Coppell Student Media

Academy website up and running

Academy website up and running

October 26, 2011

By Annie Wen Staff Writer With a deadline approaching, sophomore Sydney Williams knows she must get her interviews done and her story posted online. Williams is not a member of The Sidekick or KCBY but a student in EMAC’s Advanced Reporting elective course. The Advanced Reporting class provides...

Ganss returns to Coppell cheer

Ganss returns to Coppell cheer

September 19, 2011

By Christina Burke Staff Writer With every sharp move and loud yell, cheerleaders work hard to motivate and represent our school. Beyond every cheer squad is one great cheer coach who loves the sport. Specifically for Tiffany Ganss, there is also love of the high school environment. Ganss...

New Years Resolutions

January 6, 2011

By Chase Porter Video by Sophie Dasbach First off, happy New Year to all the readers out there; any New Years resolutions already falling through the cracks? Here are some tricks and tips to keep you on track for the resolutions of the New Year. The most popular resolutions for recent years has...

Review: Interpol

October 1, 2010

By Michael Pankonien Staff Writer The indie rock band Interpol released their new album on September 7th, 2010; self titled Interpol, the album is the band’s fourth release since their first album, Turn On The Bright Lights was released in 2002. However this latest success is bitter sweet for the band as the Carlos ...

Coppell welcomes four new APs

October 1, 2010

Laura Kattilakoski, Rowan Khazendar, and Corbin Rubinson Staff writers Coppell High School has a long tradition of excellence and this year is no exception. As the year begins, four new assistant principals have joined the Cowboy community and are excited to make their mark on CHS.         ...

Midseason changes for TV

January 17, 2010

by Melissa Brisco Staff Writer At the start of each new year, television networks asses the successes and failures of their shows and choose to replace them or start a new show. In addition, there are shows that come back at the start of the new year after a year or half year off. Regardless of why,...

The Best TV Special I have ever seen

November 13, 2009

By Wren Culp Staff Writer It was probably one of the greatest TV events I have ever seen. It was perfect in every shape form and fashion. The CSI trilogy concluded last night with a bang CSI is one of the only shows that came in and automatically jumped in the ratings. And this past week the shows did something they have never done before. ...

Why 27th Championship is not good for the Yankees

November 6, 2009

I hate the New York Yankees. I hate them with a burning passion in my heart and soul. Obviously the Yankees won their 27th World Series title on Wednesday night. But could the Yankees moment of fame be their overall defeat? I’m not much of a baseball guy. I cringe when I have to watch highlights...

Q&A with former New Orleans quarterback Archie Manning

November 2, 2009

By Wren Culp Staff Writer (To read the full article, click here) On Monday October 26, 2009 I got to sit down and talk to former NFL quarterback Archie Manning over the phone. I asked him a series of questions that did not belong in the story. Q: What is your opinion on the Dallas Cowboys? A: “When I was in ...

New laws restrict cell phone usage for teens on the road

September 11, 2009

By Gaby Moran Staff Writer Three things considered essential by teenagers are a car, a late curfew and a cell phone with unlimited text messaging. Many think they can rule the world with just these, but when the three are combined, the situation can get deadly.   According to Edgar Snyder &...