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A look into Liberty teachers’ life with their kids

Mary Russell, Spotlight Editor

November 9, 2017

Grading papers, staying after school, planning lessons: these tasks are common components of a teacher’s job. However, being a teacher, undoubtedly a highly stimulating profession already, becomes a whole new challenge once the teacher makes a personal addition to the family. Making time for the students,...

Thruelsen’s driving mishaps

Kelly Jinguji, Spotlight Editor

November 9, 2017

“On one drive, I was with a girl going from 405 on I-90. Typically, I try to get people to accelerate during lane changes for obvious reasons; if they don’t, then the person behind them will rear-end them. Once she completed the lane change, I said, “You’d better hurry up; you better do a lane...

Humans of Liberty: Ting Pan (11)

November 9, 2017

“I love traveling. I love the thrill of meeting new people, trying new foods, understanding new cultures, and exploring a foreign destination. I enjoy my life in Washington, but it's such a small part of what the world has to offer. There are so many new people to meet, so many new places to see, and...

Behind the Lens: Dylan Kostadinov pursues photography

Madison Browne, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017

Photography captures events that appear once in a lifetime. A second of holding your breath, a flash of light, and the moment disappears. “No shot is the same — every millisecond makes a difference. If you take a picture, then a second later you take the same shot, it won’t be the same composition;...

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