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Aurora Bryan

Aurora Bryan, Editorial Board Member

Aurora Bryan is a senior at Liberty High School and an Editorial Board Member for the Patriot Press. In her free time, she likes hanging out with her friends and family, listening to music, and reading.

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The road to normalizing therapy

The road to normalizing therapy

If you broke your arm, you’d see a doctor, right? Wouldn’t you do the same if your mental health was suffering? We all know that physical health is important to maintain, but so is mental health. Stigmas around receiving help for mental health struggles have made it difficult for many students, including those at Liberty, to seek the help they need. But treatments like therapy are normal and should be seen as such. Looking at one Liberty student’s journey with her mental health, we hope to shed light on the imperative collective road to normalizing therapy.
May 11, 2021
“Diversify our narrative”: The need for diverse literature in high schools

“Diversify our narrative”: The need for diverse literature in high schools

We need to diversify our narrative–but what does that mean? In this issue, we’ll look at the current state of required literature in Issaquah School District (ISD) high schools and what changes are being made to our curricula. Whether it’s the characters, narratives, or authors, our literature should represent the diversity of the ISD community.
March 19, 2021
The perks and plights of online learning

The perks and plights of online learning

It’s been a stressful adjustment for some, a relaxing break for others, and everything in between. The start of the 2020-2021 school year came with endless questions about the future of school at Liberty and the issues we’ve encountered with online learning. This system was created to benefit students during the pandemic, but how much is it really?
October 9, 2020
A Friday Night

A Friday Night

A Friday night on Front Street in Issaquah during quarantine.
May 15, 2020

Organization is key

March 30, 2020

Late Start Wednesdays

December 20, 2019
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