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WINGSPAN

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

WINGSPAN

In this weekly column, senior Harley Classe talks about her experiences as a third grade teacher.

Quotes from a 3rd Grade Class: sounding out words

Harley Classe, Editor-In-Chief February 1, 2023

“I took an illy ***y test today.” Don’t you just hate it when you have a really hard test? I know I do. Believe it or not, in this case, the student was actually taking a really easy test. Spelling.  It is a hard concept for a young mind...

In this weekly column, staff reporter Shannon Christian writes about the myths of healthcare and how it impacts students.

Dr. Germ: professionals in practice 

Shannon Christian, Staff Reporter January 30, 2023

As I’ve begun to rotate through multiple hospitals, I’ve noticed that each day, each experience is vastly different than the previous. Not just in terms of patients, or what cases I see, but based on the different medical professionals I follow, or...

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

Facets of Faith: team player

Faith Brocke, Staff Reporter January 27, 2023

I am not a fan of team activities. It's a really funny thing to say, considering the fact that I've been in several extracurriculars and pursued many interests that aren't solo acts. From color guard to planning committees, I've constantly been...

Real Talk: Holocaust Remembrance Week

Lauren Sinclair, Segment Producer January 27, 2023

In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Week, WTV’s Lauren Sinclair talks to students about it and why it’s still relevant.

Teenage study habits have changed over the course of time. Guest contributor  Pranavi Poojeri looks into different study methods that can help with the workload that comes with high school.

Finding the right study methods

Pranavi Poojeri, Guest Contributor January 26, 2023

High school can be challenging for everybody sometimes. With a multitude of tests, quizzes, and assignments each week, it's stressful to have to work throughout all of it each day. However, the right study methods can help push your grades higher.  #1) ...

In this weekly column, senior Harley Classe talks about her experiences as a third grade teacher.

Quotes from a 3rd Grade Class: help

Harley Classe, Editor-In-Chief January 25, 2023

“I can’t get this open. Can you help me please?” This is the phrase that came from the mouth of one of my second graders at the beginning of snack time. The girl was trying to open one of those plastic snack containers that had the tough snaps...

In this weekly column, Wingspan staff reporter Rhea Advani provides her take on a variety of topics.

Rhea of Sunshine: cultural appropriation

Rhea Advani, Staff Reporter January 24, 2023

Let’s talk about cultural appropriation. Recently, I’ve been finding it more common that people are going around, saying terms from a particular religion or culture that is not their own. This is not to say that people can’t do or say what they...

In this weekly column, staff reporter Shannon Christian writes about the myths of healthcare and how it impacts students.

Dr. Germ: change in environment

Shannon Christian, Staff Reporter January 23, 2023

The inner workings of hospitals have always fascinated me. Over summers in middle school I would binge watch TV dramas set in hospitals such as Grey’s Anatomy or Scrubs. As years passed though, hospitals became less of an elusive labyrinth for me, but...

Real Talk: Universal Studios

Lauren Sinclair, Segment Producer January 20, 2023

On this week's edition of Real Talk, WTV's Lauren Sinclair asks students about Universal Studios.

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

Facets of Faith: social currency

Faith Brocke, Staff Reporter January 19, 2023

For many people, the dream of being famous is distant and idealistic at best, but with the everchanging evolution of social media, five minutes of fame isn’t out of reach. This introduces the idea that anyone can be ‘famous’, whether that be...

All Texas public schools must post donated posters featuring the national motto In God We Trust as a result of Senate Bill 797. For some, the poster reminds students of Americas history while for others, the poster drives focus away from educational needs.

“In God We Trust” brings controversy to schools

January 19, 2023

Texas' 88th legislative session is now underway with lawmakers meeting in Austin. Hundreds of bills will be written, with just dozens making it to the desk of Governor Greg Abbott. One of those passed in the 2021 session, Senate Bill 797, flew under the...

Whether it’s out of health, animal welfare, or environmental concerns, veganism has taken the world by storm. Vegan View takes a glimpse into what veganism looks like from a student’s perspective.

Vegan View

Allyson Lastovica, Staff Reporter January 18, 2023

Whether it’s out of health, animal welfare, or environmental concerns, veganism has taken the world by storm. Vegan View takes a glimpse into what veganism looks like from a student’s perspective.

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