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Caffeine Conoisseur

Caffeine Conoisseur

Jordan Carlson, Backpage Editor

January 26, 2015

The Caffeine craze hits liberty. Joel Tinseth here is testing the limits of caffeine consumption and destroying it. As featured in this picture, Joel’s 100 oz container commonly known as the Chuginator is used on the daily for caffeinated energy drink consumption. Nobody knows the full extent of caffeine...

Decadent work for DECA

Decadent work for DECA

Ellie Hohensinner, News Editor

January 26, 2015

Students in Advanced Marketing are working on their 30-page business operation papers to qualify for the State DECA Competition. They are adding the final touches to their papers for the January 13 submission date. “The paper was a lot of work, but I think it will be beneficial. I am happy for the...

Revving up

Revving up

Christine Chappelle, Photography Editor

January 26, 2015

Junior Naoki Lucas inspects the new mecanum drive base for the 2015 robot with the assistance of mentor Andy Polsin.  This year’s robot will compete in Recycle Rush on February 28th at Auburn Mountainview and on March 21st at Shoreline.  “I have always enjoyed playing mechanically, so combining my inter...

ASB shows some heart

ASB shows some heart

Betsy Faris, Staff Writer

January 26, 2015

This is one of the amazing posters the ASB students have made for the American Heart association fundraiser. Our school is one of the best fundraising schools for this association. ASB’s goal is to raise more than we did last year, which would mean surpassing ten thousand dollars.

Striving for Sustainability

Striving for Sustainability

Anne Wu, Staff Writer

January 15, 2015

Senior Jin Chen and Junior Yana Lozina analyze graphs of the Performing Art Center’s energy consumption for an ongoing sustainability project launched by the Physettes’ Club. "The PAC project is about using school data on energy consumption to establish a future plan of more sustainable energy usage. We...

Ratifying recruitments

Ratifying recruitments

Trevor Sytsma, Editor-In-Chief

December 8, 2014

Senior swimmer Mackenna Briggs and senior wrestler Conner Small sign National Letters of Intent to the University of San Diego and Arizona State University, respectively. The National Letter of Intent Signing Day was held on November 12, 2014, at high schools all across the nation. In exchange for formally...

Many voices, one song

Many voices, one song

Signe Stroming, Editor-In-Chief

December 8, 2014

Members of the Liberty Singers, one of three choirs at Liberty, practice their song “I’ll Be Home,” under with instruction from choral director Robin Wood. This song and several others will be performed at the annual winter music concert on December 9 at 7:00 in the Landback Auditorium. “My favorite...

Sexuality “myth busters”

Sexuality “myth busters”

Logan Allen, Staff Writer

December 8, 2014

At the Gay-Straight Alliance club meeting on November 19th, 2014, sophomores Evian Adams and Kenadi Browne educate the club members on the myths about LGBT youth. Adams further educates the club members about questioning teens. “A lot of times people tell teens that they wouldn’t know about thei...

Children’s play promises cheer

Children’s play promises cheer

Kenadi Browne, Staff Writer

December 8, 2014

Freshmen Joseph Hughes, Truman Ricks, and Nick Cacchione read through the upcoming children’s play,  Ernie’s Incredible Illucinations. The Patriot Players began rehearsals for the play during the first week of December. “I’m really excited about this play. It’s going to be a great experien...

Making the move to Edgebrook

Making the move to Edgebrook

Joel Tinseth, The Beat Editor

December 8, 2014

Since the beginning of December, the men’s swim and dive team has been practicing at an outdoor pool in Bellevue due to the closure of the pool in Issaquah. The move to the outdoor pool has subjected the team and its coaches to sub-zero temperatures and overall discomfort. “Though this clearly undesirable,...

Cookin’ up some yumminess

Cookin’ up some yumminess

Jocelyn Tierney, Entertainment Editor

December 8, 2014

L’Café opened last Friday and has been a huge hit since. They had to overcome and meet the difficult health guidelines but in the end they devolved a menu that was both delicious and healthy.

Snowcoming stirs up smiles

Snowcoming stirs up smiles

Jacqueline Rayfield, Opinion Editor

December 8, 2014

Liberty gears up for snowcoming week with a great lineup of spirit days. Students will be able to sport their favorite cozy pajamas on Monday the 8th for this service based spirit week. “I love being able to wear my pajamas and support service at the same time,” junior Isabelle Hayden said....

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