Best of SNO

#42
2018-2019
Distinguished Sites Rank for
Coppell High School
12
Published Stories for
Coppell High School
in 2018-2019
#6
2018-2019
Best of SNO Rank for
Coppell High School
Stories from Coppell High School
Ora is reborn on ‘Phoenix’, but she does not quite soar
Arts & Entertainment

Anthony Cesario | December 11, 2018

It has been six long years since Rita Ora released her debut album Ora. In that time, a contract dispute/legal battle and breakup with producer Calvin Harris left her unable to release hardly any music….

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Sandy Lake Amusement Park closes gates after almost five decades of memories
News

Sydney Rowe | December 5, 2018

After 48 years of hot summer day picnics, squealing kids on amusement rides and paddle boat rides, Sandy Lake Amusement Park in Carrollton has shut its doors for good. The owners announced the park’s…

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The Korean Wave
Arts & Entertainment

Sarah Woo | December 3, 2018

Blasting K-pop, laughing students and illegible tally marks on a small whiteboard describes a small glimpse of the atmosphere of Korean Culture Club (KCC).

Every Monday in room F101, the club welcomes…

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Lights, camera, action
Arts & Entertainment

Anthony Cesario | November 28, 2018

From discovering a passion for writing to landing the lead role in the 2018 film Nathan’s Kingdom, Coppell High School and Columbia University class of 2016 graduate Madison Ford is fulfilling dreams…

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A starting point
Opinions

Nicholas Pranske | November 27, 2018

As a teacher begins to talk about anything political — especially any current issue — half the students in the class look down at their desks in dramatic, irked despair and the other half perk up and…

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I have a voice, I want to use it
Midterm Elections

Anika Arutla | November 16, 2018

Change. That is what I think about when I think about voting. It is common misconception that one vote, among millions, is not worth anything – that it is a simple raindrop in the middle of the vast ocean….

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Two worlds are colliding: Future of social media resting in palms of today’s youth
Features

Andrés Bear | November 16, 2018

There is one key factor that separates Generation Z – an age label generally agreed to apply to those born between 1994 and 2000 – from previous generations. Advanced technology has been in the lives of…

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The phrase “accept yourself” is more than a cliché
Opinions

Nishant Medicharla | November 9, 2018

Throughout my childhood, I have always wondered what it would feel like to have light skin. How it would feel to be someone other than “dark”?

This thought would always come up partly because I…

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Beloved characters return to screen with Supernatural’s 14th season
Arts & Entertainment

Pramika Kadari | October 31, 2018

On Thursday, the 14th season of “Supernatural” premiered with the episode “Stranger in Strange Land”, and although it had interesting aspects, it did not drown me in a plethora of emotions like…

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‘Sierra Burgess’ really is, in fact, a big loser
Arts & Entertainment

Kelly Wei | October 29, 2018

The following review may contain spoilers.

Following the surprise success of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, it seems the rom-com genre is back on the rise. After falling off the radar for a few…

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Cameron, Koriala hook kids, preteens with fishing business, get head start on career
Features

Sofia Guerrero | October 18, 2018

Coppell High School senior Calan Cameron feels a tug on his fishing line and immediately turns the reel. The line gets shorter until it is finally in the air, revealing Cameron’s fishy prize.

This…

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‘Sweetener’ review: Grande’s fourth album is anything but bland
Arts & Entertainment

Anthony Cesario | October 18, 2018

“It’s kind of about bringing light to a situation or to someone’s life, or somebody else who brings light to your life or sweetening the situation,” Ariana Grande told Jimmy Fallon in May, after…

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