Why learning a language, even the basics, can be necessary By Emily Byrd and Lauren Penington Our world is full of many different languages, none … Continue reading Language Barriers When Traveling
Tips for planning an international trip By Emily Byrd and Lauren Penington Traveling out of the country can be both exciting and worrying. Exhilarating because … Continue reading Travel Trials and Tribulations
Best classes of the LHS Music Department By Joe Ciardullo and Kyra Klay For students interested in anything related to music, Legend has a big selection … Continue reading Music Department
An Inside View on Preparing for Nationals By Terrez Atencio and Reilly Sullivan With Nationals coming up in three weeks, the Varsity cheer team is working hard to prepare for the biggest competition of the year. Legend will be competing against teams from all across the nation in what will be a three stage competition. First though, they must make it through preliminaries to get to the semi-finals. Once they make it through semi-finals they can head to the finals. “I have never been to Nationals, but I am excited to see what will happen and [I’m] hoping we … Continue reading The Road to Nationals
The science behind the snow (or lack thereof) By Larissa Geilen, Grace Miller, and Hannah Schlote Many people are wondering where the snow is this … Continue reading It’s Snow Joke
Legend’s admin presents solutions to help solve parking issues By Zoe Cox, Brittany Gleason, and Connor Rakers As class sizes grow every year, Legend High … Continue reading Parking Solutions
Students and administrators speak out against Legend’s growing size By Zoe Cox, Brittany Gleason, and Conner Rakers Legend has experienced issues regarding parking and student overcrowding … Continue reading Is Legend Too Crowded?
Five things to consider when buying a snowboard By Larissa Geilen, Grace Miller, and Hannah Schlote Living in Colorado practically makes you a snowboarder, or skier, by default. Sorry skiers, but this article is for the riders. The following is a quick-guide for buying a new snowboard. Whether it’s your first board or you’ve been riding for years, this guide can help you find the best choice for your ability level and riding style. Ability Level A snowboarder’s ability level is ranked as such: beginner, intermediate, advanced and expert. If your ability level falls between beginner-intermediate, you don’t need … Continue reading So You Think You Ride?
Why is a 60 percent passing? By Shaylee King and Lauren Penington When did a D become a passing grade? When everyone became idiots. No one … Continue reading D is for Dying Standards