Coppell Student Media

Public library holding a “Gaming Day”

April 25, 2011

In honor of free comic book day on Saturday, May 7, William T. Cozby Public Library will be playing host to a Gaming Day. During the event, Boomerang Comics from Lewisville will be providing comics for those attending. Along with free comics, the library will have board games, a Wii set up and will a...

Coppell public library revamps catalog

March 22, 2011

Erin Blatney Staff Writer The William T. Cozby library has redone their library catalog to include more features that make it easier for library members to search for books and also check the catalog from your own smart phone. Other features include the ability to create a personalized password and u...

CHS library aquires new manga titles

February 24, 2011

Kelly Stewart Staff Writer The Coppell High School library has some new additions to its graphic novel section with brand new titles to add to the ever-expanding shelf of graphic novels and manga. Aided by the CHS Anime Appreciation club, the library has come to own a sound collection of manga...

Expert comes to Coppell library to discuss all things Harry Potter

November 11, 2010

Ashleigh Heaton Editor in Chief Think you know everything about Harry Potter? Steve Vander Ark asks you to think again. This Sunday, November 14 at 2 p.m., Harry Potter expert Steve Vander Ark will be at the Coppell William T. Cozby Public Library to discuss all things magical during an inform...

Free comic book day

May 7, 2010

by Caitlin Conner Tomorrow is “Gaming Day” at the William T. Cozby library from 12:30 - 4:30PM. Boomerang Comics in Lewisville will be there to hand out free comic books. There will also be board games, Wii play and the original “Star Wars” movies playing. Parents and children are encouraged...

Library to host tea party

February 17, 2010

By Ellen Cameron Staff Writer On Saturday, February 20th, the William T. Cozby Public Library of Coppell will be hosting a tea party at 2:00 p.m. Tea will be provided, but proper attire is encouraged and making reservations by calling the library at (972) 304 - 3658. Also, Fort Worth Star-Telegram...

Percy Jackson Party to be held at public library

January 27, 2010

by Ellen Cameron Staff Writer  On February 5th, the Coppell Public Library (William T. Cozby) is hosting an after-hours party to celebrate the Percy Jackson book series and upcoming movie. The party will be from 7-9 pm. Admission is free, pajamas are encouraged, but the library staff needs your p...

CHS library the perfect spot for exam studying

January 15, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer Wednesday, January 13th marked the first day of semester exams of the 2009-10 school year. To make school life easier for students, the CHS library has decided to keep its doors open later during exam nights, as late as 8 o' clock. In addition to the plethora of...

English teachers challenge seniors to be ‘reader leaders’

January 15, 2010

Blog by Daphne Chen Last week, English teacher Nannette McMurtry presented her AP English Literature classes with a new second semester project: the Independent Reading Project, whose objective she summarized as "Read Books, Talk about Books, Share Books with Others." Feeling that her students...

The Public Library shows ’80s films

December 1, 2009

Story by Melissa Brisco Staff Writer Graphic by Yogesh Patel This fall, the library is not only the place to go for books and studying, but also a place to view movies. Alternating Saturdays, from October to December, the William T. Cozby Public Library is showing classic ‘80s movies. “We...

Coppell reads for the record

October 28, 2009

By Ellen Cameron Staff Writer Video by Peyton Wood One apple on Monday, two pears on Tuesday and three plums on Wednesday may not seem like a lot, but they mark the beginning of a book that is helping change the nation. A Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric Carle, is a classic children's book cho...

Hobbits unite at library party

September 25, 2009

By Ellen Cameron Staff Writer “Was that a … hobbit?” The question was not so outlandish on Thursday, Sept. 23 at William T. Cozby Library at 7:15 p.m., when my shocked friend turned to me after a boy looking suspiciously hobbit-like passed us. And yes, it was a hobbit. The library hosted a Hobb...