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

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Rahmin Jawaid

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter

Rahmin Jawaid is always smiling and ready for new adventures. She is stoked to be a senior and is excited for what the future holds for her and the rest of the Class of 2016.

As a California  native born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Rahmin can occasionally become a milk tea addict, wannabe Hollister model, or a beach hipster. She enjoys watching and cheering on her favorite sports teams, bicycling through enormous parks, and taking pictures of just about everyone and everything.

She hates birds and fish quite a bit. Rahmin is grateful that Netflix and Spotify exist. Even though history is not her best subject, Rahmin loves learning about the past cultures and events of the world.

When she’s not being a busy bee at school, work, or the gym, you can find her shopping, reading, or jamming out to One Direction. She hopes to travel to different cities all around the world and to one day adopt 10 lovely kittens. One kitten shall be named Ron Swanson.

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Students have used many methods of cheating including technology and unwarranted notes.

Cheating to the top

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Contributor
May 26, 2016
Standing in front of a bale, AP Human Geography teacher Tim Johannes talks to this students about the role of agriculture in human geography.

A field trip to a field

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 28, 2016
Girls golf goes for State

Girls’ golf goes for State

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2016
Playing since he was nine, Glidwell played two years of college golf at Texas Wesleyan.

Shannon Glidwell

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2016
Coming back the day after Thanksgiving break the golf team competes in  the Redhawks Shootout. The team has not practiced in over a week, due to the holidays, so they look to preform the best they can.

Rakhi Shah

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2016
Sophomore Sarah Buss is a former volleyball player turned varsity golfer.

Sarah Buss

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2016
Senior Makenna Davidson, with her dad Adam, will be continuing her golf career at McLennan junior college on a full ride.

Makenna Davidson

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2016
In just her fourth year of playing golf, senior Loren Matrone is one of the top players on the girls golf team.

Loren Matrone

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2016
As the teams number one player, junior Darby Deans won both the District 9-5A individual championship and the 5A Region II championship.

Darby Deans

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2016
Holding just a four stroke lead after the first day of play, the girls golf team pulled away for a 27 stroke win to claim the 5A Region II girls championship.

Driving for a championship

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 15, 2016
Junior classes such as AP U.S. History can make the third year of high school the most challenging.

[Photo] A challenging year

Olivia Womack, Guest Contributor
April 15, 2016
Girls’ basketball team athletic trainers Kendi Kimball and Joseph White were presented with the Ben Hogan Sports Medicine award honored by UIL recognizing their work in training on Monday.

[Photo] Athletic trainers honored

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 11, 2016
After the tennis team defeated the Rangers 19-0 Friday night. The team looks to get their second District 9-5A win of the season, as the take on the Raccoons Tuesday afternoon at 4:00P.M.

Featured Athlete: Natasha Long

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 7, 2016
Model UN students will be competing in the state meet Friday and Saturday in Dallas.

Model UN club competes in state

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
April 1, 2016
Converting an old storage room to an art studio, art students are spending as much time as they can getting the space ready to showcase student work.

From storage space to art studio

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
March 28, 2016
Between girls basketball and boys basketball the school is in the midst of celebrating historic playoff runs in basketball.

Playoff runs excite school

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
March 4, 2016
Texas Independence Day

Texas Independence Day

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
March 2, 2016
After talking to students in the library Wednesday, YA author Ally Carter sat down with Wingspans Rahmin Jawaid before her speaking engagement at Barnes and Noble.

Q&A with YA author Ally Carter

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
February 25, 2016
The main gym is the temporary home to the Carter BloodCare for the second blood drive of the school year.

Blood drive on campus Thursday

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
February 25, 2016
Senior Charlie Lin is the concert master, leader of the orchestra and the top-ranked violin player of GDYO, the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra. Lin has been a member of the GDYO since his sophomore year.

A win for Lin

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Report
February 22, 2016
In the effort to show the level of support provided at a community college, teacher Julia Chalker takes some of her students on a field trip to Collin College every year to help them gain a better understanding of what awaits them if they choose a school like Collin.

[Photo] Chalker takes students to Collin

Aliza Porter, Guest Contributor
January 29, 2016
Students can sometimes disclose personal information to teachers expecting a teacher to keep things confidential. But in certain circumstances, teachers have no choice and have to report the information.

Reaching out for support

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
January 27, 2016
The Powerball is currently worth approximately $1.5 billion, with the chances of winning sitting at one in 292.2 million.

[Photo] Smooth entry into education

Janet Nguyen, Guest Contributor
January 13, 2016
Julia Chalker accepts a check from the Frisco Education Foundation for leisure activities.

Chalker receives FEF Grant

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
December 9, 2015
Back and forth to Wisconsin was nothing but a weekend trip for the Nolden family as they drove more than 2,000 miles to attend a fish fry and pick up coolers full of fresh beef, cheese and apples.

Long distance grocery shopping

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
December 4, 2015
White Ribbon Week

White Ribbon Week

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
December 3, 2015
“I have been doing Disability Awareness week here for eight years and what’s really cool to me is that I have seen Liberty become more inclusive every year,” Transition Specialist and Vocational Adjustment Coordinator Julia Chalker said.

Julia Chalker

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
December 3, 2015
Senior Richard McNamara believes the schools Disability Awareness Week is a way to encourage others to be friendly towards those dealing with disabilities.

Richard McNamara

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
December 3, 2015
Best Buddies vice president Kendall Metcalf is pinning a white ribbon on a classroom door as part of the schools White Ribbon Week.

Kendall Metcalf

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
December 3, 2015
“The only way we will be able to develop ourselves as humankind is by recognizing each other’s differences and making sure it’s all okay,” Best Buddies president Rylee McHenry said. Signing a poster in the cafeteria that urges people to not dismiss the abilities of others, McHenry is a leading proponent of the schools White Ribbon Week.

Rylee McHenry

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
December 3, 2015
This years National Merit Semifinalists have been named. 12 students have been recognized from Liberty.

Academic and athletic success honored

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
November 10, 2015
Set to open in the summer of 2016, The Star, the new headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys will also feature a 16-story Omni Hotel that will open in 2017.

Plans for The Star expand

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
November 4, 2015
The Theatre Department is presenting a Halloween themed show for the first time with the debut of The Graveyard Wednesday evening.

Theatre goes into The Graveyard

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
October 28, 2015
The Redhawk volleyball team has begun preparations for their annual Pink Out game fundraiser on Tuesday. The team is looking to pull out a win as they are counting on it to follow through in their game plan to make playoffs.

Pink Out 411

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
October 20, 2015
Both boys and girls golf were hitting the courses all day Tuesday. The boys team ended in 1st and the girls in 3rd.

Senior golfer bound for Korea

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
October 2, 2015
The temporary adrenaline rush from procrastination mirrors the scariest roller coaster in Six-Flags. The gut-wrenching feeling of regret while looking down from the top of a roller coaster and the escalating anxiety when you look at the 20-page paper that needs to be completed in just a few hours leads to the same question: what did I get myself into? When you’re finally done, you feel so accomplished that you are willing to do it all over again. This endless cycle of self-inflicted suffering damages your cognitive abilities and physical well-being. 

Application overload

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter
October 2, 2015
Halle

[Photo] Brooke Colombo

August 23, 2016
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