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The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas

WINGSPAN

The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas

WINGSPAN

December 1 Daily Update
December 1 Daily Update

WTV's Trisha Dasgupta brings you an update on FEF scholarships, 12 days of Twitter, and this week's eSports.

APUSH students have been learning unit 4 and 5 curriculum through the politics and power project. Taking up almost a full quarter, students are asked to create speeches that resemble Ted Talks on a specific topic and learn from their peers presentations as well.
APUSH students learn through giving and hearing speeches
Grant Milleson, Staff Reporter • November 30, 2021

AP U.S. History teachers and students are switching roles for the day after Thanksgiving break in their new project about the effects of the...

17 years ago, junior Hannah Beeler was found at a police station just a few days old in the Guangdong province of China, taken to an orphanage, and adopted by Janet and Paul Beeler 13 months later. Although there are struggles being apart of an international blended family, Beelers parents have tried to incorporate her culture into their family as much as possible.
Found family: one Redhawk's international adoption journey
Kirthi Gummadi, WTV Executive Producer • November 29, 2021

Leaving the hospital after birth is the start of a new chapter for most families, but that’s not the case for all students. About 2% of...

Hosted by senior Hamsa Madhira, this weekly podcast talks about various socio-political issues, ideas, and experiences that are personal to her identity as a South Asian and Immigrant.
Unfiltered: culture vs. religion
Hamsa Madhira, Staff Reporter • December 1, 2021

Hosted by senior Hamsa Madhira, this podcast talks about various socio-political issues, ideas, and experiences...

In this weekly podcast, staff reporters Maya Silberman and Rin Ryu sit down with students from a variety of backgrounds, to learn about what makes students on campus unique.
United Colors of Liberty: Shruti Bhoyar
Rin Ryu and Maya Silberman November 30, 2021

This week, sophomores Rin Ryu and Maya Silberman talk to Shruti Bhoyar about her experience moving to...

Starting Tuesday, teachers are getting Chromebooks to use in their classroom.
Chromebooks distributed to Redhawk staff
Rishika Desai, Staff Reporter • November 30, 2021

The library is distributing new Chromebooks to all teachers on Tuesday as part of the school’s technology refresh next year.  “We’re gonna go through getting new...

Ruthies came to campus  for the monthly food truck for teachers but they do much more than that.
Changing lives while feeding others
Trisha Dasgupta, Editor In Chief • November 30, 2021

The counseling department has started a new monthly tradition that brings food trucks on campus for teachers to enjoy.  “We think this is important for our teachers...

Purple posters around the school raise awareness for epilepsy.
Bringing awareness to epilepsy
Kirthi Gummadi, WTV Executive Producer • November 30, 2021

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes unexplainable seizures, and currently has no cure and to help bring attention to this disorder, November is national epilepsy...

Redhawk baseball steps up to the plate this week with the first event of their 2021-2022 season, tryouts. This will take place through December 3 and will determine placement on three teams, Freshman, Junior Varsity, and Varsity, for roughly 60 athletes.
Redhawk baseball swings into action with tryouts
Michael Coppinger, Sports Reporter • November 30, 2021

The baseball team is now holding tryouts through Friday for placement on three teams, divided primarily...

Featured Athlete: Ashley Anderson
Featured Athlete: Ashley Anderson
Emily Thomas, Staff Reporter • November 30, 2021

Wingspan: What is your favorite part of playing basketball? Anderson: “My favorite part about basketball...

Seeking out a win in their first district game of the season, the Redhawk girls basketball team gears up to take on Memorial High School. The team has already faced these competitors twice before this season, but Tuesdays game will provide a chance to prove they still have it.
Redhawk basketball soars into district season
Kaden Groom, Sports Reporter • November 30, 2021

The girls’ basketball team is looking to start their district season with a win against the Memorial...

A&E
Artistic Expressions: volume 13
Artistic Expressions: volume 13
Wingspan Staff November 30, 2021

Hundreds of students on campus take part in the many fine arts courses offered at school and each week...

Guest Contributor Gabby Demartin shares her opinion about a promising cafe in town, Boba Latte.
Frisco's new cafe loves boba a latte
Gabby Demartin, Guest Contributor • November 29, 2021

Boba Latte has been a contemporary cafe for bubble tea, smoothies, and coffee since 2003.  When customers...

The number of people in American that have cut out gluten from their diet has been rising over the years. Among those saying goodbye to gluten is staff reporter Ashvita Girish and  in this new, weekly blog, she will provide recipes and her take on whether its worth making or not.
Goodbye Gluten
Ashvita Girish, Staff Reporter • November 29, 2021

About 3.1 million people around the United States follow a gluten-free diet. One of the main reasons...

In this weekly column, Wingspan staff reporter Rhea Advani provides her take on a variety of topics.
Rhea of Sunshine: the necessity of relaxation
Rhea Advani, Staff Reporter • November 30, 2021

In my English class, I’m currently working on an essay, and some of the topics really interested me,...

Reflections and Ruminations with Reva
Reflections and Ruminations with Reva
Reva Kabnurkar, Staff Reporter • November 29, 2021

In this weekly blog, sophomore Reva Kabnurkar explores all things mystical that can help guide people...

The number of people in American that have cut out gluten from their diet has been rising over the years. Among those saying goodbye to gluten is staff reporter Ashvita Girish and  in this new, weekly blog, she will provide recipes and her take on whether its worth making or not.
Goodbye Gluten
Ashvita Girish, Staff Reporter • November 29, 2021

About 3.1 million people around the United States follow a gluten-free diet. One of the main reasons...

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