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How To Adult: Being Respectful

How To Adult: Being Respectful

Kathryn Pedroza, Staff Writer
August 14, 2017
Filed under How to Adult, Recent Stories

The definition of respect: feeling or showing deference or politeness. Respect will get individuals far in life. Respect sets people apart during a job interview, to an authority figure or anyone you would like to stand out for. Overall, showing respect mostly involves being aware of the feelings of...

Clubs and Organizations at Legacy

Clubs and Organizations at Legacy

Ashley Bow and Kathryn Pedroza, Personalities Editor and Staff Writer
August 14, 2017
Filed under Clubs & Organizations, News Briefs, Recent Stories

Coming into high school freshman year brings a myriad of difficulties for freshmen. Getting used to the more difficult course load can present a challenge on its own. Adding in the time-consuming extracurricular activities, high school may seem daunting. To help ease the transition, upperclassmen in...

7 Things I Wish I Would’ve Known

7 Things I Wish I Would’ve Known

Felicity Veliz, Staff Writer
August 12, 2017
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

Oh freshman year. I remember just like it was yesterday. The stress and anxiety in adjusting to high school life was overwhelming. Although freshman year was great, there’s still a few things I wish I would’ve taken advantage of. Here’s a list of things I would’ve done freshman year. Take...

How to Adult: Nutrition

How to Adult: Nutrition

Ava Green, Staff Writer
July 31, 2017
Filed under How to Adult, Recent Stories

Your body is a temple- so why does it seem so impossible to properly nourish and take care of? As our bodies grow and teenagers are left to feed themselves most of the time, it becomes our responsibility to monitor what goes into our bodies. While it would be fun to live off Takis and Whataburger for m...

Final Blog: Phillip Smith

Final Blog: Phillip Smith

Phillip Smith, Staff Writer
June 1, 2017
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

My family has this thing where they think moving clear across the country is cool, so I guess it's my turn. Early in my college application experience, I was for sure going to a school in Texas. I even took multiple TCC courses so I would have some kind of “head start” in my future. I applied and t...

Five Anticipated Summer Albums

Five Anticipated Summer Albums

Jose Cruz, Yearbook Copy Editor
May 30, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories, Top Story, Weekly List

So far, 2017 has been a rollercoaster of a year for music junkies like myself. The whole year promised much, delivered some and missed a few. This summer in particular holds the potential to be an awestruck, modern masterclass in musical artistry. These are some of the industry’s most anticipated a...

Final Blog: Lexi Ellis

Final Blog: Lexi Ellis

Lexi Ellis, Staff Writer
May 30, 2017
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

I wish I had another year left of high school. I switched to Legacy halfway through sophomore year and knew no one. I felt like I was getting thrown into a tank of nearly boiling water. I'll never forget my first full day. My first lunch at Legacy was on a Wednesday when they were selling cookies,...

Final Blog: Anna Jordan

Final Blog: Anna Jordan

Anna Jordan, Staff Writer
May 26, 2017
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

Growing up, I was always told to take time and appreciate the things going on around me, because time flies. Like other kids, I always ignored that until I came to Legacy. I blink...and I’m freshman. I blink again, and I am getting ready to walk the stage. As I walk across the stage, I will think of...

2016-17 Extracurricular Wrap-up

2016-17 Extracurricular Wrap-up

Ashley Bow, Personalities Editor
May 26, 2017
Filed under Clubs & Organizations, Recent Stories, Top Story

Throughout the year, extracurriculars excelled in competitions on the state and national level. These were some of their individual achievements. Aca Dec The Academic Decathlon team moved on to the state level of competition this year. At the competition, junior Elliot Reed earned a bronze medal for Interview and junior Nathan Haslam earned gold medals for interview and lang...

Looking Back on Junior Year

Looking Back on Junior Year

Morgan Richards and Felicity Veliz, Staff Writers
May 25, 2017
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

Morgan Richards During my entire freshman and sophomore experience, I was bombarded with upperclassmen warning me about the dangers of senioritis and procrastinating, avoiding certain teachers and classes that wouldn’t do anything but frustrate me and how important it was to get good grades during my...