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CISD College Night allows students to gain experience, information from ideal colleges (with video)

Derrick McKee from Texas Southern University explains to Coppell High School junior Anusha Karekar talks about the basics of the University such as the requirements and degrees they offer.

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Claire Clements, Editorial Page Editor

September 19, 2018

On Thursday, Coppell High School welcomed 161 colleges to the lecture hall, commons, cafeteria and main hallway.   College Night allows CHS students to gather important information and speak with representatives from their colleges of choice. Dallas-Fort Worth recruiters for several universit...

Killic to kill it at Division I university

Coppell High School senior Stjepan Killic clears the ball out of the box at Birkelbach Field in Georgetown on Friday night. The Cowboys defeated Cinco Ranch, 1-0 in the Class 6A state semifinals, and will be moving on to the state championship.

Lina Pyon, Staff Writer

May 6, 2016

The struggle that many seniors face is which path they want to take through their college years. This big decision has the potential to carve out the rest of their lives.   Senior and defender for the Coppell Cowboys soccer team, Stjepan Kilic found his calling early on and has been passionate...

What gets in my Hair: Students lying on college applications

What gets in my Hair: Students lying on college applications

October 17, 2012

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor As you fill out the application for your dream college, it is so incredibly easy to lie, to twist the truth to gain an edge over the competition. The pressure to be accepted to selective universities, whether it’s from parents or elsewhere, is stronger now than ever - and many st...

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...

Zuniga to represent senior class at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Photo by Rowan Khazendar.

May 3, 2012

By Thomas Hair Online Copy Editor Just the name “Ivy League” has students around the nation shaking in their boots. Thousands of students are spellbound by the allure of the ultra-selective Ivies from an early age and would give their left arm to be accepted to just one of them. Senior Jonathon...

Hair contemplates value of college degrees in today’s economy

April 30, 2012

By Thomas Hair Online Copy Editor When I close my eyes, I still feel like a Freshman. Despite the long months of hard work I have poured into Coppell High School, it absolutely boggles my mind to think that my junior year is almost complete, that it is already time to begin making college decisions...

Klise, Seifert to launch series of college essay workshops

Klise, Seifert to launch series of college essay workshops

April 17, 2012

By Thomas Hair Online Copy Editor The fleeting summer months are normally a time of rest and relief, a light at the end of the tunnel for students near the end of another school year. For juniors however, the thought of summer offers little respite. During the sunny months, the full responsibility...

College fish

Graphic by Brian Hwu

October 11, 2011

By Dyer Whitt Staff Writer With the school year fully underway, college freshman embark on the journey of living on their own; managing time, money and responsibility. Most of us can remember our first day of high school; nervous, anxious and a little bit awkward, being a freshman, or “fish.” Being a freshman meant having three grades above you to tel...

Siblings going to College

September 23, 2010

Staff Writer Chase Porter I have been a little brother for 16 years of my life until just a few weeks ago when I moved my older brother ,Payton, into his college dorm. Moving my brother into his dorm at the University of Richmond in Virginia, of course, my mom and dad were sad and surprisingly,...

Annual College Night fast approaching

September 20, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci The annual College Night at the UNT Coliseum is taking place Tuesday, September 21. It begins at 6:30 and is open to all students and family. Hundreds of colleges, from all over the nation, will be attending with representatives ready to answer any and all questions. Attendance...

Weaver becomes pom squad finalist at University of Arkansas

March 2, 2010

By Luciana Mendes Staff Writer Lariette captain Meridith Weaver was informed this morning of her status as a University of Arkansas 2010-2011 pom squad video finalist. Weaver will be up against fourteen other girls in the final round of tryouts. Only one other potential candidate for the team...