Coppell Student Media

Dismantling mistruths

Dismantling mistruths

Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor

April 2, 2019

Disheartenment and anger faced the nation when admissions into numerous top-tier universities across the nation involved crimes such as bribery and fraud. In all its unethicality, the FBI’s “Operation Varsity Blues” investigation only confirmed what Coppell ISD knew already: there is no one track road to success. Through the tampering of test scores, millio...

What gets in my Hair: Reckless online behavior

What gets in my Hair: Reckless online behavior

February 6, 2013

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor What gets in my hair? Irresponsible and reckless behavior when communicating online. The internet is truly a wonderful place. You can instantly access a wealth of information that is vaster than all of the written information in the history of mankind combined. ...

Teen stars shine negative light on fame

January 6, 2011

by Shelby Jurca Staff Writer I have always been the girl who wanted to be a star, to be the center of attention, to be famous. Ever since I was little I would find ways to “impress” my family with different talents I discovered. This desire for attention and fame continued through middle school and into high school – it never really stopped until recently...

New Tiger commercial sends powerful message

April 9, 2010

We've all heard about the massive scandal concerning Tiger Woods and his harem of mistresses. Concuring with his return to golf at the U.S. Masters tournament this week Nike began airing this commercial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FjYMwPirrI Now regardless of your thoughts on the scandal...

Freakouts on the Bachelor

January 7, 2010

By Paige Wilson Staff Writer This Monday, the Bachelor premiered on ABC. This year, the bachelor is Jake from Dallas. You should remember him from last season of the Bachelorette when Julianna sent him packing, which enraged viewers all across America. After eight years, America would think...