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The Most Controversial Books in Public Schools

The Most Controversial Books in Public Schools

Jamie Hsiao, Staff Writer

January 24, 2018


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It may seem strange that timeless literary classics could face such harsh condemnation and backlash. Books are often censored in public schools due to objectionable content, such as explicit language, or religious or political opinions. Actions taken towards ban certain books have sparked nationwide...

The Commuter: Off the Rails

The Commuter: Off the Rails

Kevin Le, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


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Liam Neeson returns to action flicks with his new movie The Commuter, filled with fights, mysteries and thrills. With this new film, Neeson is Michael, an insurance salesman, whose daily commute on the train gets interrupted by a mysterious stranger, Vera Farmiga's character. With other Liam Neeson m...

The Return of Vine

The Return of Vine

Evan Castro, Staff Writer

December 24, 2017


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For many people, Vine was an iconic social media platform where individuals from all over the world could find dank memes. Unfortunately, in 2016, Vine came to an end when the creators shut it down. To many students at Freedom High School, this was a very sad time. However, the creator of Vine recently...

Home Alone: A Traditionally Untraditional Christmas Movie

Home Alone: A Traditionally Untraditional Christmas Movie

Danny Wood, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


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With midterms approaching this holiday season, there is no better way to take a break from intense cramming sessions than to watch some classic Christmas movies, such as A Christmas Story, The Santa Clause, A Christmas Carol, Rudolph, and many more... OTHER THAN HOME ALONE. The movie series Home Alone...

Beware the Falling Snow

Beware the Falling Snow

Genevieve Clark, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


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The hottest new film, The Snowman, is not related to the beloved Frosty the Snowman by any means. This latest Scandinavian horror movie leaves the audience in pure shock. It is filled with multiple plot twists and talented actors. It is a perfect visual representation of the novel of the same name...

Kudos to FHS Winter Guard

Kudos to FHS Winter Guard

Genevieve Clark, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017


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Freedom High School’s Winter Guard team is an adventure for talented students interested in learning new choreography and competing in multiple competitions. The Winter Guard performers practice every Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The team reportedly has the longest practice hours out of...

Thor: Ragnarok A Box Office Smash

Thor: Ragnarok A Box Office Smash

Kevin Le, Staff Writer

November 13, 2017


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Thor, the God of Thunder, returns to the big screen with Thor: Ragnarok, which appears to be a big success. This is the third installment of the Thor franchise, following Thor: The Dark World and Thor. Thor: Ragnarok was definitely an improvement from the previous movies. Marvel learned from its mistakes...

Two is Better than One: A Little Night Music

Two is Better than One: A Little Night Music

Brittany Zheng, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


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Over the past three months, members of chorus and musical theater worked hard to prepare for A Little Night Music. The concert combined two distinct classes with varying talents and personalities to put on a phenomenal show. The performance consisted of dancing, singing and many student solos. “Leading up to th...

Asian Drinks Taste Test

Wynter Rodriquez, Jamie Hsiao, and Brittany Zheng

November 8, 2017


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Watch the newspaper staff try popular Asian drinks!

Newspaper Staff Reads Website Comments

Newspaper Staff Reads Website Comments

Drew Meyerson, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017


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What Would You do With a Million Dollars?

What Would You do With a Million Dollars?

TylerYoung, Staff Writer

November 21, 2016


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With a large amount of school work most high school students receive, among participating in extracurricular activities and clubs, balancing a job can be difficult. However, many high school students are able to do this because having money as an incentive is a great motivating force. Although, having...

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