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CLAM to return with artistic student-led publication

Creative writing teacher Matt Bowden teaches his fifth period class. All of Bowden's creative writing students are required to submit a work to the CLAM (Coppell Literary Arts Magazine) as part of their curriculum. The CLAM is currently taking submissions for the 2015 year.

January 29, 2015

By Shruthika Pochampally Staff Writer Every year, the CLAM (Coppell Literary Arts Magazine) produces a professional magazine produced by the students and for the students. With the help of GT/AP English IV and Creative Writing teacher Matt Bowden, writing students are given the opportunity to...

Let There Be Zombies premiere to reunite creative, hardworking community

March 27, 2013

By Erica Rohde Staff Writer   According to filmmakers, the making of a film is a roller coaster.  Each person brings a unique addition to the table, but they all have something in common; they want to see the same dream come to fruition, no matter the difficulty. Within a two-year span,...

Censorship of “Huck Finn” enslaves future students

February 7, 2011

by Divya Kumar News Editor There are instances when literary selections made for school-related reading contain certain words deemed “inappropriate”; while such language would normally be frowned upon in an academic setting, they are acceptable within novels due to their context. Most students...

English teacher dreams up ‘nightmare on Cowboy drive’

October 27, 2009

By Chris Nguyen Features Editor A few teachers from Coppell High School meet up on a Saturday. They are not here to discuss school business. Instead, some don suits, others zombie garb and begin reciting lines, like “zombies don’t think, but they pay taxes.” They are all hanging out, joking, having fun. The horror. ...