• FUMC celebrates 135th anniversary by serving the community

    By Kara Hallam enterprise editor @KaraHallam The Coppell First United Methodist Church celebrated its 135th year anniversary with a mass community service event this past weekend. “Mission Possible” included 30 volunteer opportunities and revived the church’s founding principles of service. In September 1879, the Coppell FUMC was founded by a group of families and built on property owned by J.M. […]

    This past weekend the Coppell First United Methodist Church celebrated its 135th year anniversary by hosting a mass community service event. Photo by Kara Hallam.
  • Cedar Hill vs Coppell: Football Preview

    By Alex Nicoll editor-in-chief @NicollMac After dismantling the Eastern Christian Honey Badgers, 42-2, last Friday night, Coppell  (2-1) turns its attention on the reigning Class 5A Division II champs, Cedar Hill. (2-1) “Cedar Hill, I mean they’re known. Once we found out we were playing Cedar Hill, I remember it was in offseason, we all got hyped because we have […]

    The offense watches the Coppell defense against Eastern Christian. Coppell won the game 42-2 on Sept. 12. Photo by Mallorie Munoz
  • What’s on My Playlist: Indie edition

    By Sloane Samberson staff writer @sloane_avery Most of my free time is spent searching for new music, constructing new playlists or finding music for a friend in need. I spend hours listening to bands in order to find a small fraction of songs I really like. It is not just a hobby, it is a full-time job. I have to […]

    What’s on My Playlist: Indie edition
  • Solar car team practices golden rule to earn prestigious award

    By Meara Isenberg staff writer @mearaannee Fresh off the win of an award and a magazine cover feature, the solar car team at Coppell High School is finishing first in selflessness and spirit. The team, lead by STEM coordinator Mike Yakubovsky, attended the Solar Car Challenge in July. This is not the first race for the team, and Yakubovsky has […]

    The Coppell High School solar car, which was raced over the summer, stays in STEM coordinator Mike Yakubovsky room, while Stephen Bavousett works on improving it for team’s next race.
  • Highly recruited Williams commits to UT

    By Shivani Burra staff writer @shiviburra Senior offensive lineman Connor Williams received 38 different offers to play collegiate football, including UCLA, Arkansas, Texas Tech, Baylor and other prestigious schools. He ultimately decided to continue his educational and athletic career at the University of Texas at Austin. “I feel like the University of Texas is the best school for me,” Williams […]

    Senior Conner Williams (55) and Glenn Williams (75) block upfield during Friday nights game. Photo by Stephanie Alexander.

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Ms. Messer's fourth-period iExplore class at CMS East utitilizes technology while working on their 'All About Me' projects on Thursday Sept 18.

Coppell middle schools building more career-driven students

September 21, 2014 at 9:50 pm

When walking into an old middle school, one often feels a tide of old memories and nostalgia washing over them. However, with all the new programs, technologyand classes being...

Sports »

On mistake-filled night, running back proves his worth in first game back

On mistake-filled night, running back proves his worth in first game back

September 20, 2014 at 1:34 pm

By Marcus Krum staff writer @marcuskrum In a game that came down to which offense made the least amount of mistakes, Coppell came up with a few too many blunders in key situations. In...

Student Life »

The Coppell High School solar car, which was raced over the summer, stays in STEM coordinator Mike Yakubovsky room, while Stephen Bavousett works on improving it for team’s next race.

Solar car team practices golden rule to earn prestigious award

September 16, 2014 at 5:06 pm

By Meara Isenberg staff writer @mearaannee Fresh off the win of an award and a magazine cover feature, the solar car team at Coppell High School is finishing first in selflessness...

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Graphic by Rachel Buigas-Lopez

Hallam overcomes chronic illness, offers advice after struggle for answers

September 18, 2014 at 9:00 pm

By Kara Hallam enterprise editor @KaraHallam “So Kara, when’s the last time you had a migraine?” My physical therapist asks. As I continued my push-ups, I slowly thought...

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Photo by Sloane Samberson.

50 years ago, Dallas welcomed The Beatles in only trip to Big D

September 18, 2014 at 3:00 pm

By Sloane Samberson staff writer @sloane_avery It is 1964, The Beatles are in its prime. Releasing its first U.S. album “Meet The Beatles!”, the groovy foursome embarks...