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Junior Jaylen Branch makes custom clothing for resale in her new start-up, JXY Customs. Branch anticipates the company to start selling to customers in early 2023. Photo by Pina Messina on Unsplash
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Student Expresses Creativity Through New Start-Up
Kiara Williams, Staff Writer • November 25, 2022

As the clock ticks and light flickers, junior Jaylen Branch works to design and create graphic clothing for her business JXY Customs. JXY Customs is a start-up business that will produce both custom and premade casual apparel that features cartoons and merchandise for collaborating companies. With production running smoothly, Jaylen sees the business starting in...

Bronco Minute 11-18
News
Bronco Minute 11-18
Claire Carney, Social Media Manager • November 18, 2022
Photo Gallery: JV Football
Sports
Photo Gallery: JV Football
Caroline Schlieker, Photo Editor • November 4, 2022
Brynley Buck, 9, catches her breath on the court in the Sept. 13 game against Desoto High School.
Personalities
Brynley Buck: Fresh On the Court
Katie Keating, Staff Writer • November 22, 2022
All Over the Map: Students Reflect on Life in Another Country
Visual Stories
All Over the Map: Students Reflect on Life in Another Country
Abigail Morris, News Editor • November 23, 2022

Daily Photos


Features


2013 Ring Bearers, Reese Mallett and Lincoln Schroeder pose for their picture
Homecoming Crown Bearers All Grown Up
Mariah Hanlon, Staff Writer • October 21, 2022
Brynley Buck, 9, catches her breath on the court in the Sept. 13 game against Desoto High School.
Brynley Buck: Fresh On the Court
Katie Keating, Staff Writer • November 22, 2022
Substance abuse in teens usually begins as vaping, then escalates to THC or other toxic substances. Photo by Vaping360.
Drugs, Substance Abuse Becomes a Growing Issue in Teens
Abigail Morris, News Editor • November 9, 2022

Whether it’s on Snapchat or YouTube, most students have seen the various anti-vape commercials released by The Real Cost, one of many tactics used to prevent substance abuse. As the numbers of substance abusers in schools rise, drug prevention in teens becomes increasingly important. Officer John Godwin and other school resource officers at Legacy typically encounter at least one drug-related issue per day.  “They’re starting off with vaping, and vaping mostly leads to THC,” Officer Godwin said. “It’s very sad to see the transition of where these students are going.” It’s likely the increase in drug...

Seniors traveled to the Tarrant County Subcourthouse in Mansfield to see the process of voting firsthand. Photo by OSCE.
Government Students Attend Early Voting
Jonah Pedroza, Sports Editor • November 7, 2022
The Best Thanksgiving Deserts
The Best Thanksgiving Deserts
Shaun Ukeje, Staff Writer • November 24, 2022
Photo by Florian van Duyn on Unsplash
Five Reasons Why You Should Get a Goat
Madeline Frank, Staff Writer • November 21, 2022

LBTV


Bronco Minute 11-18
Varsity Boys Basketball Plays First Game of Season
StuCo, JROTC Host Veterans' Luncheon
Bronco Minute 11-4

Opinions


Different voter suppression tactics include gerrymandering, making it more difficult to make an impact with your vote in diverse communities. Photo by Texas Civil Rights Project
Voter Suppression: A Growing Issue in Texas
Luke Bellinger, Staff Writer • November 8, 2022

Voter suppression is taking place across this state. The Encyclopedia Britannica defines voter suppression as “any legal or extralegal measure or strategy whose purpose or practical effect is to reduce voting, or registering to vote, by members of a targeted racial group, political party, or religious community.” Voter suppression takes many forms, from trying to stop registration to locking up felons for attempting to vote and gerrymandering election maps. All of this happens in lengthy legal documents and closed-room committees. Combatting voter suppression also takes many forms, from litigating cases about these laws in court, filing amicus briefs and complaints, and trying to increase public awareness.  Crystal Mason, CEO and President of Crystal Mason the Fight, thinks combatting voter suppression involves setting up tents and handing out pizza.  Crystal Mason's life was turned upside down when she was convicted of illegal voting because she cast a provisional ballot in the 2016 general election despite being convicted of a tax felony several years earlier....

An Ode to Ranch Market
An Ode to Ranch Market
Luke Bellinger, Staff Writer • November 16, 2022
Taking Inspiration From The Big Leagues
Taking Inspiration From The Big Leagues
Cameron Hooper, Staff Writer • November 3, 2022
Whitfill writes about the privileges he gained when he turned 18.
The Privileges of Turning 18
Connor Whitfill, Staff Writer • October 27, 2022
Birthday Blues
Birthday Blues
Luke Bellinger, Staff Writer • October 20, 2022
Season one of the Marvel TV Show She-Hulk released Aug. 18, 2022 on Disney +. She-Hulk is based on the comic She-Hulk by Stan Lee. Photo by Marvel Studios.
She-Hulk Review: Attorney with Flaws
Connor Whitfill, Staff Writer • November 8, 2022
Halloween Ends released Oct. 14 on Peacock only. The movie, thirteenth in the franchise, featured John Carpenter and Debra Hill. Photo by Universal Pictures.
Halloween Ends: A Scary Disappointment
Cameron Hooper, Staff Writer • November 3, 2022
Nope, the movie, released July 22, 2022. Photo by Universal Pictures
Nope Movie Review
Kiara Williams, Staff Writer • October 7, 2022
The steampunk-style animation aired on Netflix on Nov. 6, 2021. Photo by Riot Games
Arcane: Steampunk Animation Premieres
Connor Whitfill, Staff Writer • September 21, 2022
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