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House Bill 5 to restructure Texas education

By Christina Burke Managing Editor The State Board of Education has made some a big decisions changing the face of education as Texans know it. With the passing of House Bill 5, the graduation programs in Texas high schools will change drastically starting with the Class of 2018. This change will impact the future of the Public Services (PSA), Emerging […]

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New director reconstructs choir pyramid

New director reconstructs choir pyramid

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer The Vivace! show choir and Madrigals chamber choir have been the face of the Coppell High School choral program since they began, but the new choir director, Josh Brown, is taking the program in a new direction. Brown’s last position was at Abilene High School as head director where he led the choir to 12 […]

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8th annual Bark in the Park to come Oct. 30

By Addy Buigas-Lopez Business Manager On Sunday Oct. 30, join dog-lovers of all kinds from 1-4 p.m. at Andy Brown East for Coppell’s 8th annual Bark in the Park for an afternoon of performances, contests, food and entertainment – both for you and your four legged companion. Performances at Bark in the Park will be given by Dallas Dog and […]

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ACL tears becoming a common hindrance to CHS athletes

ACL tears becoming a common hindrance to CHS athletes

Thomas Hair Staff Writer Sports have always been a sacred aspect of America’s culture, and that is true to an even greater extent in this day and age. Almost every American is involved in some sort of sport during their youth, and by high school many teens are devoted to sports and put in countless arduous hours to improve. As […]

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Burberry, British accents and Brown: How not to pick a college

Burberry, British accents and Brown: How not to pick a college

By Chris Nguyen Features Editor Over the summer, I, along with many other seniors, began the college search. I ended up with over 20 colleges, with a goal to narrow it down to under eight by the time I returned to school. However, that was much easier said than done. When I spent 30 minutes with the same list still […]

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