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Christmas Traditions

Christmas Traditions

Love Djina Debreus

December 19, 2013


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Christmas season is celebrated around the world in a lot of different ways, varying by country and region. Each country has its own unique way of celebrating the Christmas season. An element common in many areas of the world are the lightning of Christmas trees, the hanging of wreaths, Christmas stocking,...

Go Green Or Go Home

Go Green Or Go Home

Alan Ruiz, Staff Writer

December 19, 2013


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Shari Wilson, science teacher here at Freedom High School is undeniably passionate about the three R’s (reducing, reusing, and recycling). Wilson is the club sponsor for the Earth Team. “Earth team is a club that the goal is to build a perimeter around Freedom high School that is going to be a...

Batkid Saves San Francisco

Batkid Saves San Francisco

Megan Ghillyer, Staff Writer

November 19, 2013


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San Francisco shut down on November 15, 2013 to make a wish come true. 5-year-old Miles Scott, is a leukemia survivor. He’s been suffering from the disease most of his life. His parents describe the boy as a ‘shy kid’, unless he’s wearing his batman costume. The caped crusader is his favorite...

Which Sandwich

Which Sandwich

Tommy Capobianco, Kevin Chow, Staff Writers

November 18, 2013


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Sandwich shops are a popular choice for food in the New Tampa area.  There are numerous stores offering subs in the New Tampa area, and every shop has its own style and taste. A poll of 51 students was taken on the Freedom High School Revolution website to find out which sub shop the students of Freedom...

Yummy in My Tummy

Yummy in My Tummy

Kevin Chow, Staff Writer

November 8, 2013


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Otis Spunkmeyer cookies are sold in the lunchroom and are arguably extremely delicious cookies. “[I like to] taste the consistency of each individual chocolate chip. I can taste the sticky consistency of such a moist cookie. [It is] a magical mixture that creates a majestic cookie,” junior Jacob...

Make A Change, Keep The Change

Make A Change, Keep The Change

Jordan Philyor, Staff Writer

November 6, 2013


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In recent years, the nutritional value of snacks provided in vending machines in our nation’s schools has been challenged. If a student were to go to one of the two vending machines campus here at FHS, he or she would find snacks such as Lay’s potato chips, Cheetos, Honey Buns, etc. Though these...

Where Are They Now?

Where Are They Now?

Caitlyn Stevenson, Editor-In-Chief

November 5, 2013


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The choices we make in high school can affect the way the rest of our lives turn out. The classes we choose to take have an impact on our career choices and opportunities. For class of 2012 graduate Joseph Augustine, the choice to take ROTC for three years has made an impact on his status and income...

Roese Saves Turtle

Roese Saves Turtle

Ashley Doyle

November 1, 2013


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Rumors have been going around that Mrs.Roese, a science teacher at Freedom High School, had saved a sea turtle. "Someone gave me a turtle that is not on the endangered species list but is threatened. The species is called the Barbour’s Map turtle. The Barbour’s Map turtles are going to be on...

Homecoming Flashback

Homecoming Flashback

Andrea Rinard

October 31, 2013


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Homecoming 1987 was my first official date with the man who would eventually become my husband.  We got to be friends during that summer, and despite my best efforts and shortest skirts, Jason didn’t take the hint that I wanted to be more than friends until he’d left for the University of Florida...

Golf Team Headed to State Tournament

Golf Team Headed to State Tournament

October 30, 2013


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  Among Freedom High School’s roughly two-thousand students is a group of thirteen athletes somewhat overshadowed by the more popular sports. These athletes are a part of the golf team. The boys’ team, led by coach Michael Pasarelli, won the district championship and placed second in...

Graff Joins Freedom Team

Graff Joins Freedom Team

Ashley Doyle

October 22, 2013


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Shea Graff joined the Freedom family as an assistant principal at the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year. Before Graff attended Freedom High School, her first job was as an accountant assistant for a law firm. In her second job, she sold wedding dresses, and after that she was a reading teacher...

She’s The Man

She’s The Man

Jon Heidenberg, Features Editor

October 1, 2013


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  Hanna Seybold is the perfect example of someone with tremendous school spirit. When Seybold is not in class, she is either representing the school soccer team, the cheerleading squad, or the yearbook. Seybold began playing soccer out of sheer passion. She is a dedicated soccer player that...

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