebration begins New Year

January 13, 2012

By Kelly Stewart Opinions Editor This Saturday, the Japan-America Society of Dallas will host a Japanese New Year celebration called “Mochitsuki”. Mochitsuki is the pounding of Japanese sweet rice (Mochi) in preparation for the New Year. The event will also include calligraphy (Kakizome),...

Second earthquake hits Japan

January 5, 2012

By Kelly Stewart Opinions Editor Japan has not seen the last of the earthquakes; a second quake has struck just south of the island just hours after the New Year was proclaimed according to CNN. Thankfully, no tsunami warnings have been issued for this 6.8 magnitude earthquake that hit about 302 miles f...

Pearl Harbor, 70 years later

December 7, 2011

By Seth Slover Staff Writer Americans throughout the country are commemorating the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor today.  Many years later, Japan's attack at Pearl Harbor still draws a great deal of respect and attention on its anniversary. Media coverage will take place throughout the day,...

Photo Gallery: A thousand cranes

Photo Gallery: A thousand cranes

April 4, 2011

Photos by Brian Hwu

Japan relief efforts: how you can help

March 21, 2011

Ashleigh Heaton Editor-in-Chief Over the break, Japan was devastated by a 8.9 earthquake and tsunami in the Sendai area. Since the event, Japan has felt the effects all over its country, as far as Tokyo: lost power, destroyed homes and the fragile state of a nuclear power plant are only a few of...

Domino’s pays lucky employee $31,000

November 3, 2010

 Kara Adkins  For every broke teenager looking for a part time job, Domino’s is now hiring. And unlike most teenage jobs that pay minimum wage Domino's is offering to pay $31,000/ hour.  No, that wasn’t a spelling error. One Domino’s in Japan is paying a lucky employee $31,000 an hour to commemorate their 25th anniversary in the country.  Just like any part time job you can fill out an application and go through an interview process in order to get...