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2018-2019
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Liberty High School
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Published Stories for
Liberty High School
in 2018-2019
#9
2018-2019
Best of SNO Rank for
Liberty High School
Stories from Liberty High School
Art not words provides escape for English teacher
Features

Ashika Deshpande | December 12, 2018

Words are his job.

How to write them, read them, analyze them, understand them.

It’s what he does every day Monday through Friday as the teacher of PAP English II, AP Seminar, and AP English Language…

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Painting in his father’s footsteps
Arts & Entertainment

Sydney Bishop | December 11, 2018

A discipline that usually starts as silly stick figures, and childish scribbles during developmental years, art has grown to become not only a passion, but also a business for freshman Dustin Richardson,…

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Frisco Fire Department helping battle blazes in California
California Fires

Melody Tavallaee | November 30, 2018

The Woolsey Fire has rampaged and spread to more than 200,000 acres across southern California. In the effort to help contain the fires, Frisco has deployed five firefighters and resources to serve the…

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The suite life, the hotel suite life
Features

Jordan Klein | November 28, 2018

Homeless. It’s a word the Akbari family never thought could be used to describe their living situation, but since August, they’ve been out of their home. While in Cancun on summer vacation, the water…

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15 and in college
Features

Kanz Bitar | November 28, 2018

While most juniors are just now thinking about what college they wanna attend, 15-year-old Pramati Madugula is living in Denton attending school at the University of North Texas campus.

She’s there…

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Burns’ eternal flame
Features

Melody Tavallaee | November 7, 2018

Traces of his fingerprints litter the landscape of the city.

From city management, to a convenience store, to the predecessor of the Shattered Dreams program, Gary Burns left a lasting legacy on Frisco….

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State board cuts female figures from history curriculum
News

Lucas Barr | October 12, 2018

The State Board of Education elected to remove Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller from the history curriculum, as well as a TEKS line describing defenders of the Alamo’s actions as heroic in a vote two…

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Senior’s ISM paper being presented at international conference
News

Lucas Barr | October 5, 2018

Presenting her research paper entitled Integration of Renewable Energy into Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure, senior Tanya Shiramagond is in Kansas City Wednesday for the Institute of Electronics…

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Anderson’s oddities
Video

Stephanie Qiu | October 5, 2018

Some collect rocks, others collect unique coins.

But like something out of a sci-fi movie, one teacher collects things many would say are strange and weird: the preserved remnants of animal body parts.

Animal…

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