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The Coronavirus Diaries

The Coronavirus Diaries

April 2, 2020

April 2, 2020 -- Liberty High School, Liberty, Missouri, The Bell student newspaper staff -- Wake Up Call  by senior Anthony Savastino When I take a chance to stop and think about what’s happening in the world today it’s crazy. A virus has spread across the world and it’s affecting everything. At first, I was like many other people that ...

Coming Together for Frostbite

Coming Together for Frostbite

Sidney Lowry

March 4, 2020

I can’t lie. I am not that into football. It’s a fun thing to do with my family during the season, but if you asked me to name a Chiefs player other than Patrick Mahomes or Travis Kelce, I would honestly struggle for a second. When Super Bowl Sunday came around, I didn’t think much...

Keep On, Keepin’ On

Keep On, Keepin’ On

Zahra Khan

March 4, 2020

The best feeling in the world is when I find something I absolutely love, especially a hobby. The butterflies you get, the over-excitement and just pure happiness about trying something new is exhilarating. The problem is I can’t stick with it. When I was growing up I was involved in a ton ...

Decisions, Decisions

Decisions, Decisions

Liz Gammon

March 4, 2020

Have you seen the show, The Good Place? If not then let me brief you on one of the characters I associate with deeply. His name is Chidi Anagonye, and throughout his life, he has struggled to make decisions quickly. I mirror that behavior. For example, one time at my parents’ Alma Mater’s merch store,...

Ghosts, Ghouls, and Monsters, Oh My!

Ghosts, Ghouls, and Monsters, Oh My!

Alyah Craig

March 3, 2020

I’ve always had this interesting obsession with the things in life that no one truly knows the truth about. Bigfoot could definitely exist, shapeshifters honestly live among us and aliens could plague the universe at any given moment. While a lot of these ideas are often turned down by skep...

My Chemical Romance The Black Parade Review

My Chemical Romance The Black Parade Review

Ari Revella

March 3, 2020

My Chemical Romance is known for being one of the most theatrical and energetic pop-punk bands of the 2000s, and “The Black Parade” is their peak. This is their third and most popular studio album, following their second album, “Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge.” My Chemical Romance was...

Are students aware of their options after high school?

Are students aware of their options after high school?

Emma Stauffer

March 3, 2020

Staff Vote - Yes: 12  No: 7 From attending college, going to a trade or vocational school, joining the military or becoming a part of the workforce, students have many options after leaving LHS. There are many educational paths to achieve each of these, and LHS offers many resourc...

What Now?

What Now?

Regan Johnston and Emma Stauffer

March 3, 2020

Deciding what to do after high school is something every student must face, however difficult it can be. There are many options for students nearing graduation, such as attending a four year or two-year college, going to a trade school, joining the military or entering the workforce. There are ...

Harry Styles Fine Line Review

Harry Styles Fine Line Review

Ari Revella

February 13, 2020

Personally, I never cared too much for One Direction’s music, let alone Harry Styles’ debut self-titled album back in 2017. There were a few great moments on the self-titled, specifically the singles, but it was inconsistent and didn’t flow well. But this album, Fine Line, is a step up fro...

Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect

Zahra Khan

February 12, 2020

Every day after school I plop onto my bed, backpack out of sight and phone in hand. I scroll aimlessly through my feed, skimming past the same celebrities, friends and relatives I know. I stop on one photo, noticing how happy the girl is in the picture. She seemed picture-perfect, she seemed ...

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