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

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Real Talk: college applications

Kate Graham, WTV Staff Reporter December 3, 2021

In this week's Real Talk, WTV's Kate Graham talks to seniors about college applications.

Staff reporter Madison Saviano explores hot topics and issues that students face in her weekly column Piece by Piece.

Piece by Piece: scrolling and streaming

Madison Saviano, Staff Reporter December 3, 2021

Every once in a while I watch something that excites my mind.  Most of the time we consume content that comforts us, calms us. Easy watching, easy listening, all to settle the inertia of our lives.  I don’t use Instagram much but for those who...

Staff reporter Faith Brocke expresses her emotions and experiences in her column, Facets of Faith.

Facets of Faith: the reality of growing up

Faith Brocke, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

Growing up has always been something that I found to be relatively hard to do. Sure, the birthday aspect of it is fun, between the parties and gifts, the general excitement that hits the Brocke household whenever birthday season comes and goes, but aside...

In her revival of the weekly column, All Voices Matter, staff reporter Sydney Bishop offers her take on various social and cultural issues.

All Voices Matter: all you need is compassion

Sydney Bishop, Staff Reporter December 1, 2021

Compassion. Sometimes that’s all someone close to you may need to decide they do want to stay here on this earth after all. The truth is, suicide prevention is too often talked about and not often enough exercised. Maybe, it’s because nearly 96.2%...

The Texas Board of Educations recent decision to reject a proposal to include mental health and sex ed curriculums in schools causes more harm than good.

Texas Board of Education makes mistake in rejecting mental health curriculum

Wingspan Staff December 1, 2021

The Texas Board of Education recently rejected a proposal to add sexual education, contraception, gender identity and self-harm to instructional material for public high schools, in yet another political debate centered around education.  In recent...

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, and made me want to research more about it.  My prompt was, “Do you think homework is helpful or should it be banned from schools?” Obviously,...

Staff reporter Aden McClune shares his perspective on various issues in his weekly column, Random Thoughts.

Random Thoughts: the Christmas music timeline

Aden McClune, Staff Reporter November 29, 2021

Christmas music is a hotly debated topic that seems to crop up even around Halloween. When should it be played? What constitutes a “Christmas” song? What about Thanksgiving? Fear not. The ultimate verdict is about to be delivered. Most Christmas...

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 as they set out on their existential journey.

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 for a gluten-free diet is celiac disease: an autoimmune disorder that affects the small intestine and is caused by a reaction to gluten, proteins found...

Real Talk: Thanksgiving

Kate Graham, WTV Staff Reporter November 19, 2021

In this week's installment of Real Talk, WTV's Kate Graham talks to students about Thanksgiving.

Staff reporter Madison Saviano explores hot topics and issues that students face in her weekly column Piece by Piece.

Piece by Piece: the Wisdom of Soul

Madison Saviano , Staff Reporter November 19, 2021

About this time last year Disney’s Soul opened to raving reviews. I didn’t understand the hype and thought that while the message was charming, it wasn’t groundbreaking or anything.  The story is about a man who dies and while in the void tries...

Staff reporter Faith Brocke expresses her emotions and experiences in her column, Facets of Faith.

Facets of Faith: no more fear of the future

Faith Brocke, Staff Reporter November 18, 2021

Lately I’ve been looking at colleges more in depth than ever before. Before last summer, the most I’d ever done was Google the average acceptance rates of “good” colleges and call it a day. And even then, I didn’t really know what I was looking...

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