Coppell Student Media

Early voting ends tomorrow, May 10

May 10, 2011

By Henna Khan Business Manager Coppell has once again reached that stage in its political journey for new City Council members, as well as new CISD board members to be elected. Early voting began on May 2 and will be wrapping up on May 10 at 7 p.m. Residents may vote at Coppell Town Center ...

Early voting for school board begins next week

April 25, 2011

Rebecca Neumann Entertainment Editor For those lucky seniors who have turned eighteen since the gubernatorial elections, their first opportunity to vote begins on May 2. Early voting for the Coppell Independent School District Board of Trustees elections of place 4 and 5 begins that day at 8...

Seniors should be excited to vote, Neumann says

February 23, 2011

Rebecca Neumann Entertainment Editor As you may or may not know, May 14 is an election day. It is not a national or state election, but it is still important for all seniors to take part in it. There is not a specific cause to vote for, and the outcome will not affect seniors that much: most seniors will be away at college in the fall, so many won’t even ...

Voting really is first step towards change, Whitfill says

November 2, 2010

By Mary Whitfill There are a lot of things that bother me, as many of you know if you have been reading my blogs over the years. I don’t like people who avoid controversial issues, I don’t like when the sun doesn’t come out before I leave the house and I don’t like people who, when given the...

Thank you, Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, NWP

March 3, 2010

by Ellen Cameron Staff Writer Yesterday, for the first time ever, I exercised my 19th Amendment rights to vote. It wasn't that important of an election--just the Texas Gubernatorial Primary--but I voted nonetheless. For something so important, it was miraculously boring, and yet, I was excited,...