Articles By: Caroline Carter

Elbert continues passion for music with national competition

Elbert continues passion for music with national competition

By Caroline Carter News Editor Succeeding in a career in music is a challenging task that requires hard work, determination and skill. Few are ever able to turn their passion into a career. For 2007 Coppell High School graduate Emily Elbert, continuing her passion for singing and playing guitar has lead her to many unique endeavours. Most recently Elbert competed […]

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Shepard, Carter pick best love stories in film

By Caroline Carter and Kristen Shepard News Editor and Editor in Chief OUR TOP FIVE: Titanic Though the movie’s title gives away its ending, Titanic is filled with melodrama, suspense, historical value and passion and is perhaps the best romantic film of all time. Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio)  lower class upbringing and Rose DeWitt Bukateruickly than they ever could have […]

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AP Environmental Sciences students evaluate results of waste audit

AP Environmental Sciences students evaluate results of waste audit

By Caroline Carter News Editor When the school bell rings after each of the three lunches ends, students hurry to throw away their leftovers in the nearest trashcan. Whether is be a nearly full bottle of water or a half eaten sandwich, almost everything ends up in a trashcan. During the last week in January, students in all AP Environmental […]

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Freezing weather causes multiple events to be cancelled in Coppell

Freezing weather causes multiple events to be cancelled in Coppell

By Caroline Carter News Editor While all schools in Coppell ISD were cancelled on Thursday, community members were informed throughout Friday whether their favorite events would be cancelled as well. Due to the inclement weather several popular holiday events have been either cancelled or postponed. Coppell Assistance League Home Tour The Assistance League of Coppell’s annual Christmas in Coppell Home […]

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Coppell residents re-open memories of JFK assassination

Coppell residents re-open memories of JFK assassination

By Caroline Carter News Editor The rainy morning of Nov. 22, 1963 began like any other. Paul Lorrain was driving to work, Judy Conger was sitting in her homeroom class and Cathy Rohloff was walking around the streets of downtown Dallas. What appeared to be seemingly ordinary day soon turned into one nobody would ever forget. At 12:30 p.m. on Nov. […]

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