Coppell Student Media

  • Cowgirl volleyball playing McKinney Boyd in CHS arena on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
  • Picture day taking place on 9/21 and 9/22 in the CHS cafeteria during students' english class period

‘Tough as Texas’, Cruz keeps Texas red

For the past several months, Texas senator nominees Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke had competed for the votes of Texan citizens for the 2018 midterm election. It was announced on Nov. 7 that Cruz had won the election and would reassume office as U.S. Senator for Texas.

Nolan Sanders, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018

I, along with my family and closest friends, was relieved to hear that Senator Ted Cruz was re-elected for a second term.   For the past six years, Cruz has served as a U.S. senator for Texas and has done so with honor and dignity. Throughout his life, he has believed in and fought for a decentralized...

Record national early voting turnout make up 2018 midterm election

This morning, a group of voters support Julie Johnson for Texas State Representative for the 2018 general election outside of Coppell Town Center. Representatives give out cards and information about candidates that will be elected for local, state, and congressional level.

Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor

November 6, 2018

The doors of Coppell City Hall usher in and out eager voters ready to cast their ballots as local representatives and supporters patiently gather under their canopies under the cloudy skies for this year’s midterm election.   The polls saw a slow but steady flow of voters throughout the da...

Midterm elections bring in new, old voters; Republicans make congressional sweep

November 5, 2014

By Kara Hallam Enterprise Editor @KaraHallam It may have been raining on Tuesday, but the weather did not cloud election spirit. Coppell students, teachers and residents alike participated and eagerly awaited the results to the close races on Election Day. Voting occurred between 7 a.m. to...

Congress’ new school lunch policy changes health standards

November 18, 2011

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor The Congress of the United States is currently pushing a bill that will keep pizza and french fries in school lunch lines and fight the attempts of the Obama administration to take unhealthy foods out of schools. The final version of a spending bill released Monday...

Censorship bill faces opposition from internet companies, users

November 17, 2011

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor Popular social networking sites in the last 24 hours have been flooded with users angry over the recent SOPA act; a bill that many are claiming would lead to Internet censorship. The bill stands to put artists in a tight spot: on one hand, it protects their originally...

Health summit a war of attrition

February 25, 2010

There was no progress at the bipartisan health care summit today, although no one was really expecting any. I predicted a political slug-fest in this post two weeks ago, and it would seem I was correct. Both Republicans and Democrats have used the televised summit to beat each other over the heads w...