America as Seen Through the Eyes of Teenagers. The New York Times asked high school students to document their community. The images will appear in an interactive web feature on the Lens Blog (http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/20/my-hometown-teenagers-document-america) and will be archived in the Library of Congress. What does America look like to young people today? In the coming months, high school students will create a 21st century portrait of America, turning their cameras on their neighborhoods, families, friends and schools. It is hoped the project will allow young people from bustling cities, Rust Belt towns and rural outposts to capture their communities in all their complexities — from portraits and fleeting moments to sweeping landscapes and quiet insights.
LHS students were asked to document their view of community and what they found important. Enjoy the photos. Click on photos to view slideshows.
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Chesty Lion symbol was drawn by Paul
Coker, Jr. in 1946. A Liberty Memorial High School graduate,
he is now a well-known cartoonist. The Lion is chesty because
he is proud of LHS and the things for which it stand