By Christina Burke Features Editor Coppell High School’s very own Hope for Africa club has gathered together this holiday season in the name of giving. The club has been selling Ho-Ho-Hope for Africa shirts derived from the Christmas spirt that is beginning to overtake the students of CHS. The shirts serve a higher purpose than just a club fundraiser. All […]Read more ›
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By Erica Rohde Staff Writer In poverty-stricken Africa, kids are exposed to harsh conditions of starvation, illnesses, lack of family support and human trafficking. Because of New Tech@Coppell’s Hope for Africa Club, African kids have the opportunity to express themselves through their artwork. A group determined students from the executive board of the club are laying out plans for a […]Read more ›
Lauren Ussery Centerspread Editor Video By: Katie Kennedy and Kiley Bratton Halfway around the world, a little boy named Humphrey has the hope of a better life, thanks to Coppell High School’s Hope for Africa club. The club partnered with the Touch a Life Foundation, a Dallas-based organization, to sponsor 10-year-old Humphrey. Like many other children in the Lake Volta […]Read more ›
Paige Wilson Staff Writer/ Ast. Business Manager Video by: Sophie and Christina Valdez As Homecoming ended the mums and guarders all go away except for little buttons with a bright face appear on shirts, bags, and mums. However there is a story of sadness and struggle behind that face that many people don’t know. That story of tragedy is what […]Read more ›
By Sammy Robben Staff Writer The Hope for Africa club had its first meeting of the year on Wednesday. The club has two new leaders, seniors Hannah Yates and Emily Fowler, that plan to make a few changes to the club. One of the major changes they talked about at the meeting was their new cause. Last year hope for Africa […]Read more ›