• Coppell Arts and Music Festival to showcase local talent

    By Sloane Samberson Staff Writer When it comes to talent, the city of Coppell has plenty of it. Local artists, dancers, vocalists and musicians will be gathering at Town City Plaza in Coppell to show off their artistic talents May 24 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. This free event will have a variety of events occurring while artists showcase […]

    T-shirt design by Sagar Ramesh.
  • Dreams come true for aspiring actress

    By Sloane Samberson Staff Writer The time of the year has come when seniors receive college acceptance letters, a robe they will only wear once and an oddly shaped cap. For most Coppell 2014 graduates, their future will begin close to home, but for Faith Christian Academy senior Megan McGown, plans of heading west for the city of angels is […]

  • Faked: how students are getting IDs to buy alcohol

    By Kara Hallam Staff Writer Coppell High School student Amanda reaches for a pair of scissors to cut her fake ID in half and throws it away in a moment of inspiration. For Amanda, this was the end of her fake ID phase, but for many Coppell High School students to come this is just the beginning of their journey […]

    Faked: how students are getting IDs to buy alcohol
  • Student soccer players form international relations through Dallas Cup

    By Stephanie Alexander Entertainment Editor Around the time of Easter every year, successful teen soccer teams worldwide come to play in the Dr Pepper Dallas Cup. A team from Dallas gets paired with a foreign team and two foreign players live with one Dallas player and their family. This cultural experience serves as an opportunity to learn and connect with […]

  • Hopes of back-to-back dashed as Fort Bend Clements downs Coppell 3-0

    By John Loop Sports Editor GEORGETOWN-Coppell celebrated last year’s state title for a while. And 25 games later, they were back in familiar surroundings. The Cowboys traveled to Birkelbach Stadium for this weekend’s UIL Soccer State Tournament, only to be denied a chance at winning back-to-back state titles by the Fort Bend Clements Rangers, who defeated Coppell 3-0, in Saturday’s […]

    Hopes of back-to-back dashed as Fort Bend Clements downs Coppell 3-0

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GracePoint student pastor Charley Hellmuth teaches GracePoint youth about the traditional Jewish Seder Meal during holy week; this was their first time to host the event. Photo by Jena Seidemann.

GracePoint students make connections to Passover in Christian religion

April 18, 2014 at 2:44 pm

By Christina Burke Managing Editor In place of its usual Wednesday student service, GracePoint Church in Coppell put on a special event in honor of the oldest holiday in the...

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Cowboy Carl leads a skit to pump up the student body at the Rockwall pep rally on  Sept. 13, 2013.

Should have been a cowboy: Unmasking story behind Cowboy Carl

April 23, 2014 at 12:38 pm

By Alex Nicoll Staff Writer Cowboy Carl leads a skit to pump up the student body at the Rockwall pep rally on Sept. 13, 2013.  Silent but spirited, he can go from busting...

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Glynn shares story of looking beyond homeless stereotypes

Glynn shares story of looking beyond homeless stereotypes

April 23, 2014 at 5:01 pm

By Kara Hallam Staff Writer As Judith Glynn exits the subway she is startled by the commotion of a drunk and dirty homeless woman being dragged out of the Hearst Building...

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Grapic by Josh Martin

Students using school organizations solely to expand their resume

April 23, 2014 at 12:51 pm

By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer Throughout the halls this week, students have been putting up posters to advertise their running for student council. Usually, students run...

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T-shirt design by Sagar Ramesh.

Coppell Arts and Music Festival to showcase local talent

April 22, 2014 at 11:52 am

By Sloane Samberson Staff Writer When it comes to talent, the city of Coppell has plenty of it. Local artists, dancers, vocalists and musicians will be gathering at Town City...