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A Texas Tradition

A Texas Tradition

Brinley Koenig, Staff Writer

October 18, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Story

How Mums Have Evolved

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Davisbury: Partners in Crime

Davisbury: Partners in Crime

Jazmine Necessary, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Story

Chemistry teacher John Sudbury and Physics teacher John Davis - the multiple-year victors of the “most dynamic duo award” because of their noticeable connection and childlike relationship. Students believe teachers only work and consider them not like “real” people, but the two science teachers sh...

Going the Extra Mile

Going the Extra Mile

Kendra Washington, Sports Editor

August 30, 2017


Filed under Features, Sports, Top Story

Only crickets and the occasional passing car can be heard in Legacy’s parking lot that was filled with loud trucks and teenagers just a few hours ago. While everyone else lays in bed or fills the seats of a fast food restaurant at 1 a.m. after a Friday night football game, coach Jerry Wyatt sits in...

Defining Masculinity

Defining Masculinity

Ava Green, Staff Writer

May 8, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Story

A common stereotype for a man would likely be the image of Gaston from Beauty and the Beast; an ultra-macho, weapon-brandishing fighting machine. However, it’s not every day you meet a man brave enough to face the world with a full face of makeup like James Charles. The changing ways of the pro...

Modest is Hottest

Modest is Hottest

Kathryn Pedroza and Anna Jordan

April 10, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Story

In the early 2000s, Principal Dr. Shelly Butler noticed her students and coworkers changing their sense of style. As a popular pop artist at the time, Britney Spears showed an influence on the outfits and appearance of men and women alike as the past standard of modesty slowly went away. “You j...

The Science Behind Success

The Science Behind Success

Jake Stacks, Staff Writer

March 23, 2017


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Shouts of encouragement ring throughout the natatorium, but the cool, chlorine-filled water rushing by her ears retains senior Haley Yelle’s focus. Her arms and legs pump, propelling her through lap after merciless lap, until, finally, she reaches the end of her event, touches the wall and comes out ...

Breaking News: Real or Not

Breaking News: Real or Not

Lexi Ellis and Felicity Veliz

March 8, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Story

With social media being one the most influential sources of information distribution throughout the world, junior Mackenzie Mohr refuses to believe everything on the screen. Misinformation rapidly spreads on platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Comments and personal opinions are often mistaken for tr...

Leading the Silver Spurs

Leading the Silver Spurs

Ashley Bow, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017


Filed under Features

Senior Abby Lodrigues sits on the floor at Staley’s Dog House. Her friends sit in a circle with her, each one enraptured with their own three-day-old puppy. She smiles and brushes her puppy’s fur lightly as it rolls over. They gathered partly for the dogs and partly because they, the leadership team of the Silver Spurs, have an opportunity to volunteer their tea...

Cafeteria Food Regulations Hinder Taste

Cafeteria Food Regulations Hinder Taste

Jose Cruz, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017


Filed under Features

Junior Alex Vo plays a game of chance every day. Every time he walks in through Legacy’s doors he never knows if lunchtime will provide a period of satisfaction or of disappointment. Vo and hundreds of Legacy High School students purchase their lunch from the cafeteria every day. With this, lunch fo...

Living in a Meme World

Living in a Meme World

Morgan Richards and Ben Schnuck

February 14, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Features

Laughter erupts from the lunch table as junior Ryan King passes his phone around to show his friends a screenshot of Kermit the Frog talking to a hooded version of himself. Exclamations of “same” and “me too” voice themselves at the relatable situation addressed in the caption of the picture...