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North Texas Teen Book Festival brings the fangirl out of book lovers

North Texas Teen Book Festival brings the fangirl out of book lovers

Gracie Blackwell, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

IRVING - Hoards of teens from all over the Metroplex with various fandom shirts excitedly waited in line to at the Irving Convention Center for the second annual North Texas Teen Book Festival on Saturday.   Although it was a ‘teen’ festival, there were as many adults there as excited ...

Teen Volunteer Fair encourages students to give back to the community

Teen Volunteer Fair encourages students to give back to the community

May 8, 2015

By Gabby Sahm Staff Writer @gabbysahm With the school year coming to a close, many students are looking for jobs or volunteer opportunities to fill up their resumes and summers. In order to help students out, the William T. Cozby public library is hosting a Teen Volunteer fair on May 19. The...

Teens receive opportunity to go Between the Lines at William T. Cozby Public Library

The Between the Lines reading program was started three years ago in an effort to increase reading among teens as well as to help foster a love of reading in teens through books such as

February 12, 2014

By Tuulia Koponen Staff Writer Started three years ago to bring teens in the Coppell community together, the Between the Lines reading program at the William T. Cozby Public Library has announced its spring read for the program to be “Divergent” by Veronica Roth. A major factor discussed...

Cell phones serve as plague to social interaction

Juniors Caitlin Nutt, Ali Conte and Taylor Abramson take B lunch on Thursday to 
catch up on social media while junior Kaylee Geiser attempts to catch up with her friends. Photo by Nicole Messer.

October 10, 2013

By Kristen Shepard Editor-in-Chief It is a Saturday night in the middle of summer. A group of nine of my friends and I sit around a table at Parma’s Italian Restaurant to celebrate a friend’s birthday that we have been planning to celebrate together for weeks. Everything about the night leads ...

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...

Teen pregnancy proves to be growing concern

April 21, 2010

Frances Ruiz Staff Writer It all started three years ago with the release of an independent film named Juno. You may have heard of it. With its humor and biting wit, this seemingly harmful movie sugar-coated and glamorized the life of a pregnant teen as well as the struggles, triumphs...

On the battlefield: Internet vs. novels

October 15, 2009

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer What is your status? You know what I’m talking about. Not your class rank, mood or physical location, but something much more exciting: your favorite quote on Facebook or your minute-to-minute action on Twitter. It is logical that as society changes our vocabula...

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 &...