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Think Healthy

Think Healthy

Alanna Zaskoda
September 19, 2016
Filed under Features

For some, the process of trying to lose weight or get fit can be a daily struggle. We live in a country that has a huge advertising industry that advertises unhealthy food as harmless with neon signs at every fast food joint and decorative wrappers. Because of this, Americans must  go out of their ... Read more »

Family Background Affects Students

Family Background Affects Students

Ashley Bow, Staff Writer
September 15, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Story

Sophomore Katy Thomas arrives home at 3:30 p.m after picking up her younger sister, Rachel, from school. She hurries down a hall to her room, shrugs her backpack onto the floor and kneels down to pet her dog who has been excitedly waiting all day for her to return home from school. She then leaves he... Read more »

Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

Jacob Friedberg and Phillip Smith
September 9, 2016
Filed under Features

It started off as an ordinary September day but quickly turned to smoke-filled skies and streets full of terrified people. As the people of New York City started their daily routines, they were interrupted by a horrific terrorist attack. This attack would devastate the nation and change it forever.... Read more »

Freshman Guide

Freshman Guide

August 3, 2016
Filed under Features

Hey class of 20/20! Not sure what to do for lunch? Want to know the myths upperclassmen will tell you? Want to know ins and out of Legacy? Here's your guide.... Read more »

Social Circles

Social Circles

Jake Stacks and Kendra Washington
July 23, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Story

As graduate Kelcey McKinley and hundreds of other students begin to trickle into the empty cafeteria, the silence slowly grows into a dull roar. Over the next three periods, the cafeteria will fill with sounds of raucous laughter, the smell of cheap chicken sandwiches, and thousands of teenagers banding... Read more »

Where Seniors Will Become Freshman Again

Where Seniors Will Become Freshman Again

Jacob Friedberg, Staff Writer
June 3, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Story

Check out the map to discover where the now Legacy alumni will attend college. ... Read more »

Teachers Before Legacy

Teachers Before Legacy

Rebekah Rosenstein and Katherine Powell
May 16, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Story

Mr. Leonard Cousins passes by the JROTC room as he reminisces on his old days in the military. He remembers the long road it took to get to where he remains now as an assistant principal at Legacy. “The things I've learned in the Army have given me the foundation that I have today,” Mr. Cousins... Read more »

Seniors Travel to Grapevine for Prom

Seniors Travel to Grapevine for Prom

Grant Baker and Hannah Garcia
May 12, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Story

Girl's Perspective Senior Makayla Jones steps out of her red Matrix Toyota with her sister, freshman Kennie Jones at the Arlington Parks Mall. Pressing their hands against the gold handle bar on the door, they walk into Dillards. Walking to the Clinique counter, senior Bailey Campbell and junior Liz... Read more »

Senioritis Slows Seniors Down

Senioritis Slows Seniors Down

Lexi Ellis, Staff Writer
May 10, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Story

Senior year. Movies promise a fun and adventurous time with friends, but in reality, it can be very stressful and seemingly pointless to some students like James Bell. Seniors have already experienced three years of the repetitive cycle of high school: attending the same classes each day, going home... Read more »

The Battle for Equality: Transgender Students Seek Acceptance

The Battle for Equality: Transgender Students Seek Acceptance

Sarah Pearson, Editor In Chief
May 1, 2016
Filed under Features

Junior Jake Tomme sits nervously on the first day of school as he thinks about how to introduce himself. While he knows exactly how he would like to introduce himself to others, he’s not sure if they would accept the way that he identifies. It should be simple, but the world is not as simple and accepting... Read more »