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PVAMU Hosts Panther Pride Night

PVAMU Hosts Panther Pride Night

Savannah Guerrero, Staff Writer
September 26, 2016
Filed under News Briefs, Recent Stories

Prairie View A&M University will be at The MISD Center on Sept. 29 at 6:30 p.m. for Panther Pride Night. Representatives will talk about the admissions process, financial aid and answer any questions you may have. “Students and families unfamiliar with Prairie View will be surprised at the value,... Read more »

6 Moments from Kanye West’s Saint Pablo Tour

6 Moments from Kanye West’s Saint Pablo Tour

Grant Baker, Entertainment Editor
September 25, 2016
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

Rapper Kanye West doesn’t need any introduction at this point. With 21 Grammy Awards, one of the highest rated albums ever on metacritic and a marriage to reality TV star, Kim Kardashian, Kanye has yet to stay out of the public spotlight since his debut album in 2004. Kanye has an interesting his... Read more »

Opinion: Stepping Out of Bounds

Opinion: Stepping Out of Bounds

Kendra Washington, Staff Writer
September 24, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Recent Stories

The football players start off with a strong season. Some fans, however, begin off to a weak one. Inappropriate language and behavior should not be used in the student section at football games. Football games, or any sporting event for that matter, should be a family event. Games typically have small... Read more »

Laurin Mendelsohn: Student Becomes Teacher

Laurin Mendelsohn: Student Becomes Teacher

Lauren Hargrove, Staff Writer
September 21, 2016
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Junior Laurin Mendelsohn takes a deep breath as she walks into a fourth grade classroom for the second time not knowing what this year will have in store for her. Mendelsohn joined the Ready Set Teach program available for juniors and seniors at Ben Barber. The program allows high school students... Read more »

Meet the ‘Pieoneers’ of Legacy’s Newest Club

Meet the ‘Pieoneers’ of Legacy’s Newest Club

Lexi Ellis, Staff Writer
September 21, 2016
Filed under Clubs & Organizations, News, Recent Stories, Top Story

As one of the original eight members of Pie Club, known as the “pieoneers,” senior Mia Williams meets with her club every Thursday after school in the second floor AP office wth their sponsor Ms. Corina Pena. Every week, a different member provides the club with a homemade pie, utensils and milk... Read more »

Attending the Tour de France

Attending the Tour de France

Saella Ware, Staff Writer
September 20, 2016
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

It's not all that often you get to be a part of something more important than walking across the graduation stage or wiping the tears from your eyes as you say your farewells to your family and friends before heading out to the lucky college you‘ve been dreaming of attending since you were 12. But... Read more »

Review: Twisty Place Donuts

Review: Twisty Place Donuts

Hannah Garcia, Editor-In-Chief
September 20, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, LBTV, Recent Stories

With the fresh smell of bakery goods outside of the building, I walk into Twisty Place, a new doughnut shop across the street, and the woman behind the counter greets me with a smile. “Good morning,” she said. “What would you like today?” The incredible niceness of the employees outweighs the average t... Read more »

Cade Logan Places 2nd at Smith Invitational

Cade Logan Places 2nd at Smith Invitational

Boone Gilbreath, Staff Writer
September 20, 2016
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

He looked up to only see the finish line. The light at the end of the tunnel. Cade Logan, exhausted from the constant running during the race, ended up finishing 2nd out of around 150 runners at his first cross country meet of the season. He felt relieved to finally be able to rest after running a 5k... Read more »

Ultimate Frisbee As A UIL Sport

Ultimate Frisbee As A UIL Sport

Jake Stacks, Staff Writer
September 20, 2016
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories, Sports

There’s a moment in my sporting career that I consider defining. I have simply deemed it “The Catch.” No, it was not an Odell for the football win (never have I ever ran a wide receiver route), nor was it a leaping home run steal. In fact, I wouldn’t doubt it if The Catch is totally forgotten b... Read more »

Tennis Starts Strong Despite Low Numbers

Tennis Starts Strong Despite Low Numbers

Lauren Hargrove, Staff Writer
September 17, 2016
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

As senior Joshua Hogue takes the court, he takes a deep breath and fidgets with the tennis ball in his hands before he serves to his opponent. Legacy varsity tennis has won five games and lost three with their most recent win against Timberview on Sept. 13. “We have gotten off to a really good... Read more »