Swim Team Makes Statement At State Swim Meet

Swim Team Makes Statement At State Swim Meet

Haley Yelle, Staff Writer
March 4, 2015 • 89 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories, Top Story

Water splashes out of the side of the UT pool as sophomore Sam Sok stands at the edge waiting for his opportunity to jump in and swim. The lanes overflow with people, leaving barely enough room to move. A sense of excitement and nervousness fill the air, for the biggest meet of the season starts in an... Read more »

Frozen Treats That Can’t Be Beat

Frozen Treats That Can’t Be Beat

Heather Hines, Staff Writer
March 4, 2015 • 71 views
Filed under Entertainment, Our Picks, Recent Stories

If you start to crave a sweet frozen treat, the obvious answer to the problem would be grabbing a bowl of ice cream or frozen yogurt. Try one of these places in Mansfield to satisfy your craving. Purple Berri Prices - Reasonable Flavors - Eight Rating- Five Stars Purple... Read more »

Erik Womack

Erik Womack

Hannah Garcia, Staff Writer
March 3, 2015 • 215 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

New walls, new floors, new classrooms, and new voices surrounded sophomore Eric Womack the first day of his fresh start at Legacy. His dark sunglasses shielded his eyes from the glaring looks of students passing by while he strolled through the unfamiliar halls. Womack grew up blind, but instead... Read more »

Blast From the Past: Beatles Tribute Concert

Blast From the Past: Beatles Tribute Concert

Michelle McDaniel , Personality Editor
March 3, 2015 • 66 views
Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

The Beatles released the song “Rain” in 1966, promoting their album “Revolver” which would be released a few months later. Nine years after, in 1975, an original band formed, taking the name “Rain” from this song. I got the opportunity... Read more »

Fish Makes Big Splash Inside Legacy

Fish Makes Big Splash Inside Legacy

Michelle McDaniel, Personality Editor
March 3, 2015 • 165 views
Filed under Clubs & Organizations, Entertainment, Recent Stories

After completing AP Human Geography with Ms. Catherine McGuinness in the 2012-2013 school year, students were given the opportunity to buy a t-shirt celebrating their success. Designed by now junior, Reilly Parkins, the shirt design shows a key point of the year in AP Human Geography: Big Fish. But Big... Read more »

5 Music Festivals To Attend This Year

5 Music Festivals To Attend This Year

Doris Larroy, Staff Writer
March 2, 2015 • 85 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

Some of the most famous music festivals begin in March, giving you the opportunity to spend some time with friends while hearing some of your favorite artists play live. Take a look at the list below to discover which ones match your music taste. SXSW SXSX,... Read more »

Legacy Lookbook: Craig Nealey

Legacy Lookbook: Craig Nealey

Rebecca Goodman, Staff Writer
February 27, 2015 • 168 views
Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

Junior Craig Nealey has a classic air about him in this polished ensemble. Centering around a the classic colors of blue, black and white gives the outfit a timeless and refined look. The combination of denim and stripes allows him to remain current and stylish. He gives off an easiness, as if he just... Read more »

LBTV: Band Hosts Annual Jazz Bash

LBTV: Band Hosts Annual Jazz Bash

February 27, 2015 • 269 views
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Band members have a blast at their annual Jazz Bash on Feb. 21.

Black History Month: Nine People You Should Know

Black History Month: Nine People You Should Know

Phillip Smith, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015 • 104 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

For the past century, we’ve celebrated the achievements and accomplishments of African Americans and their positive contributions in U.S. history. Growing out of a week called “Negro History Week” in 1926, Black History Month’s celebrated annually every February 1 through 28. This list will recognize... Read more »

Dr. Stephan Shardy

Dr. Stephan Shardy

Phillip Smith, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015 • 248 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Before math teacher Stephan Shardy entered the classroom to teach precalculus and calculus, he projected the weather forecast to pilots and navigators in the U.S. Air Force. Dr. Shardy spent about 12 years in the Air Force instructing meteorology to aircrews and lecturing foreign pilots on the key... Read more »