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Online classes grow in popularity

Bridget Ury, Photography Editor

March 19, 2019

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“Let me tell you—my mom definitely had no factor in me taking online bio and definitely no factor in me finishing a year of bio in two months,” junior Raj Duraisamy, who took online biology freshman year, said. In recent...

The nuts and bolts of build season

Caitlyn Croppi, News Editor

March 19, 2019

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“Hectic, time-consuming, and exciting.” These are the words of the head of design junior Jay Beeman to describe Robotics during build season. Build season is the most important part of Robotics, according to senior pre...

A year of firsts for LSN

Naia Willemsen, Staff Writer

March 19, 2019

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It’s a Friday morning after a long week. You’ve just taken a math test, and as you walk into your second class, a glimmer of hope comes into view: it’s an LSN day. Liberty Student Network, or LSN, has long been a much-anticipated...

Restaurant Wars take over L’cafe

Caitlyn Croppi, News Editor

March 19, 2019

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From Top Chef to Liberty High School, the L’Cafe is taking on its own rendition of Restaurant Wars. There are eleven different restaurants that the L’Cafe will be remade into in the span of eleven weeks, and the customers...

HOSA: not just medical DECA

Naia Willemsen, Staff Writer

March 19, 2019

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Every student at Liberty has heard about DECA...but what about HOSA? A new club to Liberty, HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) has been called, by some, the medical version of DECA. “HOSA is basically an organization...

Staff go on Learning Walks

E, News Editor

March 19, 2019

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You may have seen them, walking around the school and sitting in the back of your classrooms, observing. In January, Ross Matheny and a group of about ten other teachers participated in a program allowing them to learn from their...

Snowpocalypse ruins a night at the movies

Bridget Ury, Photography Editor

March 1, 2019

Filed under Clubs, News

And the Oscar goes to... Tolo being canceled. Key Club’s Tolo has unfortunately been canceled three of the four previous years. However, Tolo wasn’t canceled due to underachieving ticket sales this year. Rather, it is due...

Science Olympiad scores big at invitational

Bridget Ury, Photography Editor

March 1, 2019

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“I thought that both of my build events were total garbage but it turns out that only one of them was total garbage,” junior Yegor Kuznetsov said about his mouse trap car at the most recent Science Olympiad invitational. “The...

DECA moves on to state

DECA moves on to state

February 28, 2019

Underfunding nearly causes district wide paraeduacator strike

Ella Gage, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019

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No school. A potential result of a strike that never actually happened. District-wide, school could have been closed. Some of the most underpaid staff in the district may have gone another year without the money adequate to live...

Boy Scouts of Liberty: setting a daily example

Nick Vanni, Staff Writer

January 8, 2019

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Hiking, leadership training, rafting, and video games. These things may seem completely unrelated to each other, but as it turns out, they can all be brought back to one thing: Boy Scouts. They are just a few of the many events...

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