• Break a Leg

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    Break a Leg

    Rachel Wittenberg, Managing Editor

    Liberty drama students and crew volunteers prepare for this year’s spring musical, “Once Upon a Mattress”, opening on April 25 during the infamous “tech week”. For the weeks leading up to opening night, the full cast of the show and the crew work for hours to perfect all the details of the... READ MORE »»

  • March madness in the commons

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    March madness in the commons

    Trevor Sytsma, Managing Editor

    Students at second lunch chow down as they watch the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament streamed and displayed on the newly installed projector screen. Showing the games at lunches has been a part of ASB’s promotion of March Madness at Liberty, in addition to the brackets each teacher was asked to... READ MORE »»

  • Spellbound

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    Spellbound

    Kalie Murphy, Photo Editor

    During the hypnotist show put on by DECA for mountain to sound greenway, Joe Black hypnotized Hailey Gumm to believe she was a cannibalistic alien from outer space. Zack Toombs looks on and translates her demands for human surrender.

  • Caution: science in progress

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    Caution: science in progress

    Jeremy Stroming, Opinion Editor

    This array of four counters (black and gray paddles in center) detect cosmic rays—highly energetic subatomic particles from outer space. Each flash of blue light on the data card (right) indicates a detected event. The experiment is operated by Jeremy Stroming (12) with advising from science teacher... READ MORE »»

  • Leading the pack

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    Leading the pack

    Rebekah Campbell, Entertainment Editor

    Girls’ basketball coach, Curtis Terry, instructs the team during a timeout in their district tournament game against Holy Names at Bellevue College. The girls ended the game with a 61-57 double overtime win to get into regionals of the state tournament. This will be the first time the girls team has... READ MORE »»

  • Building Up

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    Building Up

    Christine Chappelle, Photo Editor

    Senior Caleb Wooton and Junior Sydney Dybing work on the 2014 robot for Aerial Assist. They will take this robot to compete at Auburn Mountainview on February 28th, and at Shorewood on March 22nd. Dybing said, “I’m really excited about our team’s prospects this year. We’ve... READ MORE »»

  • Pinning a victory

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    Pinning a victory

    Sara Bluhm, Staff Writer

    Junior Connor Small wrestles his opponent during the second round of his last match at the 2014 State Wrestling Competition held at the Tacoma dome. Connor won the match with a pin in the third round, earning him the title of third in state for the 160lb weight class. “It was a long season, but Connor’s... READ MORE »»

  • I Am; We Are

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    I Am; We Are

    Sydney Dybing, Staff Writer

    Liberty juniors express their individuality during the Issaquah School District’s “Be About Week” in early February. Students dressed up in their favorite colors and came to school representing their dream jobs, proudly displaying the many personalities that make up our unique community.

  • Dancing till they drop

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    Dancing till they drop

    Tyler Ackerson, Sports Editor

    The cast of this spring’s musical, Once Upon a Mattres,s practices the choreography for the song “I’m in love with a girl named Fred.”  Choreographer Katy Tabb is new to the Patriot Players, but has performed in numerous musicals including most recently performing as ensemble for Fifth... READ MORE »»

  • Not so hidden talents

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    Not so hidden talents

    Sami Beers, News Editor

    Lorrin Hunt (voice and kazoo), Parker Simpson (voice and guitar), and Aidan McEntire (voice and kazoo) preform a song by Neutral Milk Hotel at the Liberty Talent show in the PAC on February 25. Their group, P.A.L. (a.k.a. The Swolly Mammoths), was one of 15 acts preforming at this year’s show. “I... READ MORE »»

Students will get new classes next year

Joel Tinseth, Staff Writer

Liberty High School will be welcoming a variety of new courses for the 2014-2015 school year, ranging from AP classes for freshmen to new elective courses. Among...  Read More »

February 26, 2014 • 0 comments

UN club participates in university competition

February 26, 2014

DECA coordinates local community service

February 26, 2014

Q and A on construction with Mr. Almy

December 17, 2013

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‘Tis the season to unplug!

Jocelyn Tierney, Staff Writer

When we reflect on what’s important, a few things that come to mind: friends, family, school, sports. What we don’t always realize though is how we ignore...  Read More »

February 26, 2014 • 0 comments

In defense of Common Core

February 26, 2014

Keep your germs at home

February 26, 2014

Cold weather not an excuse for PDA

February 26, 2014

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Womens and mens wrestling teams fight towards state

Taylor Jackson and Nate Jarvis

As the mens wrestling team has expectations to make another appearance in the post-season competitions with returners, the new women’s team...  Read More »

February 26, 2014 • 0 comments

Mens swim and dive takes strong strokes towards state

February 26, 2014

Think twice before you shout

December 10, 2013

Is 3A or 2A the right place for us?

December 10, 2013

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Tanner: the man behind the band

Kendall Isner and Rebekah Campbell

Jared Tanner took over for the band and guitar classes at LHS after filling long-term sub Matt Smtih’s spot and will be teaching here for the foreseeable...  Read More »

November 7, 2013 • 0 comments

The Patriot Players take a new adaptation to an old play

November 7, 2013

Thank you artists

April 26, 2013

There’s an App for that!

March 18, 2013

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