Mr. Titan Slideshow

Ian Reiss-Hodges shows us exactly how to get ready in the morning.

Photos by Caylin Spilman

Car Wash for After Prom: Huge Success

By Bethany Eveleth $1,078 is a lot of money. That’s almost a semester a Metro State University, 350 black coffees at Starbucks, and what the average American family will spend to send one of their teenagers to prom this year. A lot goes into this night: the outfit, shoes, hair and nails for girls, tickets […]

Newspaper and Yearbook Journey to Conferences

The Newspaper staff traveled to San Diego for their conference. Photo by Carrie Denman

By Aubree Clark Many people went to exciting places this spring break, but students from the Yearbook and Newspaper staffs had the opportunity to travel to two extraordinary places. A group of seven Yearbook staffers went to New York March 18-25 to take part in a scholastic journalism conference hosted by Columbia University. They spent […]

Legend High School’s Calculus Students Strive at Calc Bowl

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  By Prisca To The Calculus students at Legend High School had the opportunity to participate in the annual Calculus Bowl. This event was held on Wednesday, Apr. 9 at Gateway High School. Calculus bowl games are held in Wyoming, Texas, Rhode Island, and now Colorado as well. Students in the calc bowl have one […]

Cap 2 Sets Marvel World on its Head

Captain America and Black Widow team up to unmask the mysterious assassin. Photo courtesy of JSonline.

By: Taylor Hourigan This article contains spoilers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier The next installment in the Captain America franchise has turned the entire world of Marvel on its head. The movie, which stars Chris Evans as the title character, Steve Rogers, A.K.A. Captain America, begins normally enough: Steve and Natasha, A.K.A. the Black […]

Natasha Williams overcomes dyslexia

Nothing can keep senior Natasha Williams from overcoming her dyslexia. Photo by Tara Higgins

By Tara Higgins One in five people in the U.S. lives with dyslexia every day. That’s 20 percent of the country’s population. But of that 20%, an increasing number of affected people have overcome all odds, and surpassed all expectations. Dyslexia is a disorder that affects mostly young children, which causes difficulty in learning to […]

Non-Stop: First Class to Boredom

Liam Neeson texting the anonymous killer

By: Prisca To What do you get when you put Liam Neeson, Lupita Nyong’o, and an anonymous killer on an airplane? The movie Non-Stop, which came out Feb. 28, 2014 created a lot of anticipation and buzz. The preview shows intense action, mystery, and suspense. However, once the movie starts, all expectations leave. The movie […]

Choir Students Rock on with The House Jacks

The Legend Choirs performed with special guests Deke Sharon and the Housejacks on 3/17/14

Photos by Taylor Hourigan

Frozen Yogurt in Parker


By Emma Jones Swirls Price: $.42 per ounce Location: 19751 E Main St. Ste R-4, Parker, CO 80138 With 12 flavors offered, Swirls Frozen Yogurt in Parker, is the place to go if you want fruity, tart flavors. All of their toppings are fresh. The fruit is sliced fresh and you can always see the […]

SAT to drop complex vocab, essay requirement


By Tara Higgins The SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test, renamed SAT Reasoning Test in 2004) has long been used to predict how well a student will perform in college. According to a recent report by The Washington Post published on March 5, “The SAT college admission test will no longer require a timed essay, will dwell […]


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