• Hot shooting, athleticism from Plano West downs Cowboys, ends season

    By Marcus Krum Staff Writer @marcuskrum Competing against the number one high school basketball player alone is no easy task. Competing against four players in the top 40 in the state? It is almost impossible to keep up. A Coppell team that, on the stat sheet, looked grossly overmatched by center Tyler Davis (No. 1 according to ESPN), small forward […]

    Late in the third quarter, sophomore guard Sam Marshall and senior forward Collin Wallace (30) both try to gain position to go up for a rebound over Plano West defenders. After jumping to a 15 point lead in the third quarter, West won 69-60, moving on the the third round of the playoffs. Photo by Nicole Messer.
  • Art to the heart: Choi, Warren selected to exhibit work in State Capitol

    By Amy Roh Staff Writer @rohmyboat The quick swish of a brush, the precise curve on an etching, the careful shading on the screen. Art is a matter of time and honed skills, all of which will be especially recognized this March. Every year, the Texas Art Education Association hosts a Youth Art Month competition, in which students can submit their […]

    Art to the heart: Choi, Warren selected to exhibit work in State Capitol
  • Meninism: Adding fuel to the fire of sexism?

    By Alexandra Dalton Staff Writer @alexdalton04   Women belong in the kitchen. You fight like a girl. At least you are pretty. Man up. These sayings are commonplace in our culture and have underlying sexist sentiments.   They perpetuate superiority of men; and the ultimate weakness of women. Most people do not realize the implications they create, but they can […]

    Men and women should be considered equal and meninism defies those feminist ideals. Graphic by Rachel Bugias-Lopez
  • Yearbook staff reigns in highest level of ranking, procures individual awards

    By Summer Crawford News Editor @summercrawfordd Every year there are thousands of national and state conventions for a diverse range of school clubs and activities. For the Coppell High School yearbook Round-Up staff, the two most vital competitions are the state Interscholastic League Press Conference (ILPC) in Austin and the national Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) in New York City. […]

    Yearbook staff reigns in highest level of ranking, procures individual awards
  • With state wrestling tournament wrapped up, Coppell comes out with two wrestlers placing

    By Alex Nicoll Editor-in-Chief @NicollMac “Even though I lost, I lost giving it my all,” senior David Murillo said. Murillo’s initial reaction after losing his last match as a Coppell Cowboy, summed up the performance of all Cowboys at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) state wrestling tournament on Saturday at the Curtis Culwell Center. With only two state placers, Coppell’s […]

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Coppell Alumnae Panhellenic Association to hold meeting about college sorority life

Coppell Alumnae Panhellenic Association to hold meeting about college sorority life

February 27, 2015 at 11:28 pm

By Priya Desai Staff Writer @priusdasani Terms such as greek life, legacies and rushing might seem like a foreign language to some, but for senior girls looking to be part...

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Late in the third quarter, sophomore guard Sam Marshall and senior forward Collin Wallace (30) both try to gain position to go up for a rebound over Plano West defenders. After jumping to a 15 point lead in the third quarter, West won 69-60, moving on the the third round of the playoffs. Photo by Nicole Messer.

Hot shooting, athleticism from Plano West downs Cowboys, ends season

February 28, 2015 at 8:57 pm

By Marcus Krum Staff Writer @marcuskrum Competing against the number one high school basketball player alone is no easy task. Competing against four players in the top 40...

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JWAC returns with another Heritage Night

JWAC returns with another Heritage Night

February 27, 2015 at 11:21 am

By Shruthika Pochampally Staff Writer @shruthreddy Every year, Junior World Affairs Council’s (JWAC) Heritage Night event receives a lot of appreciation for its welcoming...

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Tuulia and her grandmother, who she calls Mami, were all smiles when Tuulia, her mother, father and two brothers came to visit her in her humble apartment during the summer of 2013 in Oulu, Finland. Tuulia keeps the photo on her ribbon board in her room where she keeps other sacred items. Photo by Tuulia Koponen.

Overcoming adversity, coming back stronger: the most beautiful thing

February 20, 2015 at 9:54 am

By Tuulia Koponen Business/Public Relations Manager @tuulipia Her strong facade was quickly crumbling. Her eyes began to blur with tears behind her black-rimmed glasses; her...

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New tea cafe becomes favorite hangout spot

New tea cafe becomes favorite hangout spot

February 27, 2015 at 11:16 am

By Shruthika Pochampally Staff Writer @shruthreddy   Tea2Go, Coppell’s latest new business, is part of a chain of tea cafes that promotes “healthy tea 4 healthy living”,...