The Patriot Press

Q & A with the yearbook editors

Ella Williamson, Staff Writer March 19, 2021
Our yearbook staff is responsible for the book of memories we receive at the end of every school year, but what happens to the yearbook when our lives at Liberty get flipped upside down?

Harry Styles inspires fashion at Liberty

Ella Williamson, Staff Writer March 19, 2021
Junior Cora Myre has taken this time to hone her knitting skills, which she is now putting to use by recreating the iconic patchwork cardigan originally worn by pop singer Harry Styles.

Michelle Munson: a leader in and out of Liberty

Hannah Kim, Spotlight Editor March 19, 2021
Munson has been working at Liberty since 2001. She first taught PE until she became the full-time ASB leadership teacher and Activity Coordinator in 2010. Ever since then, Munson has been a hallmark of school spirit and leadership at Liberty. 

Freshman Feature: Hannah Vieth

Hannah Kim, Spotlight Editor March 19, 2021
While becoming President of the United States may or may not be what the future holds for Vieth, she’s already a president in a different sense.

Meet the new dogs of Liberty’s students and staff!

Vincent Le, Staff Writer March 19, 2021
Liberty students and staff share about the dogs they have gotten in quarantine.

Humans of Liberty: Shaye Agnew (12)

Nicole Treece, Staff Writer March 19, 2021
I learned to swim as a baby when my family built a pool in my backyard for my dad’s swim school business, and I basically grew up in that pool.

Kelsey Moe speaks through her lyrics

Kaitlyn Keyes, Editor-in-chief March 19, 2021
We’ve all had that moment: we’re sitting on a school bus, staring dramatically out the window as a song blasts from our earphones, our face pressed lightly against the glass as we pretend to be the star of a music video.

Hannah Kim and Dhwani Porecha podcast with passion

Vincent Le, Staff writer March 19, 2021
On their podcast, “Even the Little Things,” Kim and Porecha discuss a variety of topics and issues that impact teens today.

Dr. Hines on the frontlines

Nicole Treece, Staff Writer March 19, 2021
January 21 marked the one-year anniversary of the first Covid-19 case in Washington, and ever since then, Rachel’s mother has been working in direct contact with Covid-19 patients in a local hospital.

Alumnus Joe Hafferty recruited to recruited to play for the Sounders

Kaitlyn Keyes, Editor-in-chief March 19, 2021
Growing up, every young boy or girl is inevitably faced with the same question: what do you want to be when you grow up?

Staff Q & A: Opinion and Feature editors

Hannah Kim, Spotlight Editor November 24, 2020

Emma Decasa (11) Position: Feature Editor  Q: Why do you like journalism?  A: Journalism is a lot of things, but my favorite part of it all is the vibe of the class. It's easy to joke around...

Freshman Feature: Ava Wall

Elizabeth Yan, Online Editor November 24, 2020

Inspired by CBS News' "Everybody Has A Story" segment, in the Freshman Feature, we will use a random selection process to pick a freshman at Liberty to interview. Then, we find out their story and...

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