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Rerouting

Rerouting

Hannah Garcia, Editor-In-Chief
March 22
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. I wasn’t supposed to be this far behind everyone else. I was supposed to have everything figured out by now. But I don’t. And I’m running out of time. They teach us in middle school and high school to have our life planned out, so we know what to do wh...

More Than A Soccer Team

More Than A Soccer Team

Ashley Bow, Staff Writer
March 22
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

The girls stood spread across the soccer field. Sophomore Ashley Perez waits anxiously for the soccer coach to punt the ball. As soon as she did, Perez and her team scramble to reach it. The ball soon made its way past the goalie and into the goal. A loud exclamation of “olay” rang across the fiel...

How to Adult: Studying in College

How to Adult: Studying in College

Kendra Washington, Staff Writer
March 21
Filed under How to Adult, Recent Stories

Roger Mancastroppa, associate director at the Academic Skills Center at the University of Richmond, thinks prior to college, students have been taught memorization is the best way to achieve success. Instead, Mancastroppa suggests students should start thinking and studying using more of a critical thin...

Review: Ed Sheeran – ÷ (Divide)

Review: Ed Sheeran – ÷ (Divide)

Lexi Ellis, Staff Writer
March 19
Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

Dear Ed, Since I know you read a lot of your own press, I wanted to leave a note, just in case. I hope you get to fill in your uncolored puzzle piece tattoo very soon. Please share a picture of it for me. If you’re impressed by this review, my email is on my staff profile. I miss you on Snapcha...

Six Ways to Fill Your March Madness Bracket

Six Ways to Fill Your March Madness Bracket

Grant Baker, Entertainment Editor
March 12
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

Last year, I tried my best to give you the best ways to pick your March Madness bracket. I failed miserably, so let’s go back and see how my prediction held up. My main prediction was “The Michigan State Spartans will win the tournament.” Let’s see what SB Nation said about how they did in the...

Leslie Ledesma: Not Just a Pretty Face

Leslie Ledesma: Not Just a Pretty Face

Katherine Powell, Personalities Editor
March 10
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Junior Leslie Ledesma’s palms were dripping with sweat, and her heart was racing. She tried to keep her composure, and she kept smiling like she practiced. Ledesma was finally going to find out if all her hard work paid off as the judge started to say “and the winner is.” “Last year I felt...

Six Ways to Spend Spring Break

Six Ways to Spend Spring Break

Jake Stacks, Staff Writer
March 9
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

Finally. We’ve been waiting since Christmas. MLK day was cool, President's day was great, but neither can come close in length or in anticipation to a week of respite: Spring Break (Duh duh duuuhhh). There are so many things to do, so let’s not waste a day.   Go Camping Time to lay d...

Skipping College Bowl Games

Skipping College Bowl Games

Jorden Melson, Staff Writer
March 8
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories, Sports, Sports Stories

It's been almost a month since the last college football game has been played. In college, bowl games only come once a year, and it's a great chance to represent your school and gain recognition as an athlete. With my father being a quarterback at Oklahoma from 1998-1991, he always tells me stories about when he went to the Gator Bowl, and it sounds like a fun time for the whole team. Howe...

Spring Tennis In Full Swing

Spring Tennis In Full Swing

Jose Cruz, Staff Writer
March 8
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

With the pop of a racket and a swoosh of a ball, junior Joshua Lopez slots home a near-perfect set. As he sits on the top of his throne, he dares not forget the coach and team that brought about his ascension. With that in mind, he picks up the racket and strides to victory as the Legacy tennis name sits ...

How to Adult: Laundry

How to Adult: Laundry

Lauren Hargrove, Staff Writer
March 8
Filed under How to Adult, Recent Stories

One of the most common chores that must be done in your household is the washing, drying, folding and putting away of laundry. Over the years, laundry has advanced in so many different ways. Believe it or not, those pretty stainless steel machines that took you three minutes to load didn’t use to exist. ...