Post Tagged with: "History"

Mr. Caussey teaching his new AP World History-Blended class in the library. Photo by Sandy Iyer.

Caussey begins new semester with AP World History

By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer For many students, this is a new semester with new classes, but for Chris Caussey it is a new semester with teaching a new course. Caussey was an on-level and Pre-AP World Geography teacher, but now he has taken the place of Brian Rohloff, former AP World History-Blended teacher. Rohloff left Coppell High School on […]

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Jermaine Carter performs in front of Faneuil Hall in Boston on Thursday evening to entertain pedestrians. Thirty-one representatives from The Sidekick, Round-Up and KCBY are in the city attending the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention. Photo by Sandy Iyer.

Carter’s beat lifts spirits of Bostonians from historic square

By Christina Burke Managing Editor “We gotta rock it, don’t stop it, rock it don’t stop it.” BOSTON – Rising from the depths of the subway system, a sweet sound greets the ears of the Bostonian traveler. A tourist might mistake this noise for three men on a drum set, but the locals know it derives solely from the musical […]

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The Eagle Lake Rod and Gun Club is currently being restored after years of neglect. Members of the club wanted to preserve the history instead of tearing it down. Photo by Elizabeth Sims.

Keep Coppell landmarks from becoming history

By Elizabeth Sims Staff Writer Recently, I was driving down the streets of Coppell and looking around at all the half-empty strip malls, numerous fast food restaurants and sub-divisions. I became very troubled. I began to notice that familiar streets with older homes were now leveled by bulldozers and under construction to make more subdivisions. When the news that Old […]

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Coppell vs Southlake game dates back

By Chris Reagan Staff Writer Coppell High School is buzzing with talk about the always anticipated yearly football game against Southlake on Friday, but how many actually know the history between these two teams? Not many can tell you that this matchup actually goes back to  Coppell’s first year of football in 1963. Coppell won the their last game of […]

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The next generation: the children who won’t remember 9/11

By Ben Cowlishaw Staff Writer The question “where were you when…” has become synonymous with September 11, 2001. However, the generation of children who will only learn about the events of 9/11 from TV specials, their parents and history textbooks is quickly growing. The senior class of 9/11, the graduating class of 2002, is now in their late 20’s, out […]

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