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On the Spot: CHS shows its love through carnation fundraiser

Coppell High School senior Student Council officer Ashley Benyahoun sells carnation grams to senior Sol Hong on Thursday during lunch in the commons. The CHS Student Council is holding a Valentine’s Day Carnations fundraiser where students buy and request carnations to be sent to their friends or teachers. Carnations costs $1 each and are sold during all lunches in the cafeteria through Friday.

Christine Zacuai, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018

The Student Council has began hosting the Valentine’s Day Carnations fundraiser for students to buy carnations for their friends and teachers on the special day.   The price is $1 for each carnation and is sold during all lunches in the cafeteria the week before Valentine’s Day. The ca...

Valentine’s Day; the truth behind the holiday

Valentine’s Day; the truth behind the holiday

Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

Often cited as a “Hallmark Holiday”, Valentine's Day originated from skeptical beginnings, but can be traced back to Ancient times. Mallorie Munoz In the third century, Roman Emperor Claudius II outlawed marriage in Rome because he thought single young men were more fit to fight in the army. This law ou...

Passion for journalism elevates mile higher in Denver

5280 Publishing founder, president and editor-in-chief Daniel Brogan shares the 'why' behind starting the Denver city magazine 5280 which started from his second bedroom in his apartment in 1993. Brogan took big, risky steps to get the magazine rolling such as sending out 10 credit card applications on the same day so the credit card companies would not cross-check to see which other cards he had applied for because he

April 17, 2015

By Tuulia Koponen Business/Public Relations Manager @tuulipia   DENVER - “I wasn't a smarter guy.” Just a few sentences into his speech for the session entitled “Good journalism can be good business”, 5280 Publishing founder, president and editor-in chief Daniel Brogan had...

Pain, recovery after family losses reveal beautiful gift

Me and my grandfather recreating our high five with my grandma looking on from the back during our Christmas feast on Christmas Even in 2010 at my grandparents' home in Oulu, Finland.

September 16, 2013

By Tuulia Koponen Staff Writer April 2, 2009. After coming home from school and hearing the news I did not want to believe it to be true. I locked myself into my bathroom and cried and cried. I saw it coming. I had eavesdropped on Skype calls between my parents and my grandparents from my dad’s si...

Love of journalism brings together special couple

Love of journalism brings together special couple

April 29, 2013

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer SAN FRANCISCO - Rob and Kristi Rathbun are the dynamic duo of journalism. When students and advisors attend their session “Take it from the top: headlines and ledes” or “Borrowing from the best to be the best” at the Journalism Education Association/National Scholastic Press Associati...

Love is in the air at the CHS library

February 12, 2013

By Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer With Valentine's Day approaching this Thursday, people begin to purchase special gifts for their loved ones. Anything from cards to chocolates to stuffed animals are taken down from the shelves and purchased for their special someone. This year, however, Coppell...

Nature love stories shared by students

January 8, 2013

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization.They are starting a campaign called "Love. Not Loss." with the belief that the best way to rekindle a lost love is not to talk about what ...

Holiday Food Drive continues for city

December 20, 2012

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer With Christmas day quickly approaching, community members are encourage to donate canned goods and nonperishable items to those who are less fortunate. These items will be delivered to various food pantries across the Metroplex. The Coppell Fire Department and t...

SPUR impacts students

November 29, 2012

The school was on a shortened schedule yesterday for SPUR (Supporting Peers and Utilizing Relationships). While most students usually approach it with a groan, this SPUR topic received a different reaction. This SPUR was about appreciating the people in your life before they are gone. In response...

Students feel the love around CHS

February 14, 2012

By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer With students carrying roses and chocolate around the school, a prom poster staring you in the face as you walk in the school and the colors red and pink everywhere, it is difficult to ignore the fact that it is Valentine's Day.  Valentine's Day began with Saint Valentine...

Soap Box: Making room for love

April 13, 2011

Ashleigh Heaton Editor-in-Chief “I brought a book home for you,” my mother said one day. I immediately stopped my homework and perked up – if there is one way to my heart, it is through a good book. Mom smiled and pointed to the kitchen. I practically skipped to the table, wonder and excitement...

Comic: Three Walls #4

February 11, 2011

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