Coppell Student Media

Library enforces new system for overdue books

April 16, 2013

By Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer If you look under your bed or maybe in your locker, you may see a few books that do not belong to you. Look at them a little closer and you will see that these books more than likely belong to the Coppell High School library. This year, the library has noticed...

Cozby Library receives award, launches new strategy plan

April 9, 2013

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor The William T. Cozby Library, Coppell's largest and longest-standing public library, received the Texas Municipal Library Association’s Achievement in Excellence Library Award on march 26. This is the eighth year in a row that the Cozby Library has been honored wit...

William T. Cozby Library to continue standard of excellence

April 3, 2013

By Michelle Pitcher Editor-in-Chief The William T. Cozby Public Library has been awarded the Texas Municipal Library Association’s Achievement in Excellence Library Award for the eighth year in a row. Since then, the Coppell city council has approved the library's strategic plan that will be...

Quality of literature and entertainment in downward trend

Quality of literature and entertainment in downward trend

March 9, 2013

By Tina Huang Staff Writer   I am a reader. I always have been. I was one of “those kids” who would regularly stay up way past my bedtime reading books in bed. When assigned books for school, I know a minimal amount of people who actually read the book the whole way through. I even know...

Coppell public library announces photo contest winners

March 4, 2013

By Corrina Taylor Staff Writer The William T. Cozby Library introduced a teen program last year called Between the Lines, a yearly event for teenagers to read the same book as other teens and conduct various activities relating to the book.  This year the book chosen was Miss Peregrine’s Home ...

Public library hosts Tea Time

January 10, 2013

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer For adults looking for an enjoyable way to stay warm in the cold winter months, the Coppell Public Library has a perfect event. On Jan. 26, tea will be served at the library in addition to a guest speaker and an opportunity to check out a new book. Tea Time will...

Public library hosts holiday events

Public library hosts holiday events

December 7, 2012

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Though the weather may not reflect the current holiday season, Coppell has already had numerous events occur since the start of December. The William T. Cozby Public Library will be participating in the holiday festivities and  hosting numerous events this month. ...

Librarians check out the Halloween spirit

Librarians check out the Halloween spirit

October 15, 2012

By Corrina Taylor Staff Writer The first glimpse of the library reveals multicolored window decals on the glass doors stating “Boo to you” and busts in the window with a festive wizard hat and a trick or treat basket on their heads. Once inside the library divulges glistening green and purple p...

Public library to host anime art contest; submissions due Friday

May 2, 2012

By Thomas Hair Online Copy Editor The William T. Cozby Public Library near Coppell's Town Center will be hosting its second annual CozbyCon Art Convention on May 12 from 12 to four p.m. This convention's name is a spinoff  of ComicCon, the infamous annual comic book convention in Dallas. The bulk ...

Sparknotes reading hardbacks out of existence

Sparknotes reading hardbacks out of existence

November 14, 2011

By John Loop Staff Writer On the morning of a big reading comprehension test, students in high schools across the nation turn to the online book summarization source Sparknotes for late minute cramming. In this age of ever-changing technology, typical high school English students are moving away from the traditional pattern of in-class novels...

Texas author makes appearance

September 15, 2011

By Dyer Whitt Staff Writer   Wednesday, September 14th, author and Texas native, Rosemary Clement-Moore, visited with the students of CHS in the library about her career in young adult literature and recent TAYSHAS nominee. TAYSHAS is a reading list similar to the Bluebonnet program in elementary school, that picks some of the best books in...