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Just Add Honey Tea Shop, Busy Bee Cafe, and Le Petite Marche have all had to adjust to the economic impacts of COVID-19.
Local black-owned businesses adjust to pandemic
By Ellie Winer, Henry W Grady High School - Nexus • September 30, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on small businesses across the world. Paired with the Black Lives Matter movement,...

Coppell parent Dan Koller has written over 100 postcards since July as part of Postcards to Swing States, an initiative encouraging voter participation in the 2020 election. Postcards to Swing States is a nonpartisan initiative that encourages people to vote in 14 swing states, including Texas.
Conducting local elections during pandemic
By Shivi Sharma, Coppell High School • September 30, 2020

I vote in every election because... Each of the over 100 letters Coppell parent and former 2018 Coppell ISD Board of Trustees...

Social media has provided a platform for all to voice their opinions on societal issues, whether or not those concerns are genuine.
When Protest Turns Performative
By Sally Cho, North Allegheny Senior High School • September 30, 2020

We all saw the flood of black squares on our feeds in June. We’ve all seen the educational infographics on people’s stories....

Wayland High School Theater Ensemble performs last spring
WHSTE adapts to new COVID-19 challenges
By Joanna Barrow, Wayland High School • September 29, 2020

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the Wayland High School Theater Ensemble has had to change almost everything...

Since the 2018 gubernatorial election all eyes from the nation and from the citizens of Georgia have been glued to the polls and the subsequent election resuts.
A look into Georgia’s history of voter suppression
By Kelly Tran, Henry W. Grady High School • September 29, 2020

While voter suppression is a consistent topic across the United States, no state has seen its dramatic implications and consequences...

Student parents find relief with free childcare
COVID-19 pushes new advancements within the School of Music
Great Books program implements three-year diversity plan 
Art History Department to be Eliminated, Tenured Faculty Receive Termination Notices
Whiteness Does Not Make You Superior: A Message to the Brown Community
Local black-owned businesses adjust to pandemic

Local black-owned businesses adjust to pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on small businesses across the world....

WHSTE adapts to new COVID-19 challenges

WHSTE adapts to new COVID-19 challenges

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the Wayland High School...

Sophomore starts Christian clothing line inspired by racial inequality

Sophomore starts Christian clothing line inspired by racial inequality

Sophomore Kennedy Swint launched her clothing line God Made Me in an effort...

Behind the Scenes of the Hybrid Learning Plan

Behind the Scenes of the Hybrid Learning Plan

Day after day, students log on to a computer and look at a screen in order...

DCIS is Exploring the Possibilities for the 2020-2021 School Year

DCIS is Exploring the Possibilities for the 2020-2021 School Year

As the 2019-2020 school year is coming to a close, students are growing...

Healthcare Workers Are Stepping Up Against the Pandemic

Healthcare Workers Are Stepping Up Against the Pandemic

The coronavirus has temporarily closed businesses and offices until it...

Conducting local elections during pandemic

Conducting local elections during pandemic

I vote in every election because... Each of the over 100 letters Coppell...

COVID-19: A data dive

COVID-19: A data dive

259 days. That’s how long it’s been since the World Health Organization...

Elementary returns to in-person learning; RSD exploring ways to bring secondary students back safely

Elementary returns to in-person learning; RSD exploring ways to bring secondary students back safely

According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),...

Turns out you can judge a band by its album cover

Turns out you can judge a band by its album cover

 macshieldonline · The S Word -- Episode 16 (Greg Anderson on Heavy...

“The Baby-Sitters Club” brings refreshing representation to the small screen

“The Baby-Sitters Club” brings refreshing representation to the small screen

Upon first hearing that Netflix would be producing a modern reboot of the...

‘Cobra Kai Never Dies:’ Netflix’s ‘Karate Kid’ spinoff revives classic story for new generation

‘Cobra Kai Never Dies:’ Netflix’s ‘Karate Kid’ spinoff revives classic story for new generation

I still remember the first time I saw "The Karate Kid." I always felt a...

When Protest Turns Performative

When Protest Turns Performative

We all saw the flood of black squares on our feeds in June. We’ve all...

A look into Georgia’s history of voter suppression

A look into Georgia’s history of voter suppression

While voter suppression is a consistent topic across the United States,...

Blaming the right beast: why the pandemic is humanity’s fault

Blaming the right beast: why the pandemic is humanity’s fault

Eight years ago, a science writer named David Quammen predicted the COVID-19...

COVID-19 uncertainty affects mental health of fall sport season athletes

COVID-19 uncertainty affects mental health of fall sport season athletes

Since the first outbreak of COVID-19, there has been overwhelming confusion...

Athletes use high tech to improve their skills

Athletes use high tech to improve their skills

“The future’s not coming. It’s already here” says a U.S. Air Force...

Bryant wins 150th game as head football coach at Canyon High School

Bryant wins 150th game as head football coach at Canyon High School

Whether they are on or off the field--in high school or several decades...