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What’s not cancelled?

What's not cancelled?

Khanh Dao, Feature Editor

June 15, 2020

Road trips, sightseeing, and sunbathing. In Washington's countryside, life seems untouched by the coronavirus pandemic.

In a World of Chaos

In a World of Chaos

Sylvie Cao, Managing Editor

June 12, 2020

A glance at headlines and images from Reuters, Forbes, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and CNN shows a snapshot of the political and economic turmoil not just in the United States, but around the world. These tumultuous times are a result of both the global coronavirus pandemic and the tragic death of George Floyd catalyzing civic unrest in response to the centuries-old racial tensions surrounding him.

Through quarantine

Through quarantine

Elizabeth Yan, Staff Writer

June 12, 2020

Even through quarantine, athletes and dancers continue to work towards their dreams.

John Lennon Quote

John Lennon Quote

Naomi Sato, Staff Writer

June 12, 2020

COVID-19 work day

COVID-19 work day

Serena Sherwood, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

"Chantel Turner and her co-worker get ready for another day of work at a COVID-19 testing center. "People don't know about little things like how cold it is in the tent or that all efforts have been focused on combating COVID-19 at the hospital now. It's really different than what it was like just a month ago," Turner said.

5 Good things going on in the world right now

Brianna Nelson, Entertainment Editor

June 9, 2020

As we are all aware the last few months have been rough and the world is in an unstable place. But not everything is bad, there have been a lot of good things that have happened that haven’t been talked about. 

Health care heroes

Health care heroes

Madeline Parrish, Staff Writer

June 3, 2020

Even during this pandemic, health care workers (and other frontline workers) are continuing to risk their lives to help others.

Sunset

Sunset

Dhwani Porecha, Staff Writer

June 3, 2020

Life is too short to not chase that beautiful sunset.

Washington’s weather

Washington's weather

Nick Vanni, Beyond Liberty Editor

June 3, 2020

This photo/art hybrid combines one picture in the rain and one in the sun, in order to show our area's often-bipolar weather that regularly shifts drastically across the day

Blast off

Blast off

Haley Archer, Senior Writer

June 2, 2020

Maple Hills fourth grader Emerson Archer watches the historic launch of the SpaceX Dragon, a beacon of inspiration and hope in these uncertain times.

Seattle Protests

Seattle Protests

Allison Stucky, Staff Writer

June 2, 2020

A Seattle business is boarded up amidst protests over George Floyd's death. Many local businesses and corporations have boarded up their windows after looting and fires erupted in the city on Saturday. The morning after the first day of protests, citizens came together to clean up the streets and leave positive messages.

Hidden Talents

Elizabeth Yan, Staff Writer

June 2, 2020

We’ve been stuck in quarantine for over a month now, unable to go out and socialize. With so much time on your hands, it’s a perfect opportunity to dust off your learning skills and pick up a new activity! From embroidering to baking, Liberty patriots are beginning to find new talents! With th...

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