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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


Aliza Porter

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor

Aliza Porter is currently a senior. She likes to spread positivity. She loves to exercise and do kickboxing in her free time. She has a huge passion for law enforcement. And of course, her passion for writing news stories has increased each year.

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Senior Aliza Porter played a big role in the Wingspan program with an Assignment Editor title  after four years in the class.

Aliza Porter

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
May 30, 2019
Legacy hall welcome Jazz band on Sunday starting at 1 pm. “I think playing at a venue like this would be such an amazing experience,” senior Nicholas Hung said. “It will definitely be a once in a lifetime opportunity. I’m mainly just looking forward to being able to play the pieces that we’ve all been working hard on for such a big crowd.”

[Photo] New crowd, same tunes

Yael Even, Staff Reporter
May 17, 2019
Substitute Bernard Broderick sits in on a classroom while the primary teacher is away. Wingspans Ana Toro shares her thoughts on giving substitutes respect.

Frisco ISD subs to earn more

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
April 1, 2019
Taking inspiration from other schools, Red Rhythm decided to fundraise through a silent auction via a Google Form. Parents of children who participated in the Sept. 2 mini clinic, can bid for a chance to have their child sit with a Red Rhythm officer during the Homecoming game.

Red Rhythm tryouts Friday after school

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
March 22, 2019
The National Art Honor Society will be putting on a Museum Night on Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for students to show off their artwork. Admission is free but students have the chance to buy jewelry and other things to raise money for the fundraiser.

Night at the NAHS Museum

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
March 1, 2019
After weeks of practice, many all-state orchestra students on traveled to San Antonio’s Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on Feb. 14 to compete.

Tuning up for all-state performances

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
February 14, 2019
Flanked by their four foster children, AP Government teacher Kristin Lynch (left) and her wife Rebecca, went from a home without children to one with four younger than six, plus a teenager. 

This group of kiddos came available and what happened was, our home has square footage that allows for us to take up to six children and so they saw our square footage and said, ‘okay look, we know that you say this, we want kids between four and fourteen, Kristin said. We know that you say that you want two or three, how about four and they’re five, four, three, and two,’ and we were like, okay so, honestly, we just prayed on it. We’re like okay, is this what we were meant to have, is this who we were meant to be.”

Fostering a family

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
February 11, 2019
5 FCCLA students on campus have advanced to state-level competition, and have the ability to partake in a conference held in downtown Dallas this Thursday through Saturday.

FCCLA advances several students to state

Aliza Porter, Managing Editor
February 11, 2019
The HOSA Spring Leadership Conference takes place on Friday, and provides high school students the opportunity to research and take part in professional medical conversations and debates. This year the competitions are in-person as opposed to online for the first time in two years.

HOSA advances to state

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
February 5, 2019
Students are able to register for AP tests before the March deadline. For students not wishing to pay online, payments can made in cash or check to the counseling office.

AP test registration window now open

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
January 22, 2019
As the only student on campus to be accepted into the Jazz Band of America, senior Sid Sadhu will pursue his passion for jazz. Opening up new opportunities college wise, Sadhu gets his foot in the door in the world of music.

Senior named one of nation’s best

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
December 17, 2018

Sky high art in Dallas

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
December 7, 2018
At the 2018 Professional Golfers Association press conference in Frisco, PGA chief operating officer Darrell Crall speaks about a newly announced move to Frisco. Less than a year later, the development is projected to open in June 2022, featuring several golf courses and retail.

Sports City, USA adds PGA to its resume

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
December 5, 2018
Junior Rachel Vanmeter, junior Emily Degarmo, junior Amelia Jauregui, junior Natalie Guerra, junior Natalie Brooks, and junior Lauren Head (left to right) attended the annual Texas Thespian Festival to perform, take workshops from professionals in the theatre industry, and celebrate theatre.

International Thespian Society advances

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
November 26, 2018
Allowing for the anonymous reporting of such things as bullying or threats, Stop!t is an app already use in thousands of schools across the nation. Frisco ISD is the largest district in north Texas to enroll in the program.

Report bullying and possibly save a life

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
October 31, 2018
Dressing up as historical figures, Nicholas Do, Garrett Reeves, Vagmin Viswanathan, Ritesh Ravi, Austin Carnline take part in a GT Humanities project in the library on Tuesday. 

“All the kids are coming in costume and they’re all people who impacted the world in some way during the modern era,” teacher Elizabeth Evans said. “Then they’re having to mingle in costume and ultimately they’re having to write a paper that kind of synthesizes what they’ve learned from each other into it.”

Costumes for humanities, not Halloween

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
October 16, 2018
With seniors beginning their college application process, counselors are recognizing the effort through optional counselor sessions. There will be sessions with just the parents and counselors and others with just the students and counselors.

Coffee, Counselors, and Seniors

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
September 6, 2018
Venturing out on his own, senior Myron Huff recently launched the Cashion clothing line.

I was thinking about everyone likes cash and everyone likes fashion nowadays so I put them together and they made “Ca$hion, Huff said.

Cashing in on his own fashions

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor
August 30, 2018
Senior Parker Butler captured the championship at the UIL state competition in Austin on Tuesday.

Senior captures UIL state title

Aliza Porter, Staff Reporter
May 23, 2018
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