The Patriot Press

Two Truths 1 Lie

Tabitha Peacock, Staff Writer June 11, 2021
Ever wondered what your teachers are like outside of the classroom? What are their interests? Do they have any pets? What’s their craziest story? Well, you’re about to find out.

A look into season three sports

Allyson Phung, Staff Writer June 11, 2021
Q: As a freshman, do you think you missed out on anything, especially since your season was cut short?

My flightly fear

Hannah Kim, Spotlight Editor June 11, 2021
While I have come a long way from being that scared toddler on the beach, my phobia of birds has only worsened throughout the years.

Serena Sherwood’s Successes

Amelia Nored, News Editor June 11, 2021
One of the best parts about competing in any form of competition is winning awards for it.

Sleeping for science

Charlotte Ury, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
But such is the life of a high school sophomore in a sleep study. Or, more specifically, the life of a sophomore in a study about the impact of sleep on abdominal pain in teenagers. 

Q & A with the ASB Executive Board

Nicole Hume, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
We interviewed the new President of the Associated Student Body Dhruv Naik, Vice President Tate Hayden, Treasurer Shea Mulqueeny, female Senator Ashley Kirschner, and Secretary Naomi Sato, the members of the ASB Executive Board on how ASB operates. 

Silvia Carias-Centeno: the student behind change

Naomi Hancock, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
The President of the ISD Student Equity Council, Carias-Centeno has given students a platform for such a desire.

The (Ger)many lessons of living abroad

Hannah Kim, Spotlight Editor May 11, 2021
“Es tut mir leid, ich verstehe das nicht,” or “I’m sorry, I don’t understand,” is definitely a phrase many English speakers would cling to if ever given the chance to travel to Germany. For freshman Serena Lester, that phrase is all too familiar. 

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.
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