Talent of the Week: Paul Liebal


Mark Conrad

The next time you go out with friends you might want to learn this impressive and extraordinary talent from Junior standout student Paul Liebal. Paul can fold a dollar bill into the perfect shape of a T-shirt. If you want to learn this fancy artistry Paul is more than happy to assist you. Paul has been perfecting his currency origami dating back to his parochial days at St. Patrick’s in Newry. Paul says he got the idea when his former classmate Nathan Conacher folded a piece of paper into a fire breathing dragon.

Name: Paul Liebal

Class: Junior

Involvements at BG: Football, Track and Field, Cleaning up around campus on the weekends

Favorite Teacher:  Ms. Guo

Favorite Subject: Pre-Algebra

Favorite Song: Thrift Shop- Macklemore

Favorite Food: “You name it I’ll eat it”

Favorite Color: Sherbert

Favorite Ice Cream Flavor: Moosetracks in a waffle cone

Favorite Type of Bill to fold: “One hundreds because that’s all I have”

Role Model: Steve Irwin, Crocodile Enthusiest

Tips for new oragamist: practice, practice, practice, and when you think you’ve practiced enough, practice some more.

Goals for this school year: High Honor roll each marking period, make new friends, and try to get out of my comfort zone.

Goals for future oragami ideas: Shoe, Shark, Sweater, Surfboard

Inspiration for Oragami: Former classmate Nathan Conacher

Favorite oragamist: Robert Harbin