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The Patriot Press

Forum for student expression since 1977

The Patriot Press

Forum for student expression since 1977

The Patriot Press

Finals in a pandemic

Raquel Rossi, Opinion Editor March 19, 2021
Imagine open-book finals from the comfort of your own home, without teachers breathing down your neck or students zipping through the exam while you just stare blankly at the first question.
Purging your closet

Purging your closet

Raquel Rossi, Opinion Editor October 9, 2020

I think the closest thing to being reborn is cleaning out your closet. There’s just something about sorting through your wardrobe, separating out the items you don’t wear, and reorganizing the clothes...

This amazing earth

This amazing earth

Emma Decasa, Editorial Board Member May 12, 2020
"Despite troubling times, I'm always grateful for this amazing earth, and sometimes it's nice to focus on the beauty of it when it seems like everything else is going wrong. So, with our spring showers, we can finally enjoy these May flowers."
Pencil lead dealers

Pencil lead dealers

Emma Decasa, Editorial Board Member March 22, 2020

Not all heroes wear capes. Some just give you pencil lead. And these heroes come in clutch at just the right moment. We all know the feeling of sitting in class about to take a test when you click your...

What’s good on…where’s the beef?

Khanh Dao, Staff Writer May 12, 2019

It’s what keeps our bathrooms’ soap supply running, our parking lots civilized, and our world spinning. The “beef” is an essential human right as much as it is a human need. I’m referring to...

The blessings of Journalism

The blessings of Journalism

Tatum Lindquist, Editor in Chief April 19, 2019

Before dawn breaks, Liberty students’ fingers falter over the keys to complete a somewhat, coherent essay—scratch that, a rough draft with “ideas”. Who even cares why Atticus’ watch is broken?...

Studying with LibertyMathandStuff

Nathan Jackson, Editor In Chief March 15, 2019

The night before a big test can be a stressful one. You have no idea what’s going on and the clock is ticking. For most, they simply give up and go to bed. But those who study within the hallowed halls...

Random compliments: the best holiday gift

Kaitlyn Keyes, Photography Editor December 18, 2018

We’ve all had those days: your alarm clock went off late, you missed the bus, forgot you had a CRO due, tanked a test, and to top it all off, hadn’t even had time to make yourself coffee in the morning....

Door-opening angels

Allison Rafert, Opinion Editor September 26, 2018

While walking to class on the familiar route that I’ve used for the past three years, I absentmindedly exit the cafeteria and head down the stairs. The steps appear eerily unoccupied, and as I reach...

The reclaim bin is your new cornucopia

Elise Sickinger, Backpage Editor December 15, 2017

Just imagine: you’re starving. Every morning you wake up, quickly get dressed, and rush out the door to Liberty—no time to pack a lunch—yet you’ve forgotten your wallet, and can’t buy food either....

Random acts of kindness

Hallie Chen, Editor In Chief December 15, 2017

Your Liberty sports bag may look pretty snazzy, but coupled with a fifty-pound backpack, bassoon, P.E. shoes, and a $6 lunch from the Patriot Pantry, you’re having a pretty hard time getting around campus....

What’s good: Falling in love with fall

Madison Prather, Staff Writer November 9, 2017

Besides being aesthetically pleasing for your Instagram photos, the color change in leaves--from green to all shades of red, orange, yellow, and purple--adds a spot of happiness to an otherwise dismal...

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