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Society vs. Technology: Can we keep up?

Storm Bermudez

May 30, 2013


Filed under Column, Online Exclusives

The Time magazine cover of a young girl consumed with taking a “selfie” with the bold words describing my generation as “lazy, entitled narcissists who still live with their parents,” would probably irk the attention of two kinds of passer-by: the Millenial generation described or their parents. In...

Son of Norway

Jacob Johnston

May 30, 2013


Filed under Online Exclusives, Photo of the Day

Junior Olaf Grette professionally presents his ethnography project. U.S. History students were tasked to trace their lineages as far back as possible and determine how it influenced them today.

More spaces for safety

Rachel Wittenberg and Rachel Wittenberg

May 30, 2013


Filed under Column, Online Exclusives

The construction situation at Liberty is… less than par. And the aspect of Liberty life that suffers the most is student parking. Administration and construction officials need to take into consideration the next couple years that this aspect needs much more attention than it has been getting. For...

Choosing passion as a route to success

Christine Chappelle and Christine Chappelle

May 2, 2013


Filed under Opinion

High school students are at the time in their life when their activities and decisions start affecting the future, so students should choose wisely by following their passions. Being passionate about a subject makes it more interesting to learn, study, and do repeatedly. Most importantly, your career...

Don’t trash our future

Akielly Hu and Akielly Hu

May 2, 2013


Filed under Opinion

How Liberty’s trash management—or lack thereof—negatively affects both our school and the environment Trash has been a huge problem lately at Liberty—and we know this already. Our need to pick up our garbage has been addressed again and again with posters in the hall about recycling, Biolog...

The art of a full education

Joe Dapper, Joe Dapper, Joe Dapper, and Joe Dapper

May 2, 2013


Filed under Opinion

Maywood coined the phrase “Math is everywhere”, following the national trend, preaching that math and science is most crucial for America’s future: that students must be proficient in these subjects in order to be successful. The public places emphasis on math and science test scores and these...

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