Yes seniors, you are almost free from the clutches of ridiculous high school policy and your parents constant nagging, but will you really be ready to face the world? Below you can find five signs you might not be ready just yet. You only know how to make microwave dinners. When... Read more »
As part of their adult education program, MISD offers a Cooking 101 class.
I think it would be true of me to say that most high school students experience stress in some form. There are grades to keep up, jobs to work and friendships that need dedication. In a sense, we do not just go to high school, we constantly prepare for the vast future that lays right in front of us and... Read more »
An anonymous writer shares their thoughts on the beauty of thunderstorms. ... Read more »
An alcohol wipe slides across senior Alexandra Rodriguez’s skin, cleansing a small spot on her upper arm. A nurse slowly counts to three and then slides a needle into her muscle, injecting the medicine into her body and slipping the needle back out. A bandage sticks to Rodriguez’s arm, and the nurse... Read more »
There are few scenes more emotionally challenging than seeing your loved ones in danger, which is exactly what Put It Down/Save a Life hopes to recreate. On April 23 and 24 the program, formerly known... Read more »
Sophomore and future 2015-2016 Legacy Debate Captain Devyn Hinds gathers all of her thoughts... Read more »
Tech Theatre 2 students create a still life cast.
Car wrecks cause more than 37,000 deaths each year in the United States. That number can be brought down if everyone does their part. Use these tips to eliminate common distractions that could otherwise... Read more »
Some changes have happened with ISIS, garnering more attention to the ongoing battle in the Middle East. Not only does this war have American soldiers fighting for the Islamic people but also Americans who have decided sitting back and watching isn’t enough. Previously all talk of war was out of... Read more »