Last weekend, Dog Leg hopped in the car with Elizabeth Miller and headed off to visit her family in Tennessee. Along the way they stopped off at a rest stop to take a pictures.
On the way, they thought about trading in their rides for something a little swankier when they visited the Corvette Museum. Dog Leg thought this one would be a dream ride.
This weekend, Dog Leg attended Ten West Center for the Arts’ Zombie Prom. He was lucky enough to get to his photo taken with Zombie Prom King Quentin Gilliatte and Queen Shana Stutz.
Dog Leg also had the pleasure of meeting up with former MV Current Editor in Chief, Kayla Kollmann and seniors Ryan Dockery, Chelsea Theobald and Ashley Fritz.
Sophomore Braydon Titley also got a chance to hit the dance floor with Dog Leg.
This weekend Dog Leg made a journey down to Brown County. While there, Dog Leg bonded with Tom the turkey.
Dog Leg kept right on making friends while enjoying the lovely Fall weather. This time Dog Leg met Cosmo the real dog.
Over Fall Break, staff photographer Samuel Jobe took Dog Leg to Studio 205 to get a little artsy. While there, Dog Leg got to paint, draw with chalk and check out some pottery.
Dog Leg also had a bit of a surreal experience in this funky room. Dog Leg learned it’s all about perception!
Last weekend, News Editor Maggie Brown took Dog Leg to his first ever Fall Festival. He had a lot of fun watching the race and painting faces.
He even found his twin!
This weekend, Dog Leg went home with Managing Editor Baylie Clevenger to discover the wonder that is Fall.
Like just about every other American, Dog Leg can’t wait for pumpkin spice season either.
This weekend our intrepid mascot Dog Leg met editor in chief Ian Carson’s new kitten, Cam.
Dog Leg and Cam prove cats and dogs can get along as they snuggle.
Ian gets a helping hand studying French from Dog Leg.