Forum for student expression since 1977

The Patriot Press

Forum for student expression since 1977

The Patriot Press

Forum for student expression since 1977

The Patriot Press

Nicole Treece

Nicole Treece, Spotlight Editor

Nicole Tress is a junior at Liberty High School and is a co-editor of the spotlight section for the Patriot Press. In her free time, she likes to play the electric guitar with her band and cuddle with her 3 year old dog.

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Pats with tats

Everyone has a story. Oftentimes, you read or listen to other people’s stories. However, there’s one more popular way to share stories: art. While some people choose to put that art on a canvas or paper, others choose to make their skin their canvas. 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.
May 17, 2022

Cinderella: meet the characters

Are you coming to the ball? Liberty’s spring musical is “Cinderella,” filled with magic, love, and politics. Here to give you a sneak peek at the characters and their personality is Cinderella (played by senior Ally Tribble), Charlotte (senior Amira Turner), Pince Topher (senior Andrew Stephens), Evil Stepmom Madene (senior Ani Stevens), Townsperson (sophomore Caitlyn Wales), Jean Michel (sophomore Logan Winfield) and Fairy Godmother (junior Makayla Burley). To experience the magic of “Cinderella” first-hand and see these characters in action on April 29 and 30 & May 5, 6, and 7.
March 25, 2022

Freshmen feature: Nyema Hardin

Inspired by CBS News’ “Everybody Has A Story” segment, in the Freshman Feature, we use a random selection process to pick a freshman at Liberty to interview. Then, we find out their story and share it with you. In this issue, we picked Nyema Hardin.
October 29, 2021
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