Coppell Student Media

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Learning, understanding course selections through Spring Preview Night

The National Technical Honor Society had representatives advertising their program during Coppell High School’s Spring Showcase on Monday. During the event, clubs, programs and courses could be displayed in the CHS main hallway and commons for current and incoming students.

Anika Arutla, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

The commons and gyms of Coppell High School on Monday night included bustling conversation among teachers, parents and students as they discussed schedules for the 2019-20 school year.   CHS hosted a Spring Preview Night from 6-8 p.m. to allow to incoming sophomores, juniors and seniors to ...

Stir conversation with date over quick, delicious recipes

Stir conversation with date over quick, delicious recipes

Anika Arutla, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

When it comes to impressing your significant other, there is no easier way to the heart than through the stomach. These simple, yet exquisitely delicious, recipes will make for a perfect date night.   Garlic Bread:   This common appetizer takes only a few minutes to prepare and serves as...

Annual College Night returns to CHS

September 12, 2012

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor It is that time of year again. Seniors are pulling their hair out trying to sort out countless scholarship applications, college applications and essays before quickly approaching deadlines. Juniors, sophomores and freshmen are beginning to face the reality that...

Coppell vs. Mesquite Horn preview

August 26, 2011

by Chase Porter Staff Writer Tonight, August 26 at 7:30, the Coppell Cowboys will be playing Mesquite Horn away as both of the teams season openers. Both Coppell and Mesquite have lost starters from last years senior class including Joe Minden, quarter back,  and Cam McDaniel, running back, of...

Harry Potter: it’s finally here

November 18, 2010

Chase Porter Staff Writer Years and years ago I became a Harry Potter fan and for that, I thank you my brother. I was never a big reader. I was always a t.v. kind of guy because I just wanted to be entertained I didnt want to have to build my own mental image of what was happening when I could...

Cowboys real rivals are Dragons

November 1, 2010

Chase Porter Staff Writer Rivalries; they run throughout the sports world from little league to the pros.  Here in Coppell we have our own football rivals, but one sticks out in particular: the Southlake Carroll Dragons. For years we, the Coppell Cowboys, have battled the Southlake Carroll Dragons...

Southlake anticipation

October 14, 2010

By Chase Porter Staff Writer Three years ago I was a freshman here at CHS and the football game I most vividly remeber is the victory we had over Southlake. I assume that all of us know about our bitter rivalry with the Dragons, but if you do not I suggest you get with the picture. They are one of o...

Game Days

September 30, 2010

Chase Porter Staff Writer Friday nights are what Texas high school football is all about and the players practice everyday for there chance to go in but what preparation do the fans have to go through before the big game? True fans of the team either have a tail gate or go eat with friends and f...

“MacGruber” won’t disappoint

May 21, 2010

By Wren Culp Staff Writer Believe me, I was as skeptical as you were when I heard about NBC's decision that the first movie in a decade to be based on a Saturday Night Live character would be MacGruber, about a guy who's a parody of MacGyver and whose main appeal is in blowing up at the end of every 90-second sketch. Nothing ...