• 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 »»

Just As I Am: One Extra Chromosome

Kenadi Browne and Megan So

Campbell Wyman leads a typical seventh grade life. He plays multiple sports throughout the year, doing especially well in skiing and swimming. He enjoys his elective classes...  Read More »

October 22, 2015 • Comments Off

The journey to success

June 2, 2015

Cheating: is it worth it?

April 20, 2015

Beyond boy and girl

April 16, 2015

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Never too old for trick-or-treating kid

They’ve told you that werewolves aren’t real for years, but you’re not so sure. For most of the year, you’re fine. But, when October rolls around, your sixth sense...  Read More »

October 28, 2015 • Comments Off

The only senior in a freshman class kid

October 28, 2015

How to (Attempt) to Survive the New SAT

October 28, 2015

College students tell all: Sage advice for college apps

October 28, 2015

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Recent Additions to Liberty: New additions to the Patriot staff

Skyler Radford and Allie Bowe

Motoko Abe Subject: Japanese “All the students here are nice and I like the nature here. Texas was very different! I want to make the Japanese program bigger and make...  Read More »

October 22, 2015 • Comments Off

Humans of Liberty: Get to know your fellow Patriots!

October 22, 2015

Crash Course: the road to smart driving

June 2, 2015

Your part in participation

April 22, 2015

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Science research project provides vegetables for L-Cafe

Bella Francavilla, Staff Writer

The halls at Liberty are going to be greener, thanks to Mark Buchli’s AP physics class. The class is currently improving the old aqua phonics lab they were using last year...  Read More »

October 19, 2015 • Comments Off

Out with the old, in with the new SAT

October 19, 2015

Liberty juniors sing their way to National Honor Choir

October 19, 2015

Patriot Profile: Ashley Montague’s The Song of the Storybird takes flight

October 19, 2015

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Tearing off labels: a vital part of the teenage experience

Logan Allan, Online Editor

The teenage years are mostly spent with mountains of homework, a plethora of hobbies, and a fair amount of socializing. Maybe for a few, their social time is cut because they...  Read More »

October 28, 2015 • Comments Off

United States should step up its aid in the Syrian Crisis

October 28, 2015

Complaining about rain weighs us all down

October 28, 2015

Growing up with construction has destroyed our high school years

October 28, 2015

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Q&A with the Stars: Truman Ricks and Anna Woldstad

Jocelyn Tierney, Entertainment Editor

“As You Like It” is this year’s fall play that will be showing November 19, 20, and 21. It has drama, comedy, action, and music all taking place in a steampunk forest....  Read More »

October 21, 2015 • Comments Off

Best Haunted Houses in the 425

October 21, 2015

Fall Bucket List

October 21, 2015

The Drowsy Chaperone: anything but a snooze

June 2, 2015

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