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The Rider Online | Legacy HS Student Media

Covering the Bronco Nation.

The Rider Online | Legacy HS Student Media

Covering the Bronco Nation.

The Rider Online | Legacy HS Student Media

Nina Banks, 12, challenges the stereotypes of high school as she reflects on the past four years of her life.

Final Blog

Nina Banks, Assistant Editor May 26, 2022

In middle school, I remember coming to Legacy and thinking that all who made it to high school were geniuses. My teachers would always say, “This won’t fly in high school,” with every missing assignment...

McKenzie Canton, Editor-In-Chief, talks about the ending of high school.

Final Blog

McKenzie Canton, Editor-in-Chief May 26, 2022

It seems like no one stays content in the season of life they’re in. As an 8-year-old I wanted to be 10 so I could hold up all of my hands when people asked how old I was, and when I turned 10 I wanted...

Shaun Ukeje, Staff Writer, reflects on how sports has had a tremendous impact on his life.

More Than a Sports Team: Houston Cougars

Shaun Ukeje, Staff Writer April 15, 2022

My favorite team the Houston Cougars has performed extremely well all college basketball season. I go to see family in Houston all the time, and on top of that my oldest brother has been going to Houston...

McKenzie Canton, Editor-In-Chief, talks about the ending of high school.

Saying Goodbye

McKenzie Canton, Editor-in-Chief March 7, 2022

As a kid, I had sleepovers all of the time with my grandparents, Grammy and Popa. I thought of them as my second parents because they helped raise me and tended to my young parents who were hard working....

Jonah Pedroza, Sports Editor, looks back on how the weight room made him both mentally and physically fit.

At My Best: How Exercise Changed My Life

Jonah Pedroza, Sports Editor February 24, 2022

Growing up, I loved sports. I played youth sports for years, but I could also tell you anything you wanted to know about professional sports. However, I hated actually putting in work to get better. My...

Jonah Pedroza, Sports Editor, looks back on how the weight room made him both mentally and physically fit.

The Impact of an Older Brother

Jonah Pedroza, Staff Writer January 25, 2022

Growing up, I always thought of my older brother as just that, my older brother. There is a five-year gap between us, and up until recently, I had no idea the amount of influence he has on my life. Landry,...

Leilani Fierro, staff writer, had a personal connection to the tragedy at Timberview

What Is Too Far?

Leilani Fierro, Staff Writer January 8, 2022

Across school campuses are the TikTok trend “Devious Lick.” The trend involves students going on TikTok to boast that they've stolen school equipment like soap dispensers, paper towel holders, microscopes,...

Photo courtesy of Office of the Texas Governor, Greg Abbott

Opinion: Crime Stoppers Complicated Processes Makes It Difficult to Report Crimes

Connor Whitfill, Staff Writer December 21, 2021

Crime Stopper’s communities have formed across the nation and they promote citizens to report a crime for some incentive. The ones designed in Texas attract citizens through anonymity, cash incentives,...

Nina Banks, 12, challenges the stereotypes of high school as she reflects on the past four years of her life.

Why Band Is (Kind Of) Cool

Nina Banks, Assistant Editor December 14, 2021

Say the words “band kids” and it usually conjures feelings of disgust and extreme secondhand embarrassment to the average person. As a band kid, going on strong for seven years, I can full-heartedly...

Isaiah Manning, staff writer, talks about how basketball changed his life.

On the Court: How Basketball Changed My Life

Isaiah Manning, Staff Writer December 7, 2021

In the summer of 2016, I started my first ever select basketball season. At the time, basketball didn’t seem like the sport for me. I lacked coordination, couldn’t shoot to save my life and my parents...

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