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Six Ways to Make the Most of Your Summer

Six Ways to Make the Most of Your Summer

Kendra Washington, Staff Writer
May 23, 2016 • 140 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

The final days of school are starting to tick down and soon you’ll have almost three months of free time to spend in just about anyway that you want too. Here’s a list of things that you can do, located in the DFW area. Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Gallery Offering more than 100 meteorites, this gallery is ... Read more »

Coach Murdock Resigns, Takes Summit Counselor Job

Coach Murdock Resigns, Takes Summit Counselor Job

Phillip Smith, Sports Editor
May 20, 2016 • 795 views
Filed under News, Recent Stories, Sports Stories

Following an intense weight lifting session, Coach Marchie Murdock sits his basketball players down in the humid, rubber-scented air of the weight room, along with his fellow coaches, Robert Young and Bryan Dibley. The room soon quiets as he begins to speak in a low, solemn tone, attaining the undivided a... Read more »

Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez

Michelle McDaniel, Personality Editor
May 18, 2016 • 227 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Junior Alex Rodriguez watched his sister stand up with their family friend as her row began to file out of the church pew, led by a high schooler in a bright red polo shirt. Last year, Rodriguez was in the same place as his sister was now, about to be confirmed by the bishop in her Catholic faith. This... Read more »

5 ACL Artists To Catch

5 ACL Artists To Catch

Katherine Powell, Staff Writer
May 16, 2016 • 235 views
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The famous music festival Austin City Limits, or ACL, has returned. ACL will be held at Zilker Park during the first two weekends of October. Artists of the rock, indie, country, folk, electronic and hip hop genres will perform at the festival. The organizers of ACL just announced the diverse lineup for... Read more »

Review: Views

Review: Views

Grant Baker, Staff Writer
May 13, 2016 • 253 views
Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

Toronto-based rapper Aubrey “Drake” Graham really needs no introduction at this point. Drake, a former child-star turned rapper, recently lit the music world on fire with his surprise mixtape release in 2015 of If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, an album that I consider the strongest in his dis... Read more »

America’s Pastime

America’s Pastime

Grant Baker, Staff Writer
May 13, 2016 • 243 views
Filed under Blogs, Recent Stories, Sports

Throughout my life, the phrase “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” has always stood out to me. The idea that people can have differing opinions on things without fear of punishment is what makes America the greatest country in the world. This idea even pertains to one of the greatest American... Read more »

Delia Schulte

Delia Schulte

Katherine Powell, Personality Editor
May 13, 2016 • 196 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Junior Delia Schulte takes a deep breath as she walks into her first class at Legacy High School. Everyone around her speaks English fluently and without any difficulty. This country has proven to be a lot different than her home- Germany. “I wanted to have an experience here, to see how it really... Read more »

5 Facts about the Dallas Stars

5 Facts about the Dallas Stars

Jacob Friedberg, Staff Writer
May 11, 2016 • 168 views
Filed under News Briefs, Recent Stories, Weekly List

With the Dallas Stars making it to round two in the NHL playoffs, if you’re not watching them already, now is the time. After defeating the Minnesota Wild in round one, the Stars now face the St. Louis Blues. Below are some facts about the Dallas Stars that you might not have known. Jacob Friedberg... Read more »

LBTV: Senior Class President Election

LBTV: Senior Class President Election

Ava Green, Staff Writer
May 11, 2016 • 277 views
Filed under LBTV, News Briefs, Recent Stories

Juniors Allison Bao and Makayla Shanahan are currently competing against each other for Senior class president. Most of the other positions for all the classification classes, such as each Treasurer, Secretary and Representative have already been taken with no competition. “I’m hoping to get... Read more »

AP Field Day Honors Students’ Hard Work

AP Field Day Honors Students’ Hard Work

Breton Hawkins, Staff Writer
May 10, 2016 • 169 views
Filed under News, Recent Stories

Junior Joey Leavell sighed as he left the testing room. His AP test was finally over. “It was a feeling of relief.” Leavell said. “I don’t have to spend time studying or worrying about the class.” All throughout the first two weeks of May, students from every grade will funnel into the... Read more »