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Student News of Liberty High School

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Mandela Effect

Victoria Poeling and Lily Nelson talk about the origin of the Mandela Effect. They made a poll of all the most common Mandela Effects and sent the poll to the students of Liberty. They discuss the results and explain why the students would choose the wrong one.
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Victoria Poeling
Victoria Poeling, Reporter
Victoria Poeling is a senior in high school and is in her first year in broadcast media. Victoria dances at a studio and has since she was about 3 or 4 years old. She plays piano and loves to read and listen to music in her free time. She'll take any opportunity to go out with her friends and when she's not doing that she will often be at home watching a movie. She loves anything and everything to do with cars. Her hidden talent is painting and she has been in a couple of art shows over the past couple of years. 

Lily Nelson
Lily Nelson, Reporter
Lily Nelson is a senior and this is her first time in a publications class. She is an athlete and it is her fourth year playing volleyball at Liberty and she is participating in track for the second year this spring. She had just moved to the school district freshman year. She went to a private school from first to third grade. Then after she attended the Francis Howell School District for five years, her parents wanted to move over to O’Fallon. She is currently employed at Top Golf as a food runner after taking a break from her job of almost three years at Sugarfire. 

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