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Squeaks and Support

December 10, 2018

The Rag Doll’s Button Eye

Sydney Lane, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018

Filed under Art and Literature

From afar you see the pale rag doll’s peachy cheeks, and in her neat, yellow yarn hair is a pretty pink bow. You see the hand-tailored baby pink dress, with a silky blush sash around her waist, a fabric rose sewn to her side....

Garden of Silence

Matthew Onate, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

Filed under Archive, Art and Literature

Brian Sadthill had realized there weren’t many quiet places anymore. The world was loud: it was full of noises from strange places. Just last week, as he was celebrating his little sister’s birthday, the boys outside de...

Breathe

Harshita Ray, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018

Filed under Archive, Art and Literature

Breathe That’s probably the word that I’ve heard the most when my whole body has shut down Going into complete panic world Ready for pain Ready for discord - Right now all I’m doing is trying to breathe Gasping for oxygen to...

Olentangy Liberty’s 2017 Trip to the Iron Curtain

Kaylee Carbetta, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

Filed under Archive, Art and Literature, Liberty News, World News

From March 16 to the 25th, 25 Olentangy Liberty students and 5 chaperones will be traveling abroad to visit several major Central European cities including: Berlin, Germany, Prague, Czech Republic, Krakow, Poland, and Budapest, ...

The Goldfinch

Aidan Behrens, Marketing/Business Manager

February 22, 2017

Filed under Archive, Art and Literature

On the way to my home On the dusty sidewalk I see a goldfinch Oscillating in an attempt to fly on broken wings What would you do With something so Weak laying on the ground dying It took me in Its struggle I ne...

Liberty Theatre Workshop presents original play

Kristen Torrence, Staff Writer

February 6, 2017

Filed under Archive, Art and Literature, Liberty News

Liberty theatre workshop will be putting on an original musical entitled “The YNOT Awards” in the OLHS theatre next weekend on Friday the 10th, Saturday the 11th and Sunday the 12th. The play is a comedy, written by the current...

Sesquipedalian Insanity – A Poem

Olivia Okin, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016

Filed under Archive, Art and Literature

As a sesquipedalian anomaly, It’s difficult to escape the word-filled cacophony,   The myriad of existential oblivion, High school-- full of teachers who’re reptilian.   Slanderous, nefarious, deniers of vellichor, Their ...

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