Guitar Concert Preview Video: Tyler Fast

Tyler Fast gives the faculty a preview of one of the songs he’ll play at Thursday’s Guitar Concert. The show is April 24, 7 p.m., in the Legend theatre.

Tick, Tock, Time for the ACT!

Junior students are preparing to take the ACT April 23.

By Doann Tran With the ACT rapidly approaching on April 23, Juniors are filled with anticipation as they’re counting down the days to take this college admissions test. For those who don’t know what the ACT is, it’s basically a standardized test that tests in four subjects; math, english, science, and writing. Altogether, it consists […]

Prom Checklist


By Emma Jones Guys and Girls Week Before – Make sure you asked your special someone. -Get your friends together for your group. -Have a place to take pictures. -Make dinner reservations. -Buy your tickets. You can buy them online or during lunches. ( -Fill out your After Prom Waiver. ( -Figure out how you are […]

Legend Math teacher Michael Cordova shoots hoops at Denver Nuggets Game (video clip)

By Mikayla Roberts  It’s a Denver Nuggets fan’s dream to step out onto the court and shoot hoops to win free gear and tickets. And for math teacher Michael Cordova that opportunity came his way March 31, 2014. “It was right place and right time, a PR for the Nuggets came up to me and […]

Second part of the season looks dangerous for struggling Legend baseball

By Caleb Friginal Legend baseball came into the 2014 season with high hopes and even higher expectations, as they were ranked sixth in the CHSAA preseason poll. But things haven’t panned out for this young team as they sit at (4-9) halfway through the season. As was the case with 2013 Colorado Rockies, this years […]

Legend baseball drops third straight in 4-2 loss to Rock Canyon

Junior Dakota Marley pitches his team leading 28 inning in the Titans' 4-2 loss to Rock Canyon.

By Kyle Kercheval Despite a late sixth inning rally, Legend Titans’ baseball drops their third straight as they fell to the Rock Canyon Jaguars 4-2 at Double Angle Field on Wednesday night. Junior Dakota Marley did it all in the effort, pitching the first complete game of his varsity career, allowing four runs on six […]

Oculus Reflects Quality Film-Making

By Kati Dann The much anticipated horror movie Oculus came out this past weekend to impressed audiences everywhere. The film, with its mixture of horror, psychologically thrilling and dramatic elements, met and even exceeded expectations of horror-movie lovers. The film opens with an immediately bone-chilling scene as two young children hide from their gun-toting father. […]

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 […]


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