The Patriot Press

The secret to a generation-defining game: its soundtrack

Samuel Battis, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
When asked to describe a great video game, music is rarely the first attribute that springs to one’s mind.

A senior’s perspective on this year’s brutal college admissions season

Raquel Rossi, Opinion Editor May 11, 2021
College admission rates are always a lifeline for incoming seniors to gauge their chances.

College mail: a step-by-step guide to utilizing your spam folder

Ethan Jackson, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
I open my mailbox as quickly as possible but then freeze. A letter, with my name on it, from a prestigious college.

SEA-STAINABILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY

Ella Gage, Opinion Editor May 11, 2021
The sea: it’s what every single living species evolved from, the source of nearly 20% of the world’s food, the decided form of transportation for over 90% of the economy, the way millions of people make their living, and, perhaps most importantly, the home of an estimated 50-80% of all life on Earth.

Sleeping for science

Charlotte Ury, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
But such is the life of a high school sophomore in a sleep study. Or, more specifically, the life of a sophomore in a study about the impact of sleep on abdominal pain in teenagers. 

Animal rescue Motley Zoo helps save local animals

Allyson Phung, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
Animals are more valuable than the number at the bottom of the veterinary bill—this is one of the first things you’ll see on the  Motley Zoo Animal Rescue’s website.

Online school vs. in-person school: the reality of learning

Tabitha Peacock, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
After attending school online for over a year now, the students and staff at Liberty have had their fair share of ups and downs. But the question is, have students truly learned as much as they did when they were in person?

Zodiac signs and teaching: a totally scientific study (not)

Serena Sherwood, Photo/Social Media Editor May 11, 2021
Zodiac signs have always been blamed for everything good and bad about life.

Prom transformed

Rachel Matteson, News Editor May 11, 2021
Last year’s seniors missed out on one of the biggest events hosted by Liberty: prom. But the Class of 2021 might just be in luck. 

Creating a RIF(t) in the district

Rachel Matteson, News Editor May 11, 2021
In a time of uncertainty as teachers try to work through their new normal, the Issaquah School District has issued a RIF.

The Patriots

Allison Stucky, Entertainment Editor May 11, 2021
Every year, The Hollywood Foreign Press awards Oscars to the best movies and performances.

Misrepresentation and ignorance: the failure of the film industry

Rachel Hines, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
Imagine the very first time a young child with a mental or developmental disability looks up at the television screen and sees a film with an actor that is like them.
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