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Liberty alumnus Sar DuVall launches into art career

Ashtyn Sakamoto, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

Just days after graduating college, former Liberty student Sar DuVall was hired for a massive project: illustrating a 220-page graphic novel. The novel was written by Peter Tomasi, who is an established writer for DC and Marvel....

New courses for the 2019-20 school year

April 7, 2019

This year, four new courses are being added to Liberty: Astronomy, Applied Algebra II, Unified PE, and Percussion.

The Patriot Press guide to course selection

Caitlyn Croppi, Assistant News Editor

April 7, 2019

Choosing the right courses can be confusing so use this chart, your teachers, the counselors, and their website for help.

National History Day competitors shoot for nationals

Ella Gage, Staff Writer

April 6, 2019

There isn’t enough emphasis put on history in class,” sophomore Allyson Mangus said. She and fellow sophomore Tori Cormier will be competing at State for National History Day at Central Washington University on May 5. As they...

Morning of the Snowstorm

Matthew Rubenstein, Online Editor

April 6, 2019

Halfway down the hill, the bus loses traction and turns almost completely sideways, blocking the road. Still without traction, the bus begins to slide sideways down the hill, tilting dangerously close to flipping over. As the b...

Illegal parking plagues Liberty

Illegal parking plagues Liberty

Daniel Noble, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

The Garage fights for mental health in teenagers

Caitlyn Croppi, Assistant News Editor

April 4, 2019

A safe space, a free counselor, a night of education, and a dog: The Garage Teen cafe pulls out all the stops to help the teenagers of this community. Depression, anxiety, panic, and many other serious mental disorders are something...

Behind the scenes: Liberty’s Curriculum Changes

Emily Bassett, News Editor

April 4, 2019

Curriculum is changed for each subject every seven or so years. In some cases, like with the science curriculum, the materials are updated about every ten years. “Some things that prompt the need for updated materials are books...

Eight snow days. Four late AP tests.

Caitlyn Croppi, Assistant News Editor

April 4, 2019

If you give a school eight snow days, the school will push back four AP test, and if you push back four AP tests, rumors will spread that the push-back tests are much harder. This February, Liberty had eight snow days because...

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