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


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


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


BeReal is a new social media app, and for many students, such as juniors Kayla Winter, Sadie Johnson and Gabbi Fasciano, the app has quickly become a favorite. The app prompts users to take a photo at a set time, encouraging people to show what theyre doing in the moment.

BeReal is the new social media app on the block, and it’s here to stay

Jordan Battey, Social Media Manager September 27, 2022

Walking the halls on campus, many students have most likely heard the words “It’s BeReal time!” at least once. The newest social media platform to captivate teens, BeReal claims to be a “unique way to discover who your friends really are”.  “It...

Debate students competed at the UIL Princeton Fall Competition on Saturday. The competition was their first of the year, and debate students placed first in three out of five categories.

Debate starts the year off strong with three first place victories

Hannah Beeler, Social Media Manager September 26, 2022

Making their points, back and forth it went at Saturday’s UIL Princeton Fall Competition where debate students placed first in three of the five categories in the group’s first contest of the 2022-2023 school year.  Some categories required...

AP U.S. History students have the opportunity to learn about immigration through a migration research project. Students have creative freedom in how they present their project over one of various different ethnic groups to the United States.

APUSH students explore immigration through research project

Sindhuja Pannuri, Guest Contributor September 26, 2022

AP U.S. History has started their first month-long research project of the year, covering the geography and migration of different ethnic groups within, and to, the United States. “So, with a project like this, there’s one main research question...

Debate is heading to their first competition Saturday at Princeton High School. One of the teams main goals at the competition is to give new team members experience.

Debate prepares for first competition of the year

Erika Pernis, Editor-In-Chief September 23, 2022

All three debate teams: Cross Examination, Lincoln/Douglas, and Extemporaneous are getting ready for their first competition Saturday at Princeton High School. “Students have been preparing by writing affirmative and negative cases, working on rebuttals,...

Many students have used third party apps to check their grades. Oftentimes, the apps can be misleading and unreliable. Students are advised to use the official HAC website

Students advised to use HAC rather than third party apps

Alexis Holding, WTV Staff Reporter September 23, 2022

As students start settling back into their school routine, several have been finding apps to keep themselves organized. But some of these apps aren’t the most helpful when it comes to having accurate representation of the student’s reports.  Many...

Students on campus are participating in a Special Olympics bowling competition on Thursday. Throughout the day, members of partners PE and Best Buddies will be helping assist students.

Students on campus compete in Special Olympics bowling

Shreya Agrawal, Staff Reporter September 22, 2022

Since 1968, Special Olympics has striven to give people with intellectual and development disabilities, the chance to find joy through sports. Their approach includes year-long training and olympic style competitions for children and adults with IDDs.  The...

Redhawks buzzing with excitement as H-E-B makes North Texas debut

Maya Silberman and Erika Pernis September 21, 2022

The campus was buzzing with excitement as H-E-B’s Frisco location opened Wednesday. The store is H-E-B’s flagship in North Texas, and marks the beginning of their expansion. “The stuff at H-E-B is healthy and fresh and it's just like a nice...

The Redhawk book challenge is going on until the end of September. The focus is reading as many books as possible by the end of the challenge.

Redhawk Book Challenge reignites students’ love of reading

Sankeertana Malakapalli, Guest Contributor September 20, 2022

Students on campus have the opportunity to participate in the Redhawk Book Challenge, which focuses on reading as many books as they can by the end of September. “The Redhawk Book Challenge is something I decided that I wanted to do this month, just...

School pictures, used for both the yearbook and student IDs will be taken Tuesday and Wednesday. Students will take the pictures during their English class.

School pictures taken Tuesday and Wednesday

Neha Ramachandran, Staff Reporter September 19, 2022

Students are visiting the library during English classes on Tuesday and Wednesday but it has nothing to do with checking out books. Instead, it will be for school pictures that will be used in the 2022-23 yearbook and on student ID’s.  All students,...

Filled with dress-up theme days, Homecoming Week wraps on Friday with a pep rally during advisory when the Homecoming court will be announced. The Homecoming game is Friday at Kuykendall Stadium, with the dance Saturday in the main gym.

Redhawks royalty to be announced at HoCo events

Carter Butler, WTV Staff Reporter September 16, 2022

Homecoming is here with Student Council holding a pep rally during advisory when this year's Homecoming court will be announced.  “The winners for the freshman, sophomore, and junior will be announced during the homecoming pep rally, but the king...

Campus Connections takes a look at some of the newest staff members on campus.

Campus Connections: volume IX

Wingspan Staff September 14, 2022

Many new staff members are on campus for the 2022-23 school year, and in Campus Connections, Wingspan introduces you to the newest Redhawks.

As the Homecoming dance approaches, Student Council has decorated the halls for Homecoming week. For many students, the decorations brought back feelings of school spirit to start out to their Monday morning.

Bringing school spirit, Student Council decorates for homecoming

Caroline Caruso, Editor-In-Chief September 13, 2022

Streamers, balloons, and class colors hit the halls Sunday evening as members of Student Council began decorating for homecoming week. The purpose of decorating was to put a spotlight on Saturday’s homecoming dance.  “We thought it would be a...

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