Urine for a Show: Musical Comes to Legacy

Urine for a Show: Musical Comes to Legacy

Billy Stevens and Madison Fountain
January 24, 2014 • 137 views
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A tax on peeing, a daughter doubting her father and a young boy leading a revolution; all these blend together to create Urinetown the Musical. Legacy’s Drama Department presents its second musical in school history, Urinetown. This comedy, narrated by a little girl and corrupt cop, satirizes populism,... Read more »

Catfished: Social Media Scam Exposes Minors

Catfished: Social Media Scam Exposes Minors

Ka’Leif Hodge, Staff Writer
January 18, 2014 • 765 views
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After an anonymous Instagram account humiliated students who believed they sent naked photos in confidence, students began questioning how and why their pictures could get posted online. However, no one can be entirely sure of where their promiscuous photos may end up, and more often than not, Instagram... Read more »

LBTV: What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?

LBTV: What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?

Kenzie Cowan, Staff Writer
January 10, 2014 • 60 views
Filed under Features, LBTV

New Year's Resolutions are the commitment or promises that millions of people make to themselves at the beginning of each year in order to make the upcoming one better than the last. People across the world set out for change with the mindset of a fresh new year means a fresh new start. These resolutions... Read more »

Slinging into Science

Slinging into Science

Shalavé Cawley, Staff Writer
January 9, 2014 • 110 views
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Senior Peeti Sithiyopasakul delicately places the baseball into the bra cup, which serves as the unorthodox sling of his nearly seven-foot tall trebuchet that he named “Ze Pink Panther.” He slowly takes his hand off the lever arm and releases his grip on the sling only seconds after. The class’s... Read more »

More Than Words: Librarians Aid Students’ Projects

More Than Words: Librarians Aid Students’ Projects

Madison Hunter, Staff Writer
December 10, 2013 • 68 views
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Librarians Michelle Spencer, Pat Chon, Pamela Pinkerton aide work in the school library from 7 a.m. to 3:15 p.m . Throughout the day, students utilize the computers, study or read the books. An instructional aide was not Ms. Spencer’s first choice of career. “My... Read more »

Surviving Black Friday: Tips for Next Year

Surviving Black Friday: Tips for Next Year

Madison Imschweiler, News Editor
December 10, 2013 • 63 views
Filed under Features, LBTV, Recent Stories, Top Story

Black Friday, a promoted sales day following Thanksgiving, set off the beginning of the winter holiday season in a frenzy with door-buster sales, stocked shelves and doors opening at the strike of midnight. English teacher Stephanie Shackelford shops on Black Friday because it happens to fall on the... Read more »

The Price of Partying

The Price of Partying

Billy Stevens, Staff Writer
November 25, 2013 • 364 views
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School, party, recover. School, party, recover. Senior John Jackson* knows this cycle all too well: going to school all week, partying Friday and Saturday night then recovering from the drugs and alcohol on Sunday. Engaging in dangerous behavior can lead to serious health problems, such as severe damage... Read more »

Driving Safety: Teacher Cautions Students on the Road

Driving Safety: Teacher Cautions Students on the Road

Trevor Byington, Staff Writer
November 5, 2013 • 108 views
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Senior Justin Wright started driving in his junior year and got in an accident. A car rear ended him leaving Target on a Saturday morning after grocery shopping. “It wasn’t that bad, I didn’t even have to repair anything,” Wright said. “I got her [the other driver’s] information and stuff... Read more »

Internet Security: Students Seek to Remain Safe Online

Internet Security: Students Seek to Remain Safe Online

Ashley Richardson, Staff Writer
November 1, 2013 • 126 views
Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Top Story

Almost all students use social media networks such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. However, users don’t understand that hackers can easily trace their location through a post or a picture on the users’ profiles. “It is scary that people can easily track your location,” sophomore Callie... Read more »

New Businesses Open in Mansfield

New Businesses Open in Mansfield

Mason Baas, Staff Writer
October 28, 2013 • 171 views
Filed under Features, Recent Stories

In 2000, Mansfield’s population had a population of 28,031. Census data from City-data.com shows by 2012 Mansfield’s population reached 59,317 or a 111.6 percent increase. With the local population boom, businesses open in Mansfield with... Read more »

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