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Simple Mexican recipe putting a twist on holiday leftovers

Simple Mexican recipe putting a twist on holiday leftovers

December 1, 2015

By Lili Lomas Staff Writer   Every year after a delicious holiday feast, many people have lots of leftover turkey or ham that they do not know what to do with. This simple recipe for Tortas (a Mexican version of a sandwich) has been the solution for generations in Mexican families, as it...

Operation 600: Coppell High School sets the bar high for Turkey Drive

November 14, 2012

By Michelle Pitcher Editor-in-Chief This Friday, CHS will host its annual Turkey Drive in the parent loop and student parking lot until 8:30 a.m. The student council is hosting the event, and they have planned several incentives to encourage students to reach the final goal of 600 turkeys. If...

Students aspire to donate 600 turkeys come Thanksgiving

Graphic By Sophie Nauyokas

November 7, 2012

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer Each year, as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, a spirit of thankfulness and charity spreads across Coppell. Around this time, the Public Service Academy at Coppell High School leads the school in a turkey drive. With temperatures usually in the mid 40s ...

Turkey: The Strongman of Europe

October 22, 2010

By: Chris Cummins Staff Writer While all the uproar about the rise of Asia has focused on the surging dual giants of India and China, Turkey, the onetime “sick man of Europe”, has seen remarkable strides in the economic realm as well, and has emerged as a bright spot in a Middle East sorely needing...

Don’t mix the holidays

November 20, 2009

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer It really is the most wonderful time of the year.  From picking out new coats and winter wear to getting three weeks off of school, the season of Thanksgiving and Christmas brings with it a special warmth and happiness. Though I absolutely love summertime with its...

Americans give thanks, turkeys do not

November 18, 2009

Thursday, November 25th is Thanksgiving. It is one of the most commercialized holidays in the world, second only to perhaps Christmas. It is a day of eating turkey, watching football, and surprising religious overtones. Thanksgiving was begun as a religious feast, and although the prayers have gotten...

Consul of Turkey offers economic experience to students

October 27, 2009

By Divya Kumar News Editor Video by Haley Powers It is rare for students to be able to see the ways the things they are doing in school, whether it be through their afterschool clubs or in their classes, apply to situations in the real world. On Friday, Oct. 16, the members of the Junior World...