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How to Start a Club

Jazmine Necessary, 12, leads the Interact meeting on Sep. 12. Interact Club meets Wednesdays.

Jada Gantt, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

Often good ideas for new student organizations arise, but no one understands how to turn ideas into a fully functioning club. Brainstorm Ideas To get people interested in your organization it requires tremendous amounts of observation skills. Observe your peers and determine what they identify wi...

Review: Sierra Burgess is a Loser

Review: Sierra Burgess is a Loser

Summer Barakat, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

**SPOILERS** Sierra Burgess is a loser. The movie Sierra Burgess tries to promote the idea of loving yourself no matter your size or looks. However, the storyline does not portray this well. They use looks as an excuse to be a bad person. The movie begins with Sierra (Shannon Purser) wrappe...

Fun Jobs For High School

Brooke Johnson writes about cool places to work.

Brooke Johnson, Staff Writer

September 17, 2018

Students often do not know where to start when looking for a job. Over and over again people recommend applying to restaurants and fast foods places. Instead of applying to jobs which can get boring after a while, check out this list of places to apply outside of the usual fast food and restaurant chains...

Review: Albums of Summer 2018

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Micaih Thomas, Entertainment Editor

September 10, 2018

Before school ended, I wrote a list of all the upcoming albums that would release this summer. I listened to them, indulged in them and now the time has come. Time for the best music review of 2018.  YE- On July 1st, Kanye blessed us with his self-titled album, YE. On Twitter, Yeezy posted scre...

How to Survive High School

How to Survive High School

Kamryn Hannigan, Staff Writer

August 30, 2018

School started and with it came the season of new school supplies and the smell of freshly sharpened pencils (although, who really uses wooden pencils anymore). With the bells already looped and class back in session, we have some decisions to make- what should we do to improve this year? Stay pre...

Freshman Impressions of High School

Freshman Impressions of High School

Benita Orie, Yearbook Copy Editor

August 20, 2018

First-day anxiety plagues the minds of everyone resuming school in the fall. From what to wear, to how to ace that math class even after most people have warned against taking it. Yes, first-day anxiety- especially for incoming freshman. New changes to dress code, AP exams, class rank calculation and even improved safety precautions signal a wave of new beginnings and fresh i...

Top 5 Group Activities

Journalism students play a group game at lock-in.

Melissa De La Cruz, Personalities Editor

July 15, 2018

There comes a point in life where we all join a certain club, organization or team. All groups have one thing in common: teamwork. What better way to get to know the people around you than to go through a course of fun-filled group activities for all? Here’s a list of competitive entertainment to ke...

6 Summer Snacks

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Summer Barakat, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018

Summer snacks pacify the everyday cravings for food, while also making for picture-perfect and aesthetically pleasing Instagram posts. Munch on these this summer. North American Cantaloupe Although this cantaloupe cannot be found everywhere, hunting the extra mile for it will definitely be worth i...

Review: Cabaret

Review: Cabaret

Cameron Dudzinski, Staff Writer

May 9, 2018

Legacy Musical Theater students performed their annual Cabaret show on May 3. This year’s theme, “A Light in the Darkness” contained a variety of musical numbers; solos, duets and group numbers. Students choreographed the entire show aside from the opening number. The show contained different symbols of dark...

Upcoming Summer Movies 2018

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Micaih Thomas, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018

Eighth Grade- Everybody remembers 8th grade. Back when image seemed so important, when puberty stood at its worse and cringeness at its finest. Eighth Grade takes us on a journey of the average 21st century teenager. It captures the story of Kayla, a 14 year old girl who has trouble being outgoing, so ...