Signing Your Life Away

Deciding your future when you’re still 18 By Lauren Penington The rational part of our brains are not fully developed and won’t be until around the age of 25. Recent research has, in addition, proved…

The Importance of Suicide Prevention

Shining Light Onto the Darkness By Zoe Cox According to America’s Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States, and about 44,965 people die from suicide…

Peanut Butter Thumbprints

By Sydney Burskey Ingredients: 2 cups of peanut butter 1 cup of sugar 1 cup of packed brown sugar 2 large Nellie’s free Range Eggs 2 tablespoons of vanilla extract 1 cup of Nutella Sea…

Tired Of Being Tired

Why we need a later start time By Ronak Dsouza Aren’t you tired of feeling exhausted in the morning everyday, because you were up all night doing homework? Well how you would you feel if…

Affirmative Action

Is practicing really helping in the way it was intending? By Henley Holland For as long as I can remember, I have been told that your gender or your race are aspects of your life…

School Start Times

Do you get enough sleep on school nights? By Kyra Klay There has always been a debate on how early school start times can affect students and their learning. The human brain is not fully…

AP Calculus BC vs Calculus 3

Which class is more challenging? By Caleb Stuart AP Calculus BC is the most challenging math class offered to students when they are in high school. Some may think that Calculus 3 is more challenging…

Got Gym?

PE Classes at Legend By Joe Ciardullo and Kyra Klay As we get closer to the end of the school year, we also get closer to class registration for next year. There are many important…

Take Two!

The second Wish Week assembly By Shaylee King, Henley Holland, and Lauren Penington   What a week! From the spirit days, to the game stalls, to the after school activities, we’ve made a good Wish…