• Hawaiians vs. Hunters
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    Hawaiians vs. Hunters

    Sydney Willoughby, Staff Writer

    Tyra Christopherson turns the corner on Savannah Metger, as she rushes another eight yards to end the play. The Powder Puff Football game, the Hawaiians versus the Hunters, ended in a 0-0 draw on Oct. 21. “I had an amazing time when playing with other senior girls. Even though I didn’t really know... READ MORE »»

  • Club Fair 2k15
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    Club Fair 2k15

    Issabelle Hayden, Senior Writer

    There are over twenty clubs at Liberty, offering students many different ways to get involved and meet new people with similar interests. Clubs get the chance to show themselves off and recruit new members at the club fair run by Director of clubs, Megan Kirschner.

  • Pink inspires
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    Pink inspires

    Mandy Latham, Staff Writer

    The  varsity girls’ soccer team won with a score of 4-0 in the Patriots in Pink game against Lake Washington. The girls soccer team decided to kick some soccer balls in the name of breast cancer. “The game was extremely inspirational and raised both awareness and money for breast cancer,” junior... READ MORE »»

  • Growing Greens
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    Growing Greens

    Tyra Christopherson, Opinion Editor

    The aquaponics unit strawberry plants grow in the back of science teacher Lindsey Lattanzio’s classroom with the help of fluorescent lights and nutrient-rich water. Five students have taken on the aquaponics system this year in an independent research class, and their main task is to expand the current... READ MORE »»

  • It’s Science
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    It’s Science

    Kenadi Browne

    Students in AP Biology carefully drop a yeast solution into calcium carbonate in order to complete their first major lab.  The lab allows students to test the effects of environmental factors on the function of an enzyme. “AP Biology allows us to investigate and explore the organisms around us,”... READ MORE »»

  • Cars and classic food
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    Cars and classic food

    Ian Page, Staff Writer

    On March 1st local restaurant “XXX Root Beer” held their 3rd annual import cars meet. This meet up of car enthusiasts highlighted both the European and Japanese car scenes and resulted in a turnout of more than three-thousand people in the Pacific Northwest region. Thanks to a large presence of I... READ MORE »»

  • Dedicated training
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    Dedicated training

    Tyra Christopherson, Staff Writer

    Breathing hard, ponytail flying, junior Carlyn Schmidgall runs hard on her second day of practice for track and field. This year, the track team is comprised of over 100 athletes who compete in events ranging from sprints to hurdles to javelin. With the move down to 2A, the coaches expect to have a successful... READ MORE »»

  • Swoosh!  Hey, we’re number one!
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    Swoosh! Hey, we’re number one!

    Sara Bluhm, Photography Editor

    Liberty’s Lady Patriots took to the court Saturday, February 24th against the Sammamish Totems and won 54-44. Pictured above the team poses while holding the 2A bracket and trophy with which they were awarded. “After we won everyone on the team got to cut a piece of the hoop from the rim. None of... READ MORE »»

  • A bloody good time
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    A bloody good time

    Hannah Matson, Design Editor

    Forensics student Jade Stair (12) analyzes the results of a Kastle-Meyer test in the “Stained with Suspicion” lab on February 26.  The Kastle-Meyer test is a presumptive test used by forensic scientists to test for the presence of blood on evidence collected at crime scenes.  Here, the pastel-pink... READ MORE »»

Good morning, sleep deprivation

Kenadi Browne and Megan So

A Day in the Life of Liberty Students “Typically, I wake up at about 6 a.m. and come to school. After school, I have swim until 5:30, and then I go home and do homework...  Read More »

December 1, 2015 • Comments Off

Just As I Am: One Extra Chromosome

October 22, 2015

The journey to success

June 2, 2015

Cheating: is it worth it?

April 20, 2015

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Too Kool 4 Skool Kid

It’s not as if you woke up and decided to be the coolest guy around. It kinda just…happened. After all, planning ahead is for your parents. Lame. You get in your car—it’s...  Read More »

December 7, 2015 • Comments Off

Way too early for Christmas kid

December 7, 2015

Rumors abound of yet another fall holiday

December 7, 2015

Ca-ching, ca-chow, ca-choo: Bill Nye is that you?

December 7, 2015

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Bella Oliver, bending and blending into a new school

Fiona Hinkulow, Senior Writer

For six weeks last summer, Senior Bella Oliver lived in Japan, going to school and experiencing Japanese culture first-hand. With the help of a scholarship from Youth for...  Read More »

December 1, 2015 • Comments Off

Recent Additions to Liberty: New additions to the Patriot staff

October 22, 2015

Humans of Liberty: Get to know your fellow Patriots!

October 22, 2015

Crash Course: the road to smart driving

June 2, 2015

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Why people are pushing away from APUSH

Sabrina Suen, Staff Writer

In the past few years, Liberty has welcomed a plethora of new AP classes. Be it AP Chemistry, AP World History, or AP Human Geography, administrators and students alike have...  Read More »

December 1, 2015 • Comments Off

Logan's Usable boychoir

American Boychoir comes in on high note

December 1, 2015

Teaching Academy prepares students for classroom careers

December 1, 2015

Wind ensemble

Wind Ensemble fosters Liberty community spirit

December 1, 2015

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Play it forward: support Liberty’s music programs

Issabelle Hayden, Senior Writer

Head over to the 1200 wing and what do you hear? Trumpets sounding? Voices harmonizing? The pizzicato of violins? All of the above? No matter which of our three musical programs...  Read More »

December 7, 2015 • Comments Off

Cultural Appropriation: where to draw the line between honoring and mocking

December 7, 2015

The books aren’t just furniture: take advantage of the books of the Liberty library

December 7, 2015

Skip the unnecessary skip days, seniors!

December 7, 2015

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Patriot Press Reviews: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Wyatt Waters, Staff Writer

Amidst the endless uninspired military first-person-shooters, there are few games in the action genre that remind people of what an excellent video game looks like. Metal...  Read More »

December 7, 2015 • Comments Off

Patriot Press Reviews: The Martian

December 7, 2015

Patriot Press Reviews: Scream Queens

December 7, 2015

Star Wars fans eagerly await for The Force to awaken

December 7, 2015

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