Know how to shop successfully this year on Black Friday.
Black Friday serves as a time for deals, discounts and savings. For most people, it would be considered a great time to get Christmas presents ahead of time, or to get something for yourself. Look below for a few ways to make the most of your Black Friday savings. Bring The Ads To remember the specific item yo... Read more »
Students discuss what they appreciate as Thanksgiving approaches.
AP Biology students find the macromolecules in fast food.
It might seem a little too early to think about the cold weather, but a harsh winter has been in the forecast for Texas this year. Instead of getting caught in the cold, follow these tips to help make the upcoming weather more enjoyable. Drive Safely It’s best to avoid driving in icy conditions, but... Read more »
Two small children run around a big school with nothing but time to play hide and go seek. The little girl would hear her friend counting and hurry to find a room that was unlocked. “Ready or not here I come!” “I remember when [Legacy] was first built and I would play around with Mrs. Schi... Read more »
The GO center offers students help with their college application process.
Sophomore Shay Speer is among the Americans who struggle with a neurological problem that has put a curveball on their educational learning abilities. Only 15% of people in the United States are dyslexic. Dyslexia is a condition that makes reading and writing hard but does not affect overall intelligence.... Read more »
Exhausted after finally finishing the three mile long race, junior Catherine Richardson, sits in unbelief. She listens to her cross country coach, Lacy Beckler, tell her that she will be the only competitor at this year's regionals. Although Richardson has been at regionals twice already, this will be... Read more »
I have been in school for the greater half of ten years now- a substantial amount of my young life. However, this year happens to be my first year at a public school. When you spend second through ninth grade at the same private school, you tend to hear a few things about the “horror” that is public... Read more »