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Elisa Watkins

Elisa Watkins

Heather Hines, Staff Writer
May 15, 2015 • 391 views
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RN BSN Elisa Watkins bustled around the nurses’ office, familiarizing herself with the placement of bandaids and glucometers, reading student records and making herself at home in her new position as school nurse. Watkins’ employment with MISD began when a position opened up and she began working... Read more »

Justin Ukeje

Justin Ukeje

Kyle Manning, Staff Writer
April 20, 2015 • 481 views
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Senior Justin Ukeje leaps to the right, crossing the green and red court, to return the fuzzy green ball. His racket barely reaches the projectile ball in time to send it flying back down to the far corner of his opponent’s domain. He jumps back to the center and tries to anticipate where his next... Read more »

Hope Jimenez

Hope Jimenez

Michelle McDaniel, Personality Editor
April 15, 2015 • 590 views
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Sophomore Hope Jimenez sang quietly to herself as she finished the last problem on her Algebra 2 worksheet. Seeing that the bell would soon ring, she gracefully slipped out of her seat and half walked, half danced to turn her paper in the box at the front of the classroom, practicing her choreography... Read more »

Kennedy Wynn

Kennedy Wynn

Shelby Warner, Staff Writer
April 14, 2015 • 317 views
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After enjoying half of her summer soaking it up in the sun, senior Kennedy Wynn prepares to spend her entire month of August training for football in the upcoming school year. She attends two-a-days, which are two different workouts during the day. One takes place in the morning and the other in the... Read more »

Ben Schnuck

Ben Schnuck

Hannah Garcia, Staff Writer
April 7, 2015 • 474 views
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As the hours begin to tick away, freshman Benjamin Schnuck endlessly stares at his computer to recreate a fight scene between Paris and Romeo of act V in the widely known Romeo and Juliet play. “I could definitely see how it would play out.” Schnuck said. “You could say it’s the most dramatic... Read more »

Tony Timberman

Tony Timberman

Michelle McDaniel, Staff Writer
March 10, 2015 • 862 views
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The cast rehearsed Act Two for the first time after studying their appointed characters, and junior Tony Timberman selected a harsh, nasally voice for his role. People looked up from their new scripts, concerned, to see who had made the strange, gravelly voice. One actor missed his lines because of the... Read more »

Eric Womack

Eric Womack

Hannah Garcia, Staff Writer
March 3, 2015 • 552 views
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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 of... Read more »

Dr. Stephan Shardy

Dr. Stephan Shardy

Phillip Smith, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015 • 597 views
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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 »

Collin McGahey

Collin McGahey

Kyle Manning, Staff Writer
February 19, 2015 • 642 views
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Senior Collin McGahey carefully puts the beast in the sights of his weapon. With the release of a breath and the experience of a lifetime, he times the pull of his trigger perfectly. A shot cracks out across the dear lease followed by the sound of the massive hog hitting the dirt. Legacy’s attendance... Read more »

Cody Thompson

Cody Thompson

Ben Townsend, News Editor
February 11, 2015 • 511 views
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Junior Cody Thompson can say one thing no other Legacy student can, he’s made $300 juggling flower sticks in a single day. Thompson’s unique talent has taken him across the nation, performing at shows as well as on the street, mostly because he simply enjoys doing it. “It’s definitely about... Read more »