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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

Beyond Limits is the name, dog shows are the game!

Katarzyna Nguyen, Staff Writer June 8, 2022
While she hasn’t gone to any national dog shows yet, junior Dawn Pachenker shows her dogs, all American Bullies, in dog shows across Washington. They started competing five years ago in 2017 after her dog had passed away.

Kurtz’s krazy tea kollection

Sofia Kovalenko, Beat Editor June 2, 2022
Tea drinking can be an intense experience–personal, revealing, introspective–and AP World teacher Peter Kurtz knows all about it. 

Liberty staff retirees will be missed

Lucas Counts and Hannah Kim May 17, 2022
As the school year approaches a close, some Liberty staff plan to hang up the their room keys for good. Below are some of these staff who we want to celebrate.

Pats with tats

Olivia Briggs and Nicole Treece May 17, 2022
Whether the art represents a personal story or a random one, tattoos have been a popular artistry for hundreds of years. We’ve decided to see how Liberty—from students to staff—has used this art form for themselves. Here are five Patriots and their unique tattoo stories.

When the student becomes the teacher

Hannah Kim, Editorial Board Member March 25, 2022
It’s 9:30 a.m. on an A-day. Students in Mr. Kennedy’s second-period AP Calculus AB begin to file through the door.

Cinderella: meet the characters

Nicole Treece, Spotlight Editor March 25, 2022
Are you coming to the ball?

Freshman Feature: Annalise Lewis

Hannah Kim, Editorial Board Member March 25, 2022
Inspired by CBS news’ “Everybody Has A Story” segment, in the Freshman Feature, we will use a random generator to pick a freshman at Liberty to interview. Then we find out their story and share it with you. In this issue, meet freshman Annalise Lewis!

слава україні (glory to ukraine)

Chelsea Hu, Staff Writer March 25, 2022
3 million Ukrainian refugees flee to safety. 250,000 Ukrainian soldiers fight for their lives and their beloved nation. One Ukrainian-American girl watches across the Pacific Ocean, waiting for news of her family, protesting for the rights of her people.

Don’t paint the town, paint the halls of Liberty

Nicole Treece, Spotlight Editor February 4, 2022
Da Vinci has the Lourve, Monet has the Met, Picasso has The Reina Sofia, and aspiring Liberty artists have the hallways.

Home sweet Liberty

Tabitha Peacock, Spotlight Editor February 4, 2022
The high school experience consists of three things: making friends, challenging yourself, and senioritis.
Classroom turned into car meet

Classroom turned into car meet

Olivia Briggs, Editorial Board Member February 4, 2022

Five Senior boys Aiden Medeiros, Justin Sikes, Anthony Lindsay, Christopher Baham, and Jaxon Love have been collecting Hotwheels-customisable miniature cars. They bring these collections to school for...

High School Musical 4: The Netherlands edition

Tabitha Peacock, Spotlight Editor November 4, 2021
When most people want to spice up their lives, they dye their hair or get a piercing.
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