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Student News of Liberty High School

LHStoday

Student News of Liberty High School

LHStoday

Leah Miget

Leah Miget, Executive Feature Reporter

Leah Miget is a senior and has been in publications for three years. She enjoys reading in her spare time, as well as writing fictional short stories. Leah also likes to spend time with her church youth group and spend time with her friends on the weekend. She started working at DQ at the beginning of the summer of 2019 and enjoys working there with seven other Liberty students. Leah plans on going to SCC in the fall of 2020 to get her general classes finished and then plans to transfer to a university. She doesn’t know what she wants to study yet but her goal is to find a fulfilling career helping children in particular.

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Brianna Dierks has a wide variety of stickers on her chromebook. The cat astronaut sticker on the left is her favorite sticker being displayed.

Cakes-In-A-Pan

February 19, 2020
Mitchell Eckardt and Chuck Schraudenbach have worked hard to plan a charity basketball tournament and are ready to see their hard work pay off.

Hoops 4 Hope

November 21, 2019
Leah Miget, host of The Identities of Liberty, standing with her first guest on the show, Andrew Taylor.

Spooky Season Comedy

October 31, 2019
Madelyn Birkhead works on one of her personal art pieces during AP Studio Art.

What Are You Doing?

October 17, 2019
Shawns drawing of a demonic harp.

Happy Little Trees

September 5, 2019
A pixel picture of Mario put together with post-it notes by Jordin Garey.

From Pixels to Pictures

December 15, 2018
Mr. Barker poses in his costume chosen by the students. The proceeds from the costume contest will go towards Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF 2018. There are so many great teachers at Liberty doing so many fantastic things that I never expected to be chosen.  It was an honor, Barker said.

Halloween with Heart

November 2, 2018
Junior Emily Gann checks in to donate blood with senior Laura Sanders and Mrs. Strathman.

How To Save A Life

October 11, 2018
Scout Schwab seeing the true colors of Liberty and its surroundings for the first time.

Grass Is Green?

September 26, 2018
The Robotics team members are coming off a state championship and hope for another strong season this year.

Robotics Moves Forward

September 25, 2018
Juniors Aminah Lobster and Tai Williams inform students about what diversity club is.

Coming Together

September 10, 2018
Aminhan Lobster leading a group of students to get ready for the Epsilon Beta Stay-In.

Making It Count

March 15, 2018
Plants at Monsanto used for testing different types of bug repellents.

Humans vs. Earth

March 13, 2018
Dessa Outman, up and coming author of All the Dark Things, is excited to get her book into the hands of eager readers.

Ambitious Author

December 12, 2017
The Gateway nominee of the three authors students can chose to sign up to meet between now and Dec. 8.

Meet the Authors

September 27, 2017
The Meinhardt twins show off one of their slime creations.

Artsy Entrepreneurs

September 18, 2017
Sophomore Summer White expresses her love of sharks after her mishap on Nassau.

Sharks: Friend or Foe?

September 12, 2017
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