Revolution

4th Quarter Quest for Success

4th Quarter Quest for Success

Drew Meyerson, Editor-in-Chief

March 27, 2017


Filed under Features

  The fourth quarter has suddenly descended upon Freedom High School. Many students, especially upperclassmen, are undoubtedly becoming impatient as they complete the year. However, the second semester is not yet over, and it’s more important than ever to focus on schoolwork. For juniors,...

Aidan Boggs: Jack of All Trades

Aidan Boggs: Jack of All Trades

Jacob Schuster, Staff Writer

March 10, 2017


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Senior Aidan Boggs has played lacrosse for Freedom High School for four years, where he has risen to the rank of Captain. His fellow teammates and peers admire his ability on the field. “He’s one of the best players on the team,” said Senior James O’Brien, a frequent spectator at games. “Definitely...

Jared Shollenberger, the Tennis Menace

Jared Shollenberger, the Tennis Menace

Jacob Schuster, Staff Writer

March 7, 2017


Filed under Features

Jared Shollenberger is the Captain of the Freedom Boys' Tennis team. As a senior in his fourth year of high school tennis, he has high hopes for this year's team. The team graduated several seniors last year, so there were not big expectations for the 2017 season, according to returning players. However,...

O’Sullivan’s Favorite Songs

O’Sullivan’s Favorite Songs

Drew Meyerson, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017


Filed under #TeacherFeature, Features

Many Freedom students have become familiar with one of the newest additions to the English Department staff, Mrs. O’Sullivan. However, Pats may be unaware of the fact that O’Sullivan has a rather specific taste in music. The educator shared her favorite songs, as well as some reasoning behind her...

Andraos Scoopin’ Stacks

Andraos Scoopin’ Stacks

Aidan Carney, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017


Filed under Faces of Freedom, Features

Ten months ago, Kristina Andraos walked into Caffe Italiano for her first day of work. Her job responsibilities include scooping gelato and making panini sandwiches. Despite mediocre hours and customer issues, Andraos enjoys working most of the time and is recognized as a key person in running the restaurant...

Where Do You Get Your News?

Where Do You Get Your News?

Drew Meyerson, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017


Filed under Features

In today’s technological age, it’s easier than ever for people, especially students, to stay connected to each other and the world around them. This connectivity grants students the ability to receive consistent updates in all types of news. However, it seems that far too often this luxury of constant...

Ring in the Year of the Rooster

Ring in the Year of the Rooster

Catherine Weng and Tori Chin

January 27, 2017


Filed under Features

The Year of the Rooster begins on Saturday, Jan. 28. The Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival, follows the lunar calendar, meaning it falls on a different day each year according to the phases of the moon. It typically falls in January or February. The ‘Rooster’ is the tenth of twelve...

Students Take Home Simulator Babies

Students Take Home Simulator Babies

Mhauri Gilliam, Staff Writer

November 1, 2016


Filed under Features

This past week around Freedom’s campus, some students have been bringing life-like baby dolls to their classes. While entertaining, the dolls are more than just toys. They’re meant to educate students about parenthood. Students of Mrs. Andersen’s Parenting Skills class have begun checking out...

Meet the Tallest Man on Campus: Alek Rojas

Meet the Tallest Man on Campus: Alek Rojas

Aidan Boggs, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016


Filed under Faces of Freedom, Features

Alek Rojas is a Junior at Freedom High School and is arguably the tallest man on campus, measuring a staggering six feet eight inches. In proportion to his height, Rojas also wears a size fifteen shoe.  Rojas believes it is all in his genes - his mother is five feet ten inches, his father, like Alek,...

Levy Lands Bucs Position

Levy Lands Bucs Position

Aidan Carney, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016


Filed under Faces of Freedom, Features

Some students might get bored at a typical part-time job, but working for a professional sporting club is a completely different story. Junior Bryce Levy is an employed worker for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Having worked for the team since he was 13, Levy has made many connections and bonds through the...

Meet Mr. McCoy

Meet Mr. McCoy

Jacob Ishak, Staff Writer

October 12, 2016


Filed under #TeacherFeature, Features

Mr. Derrick McCoy graduated from Freedom High School in 2006 and has found himself back on campus, this time as a teacher. McCoy serves FHS as TV production director, history teacher, and wrestling coach. Before he started teaching, McCoy tried his hand at many things. He really enjoys being active,...

Freedom Student Gone Virtual

Freedom Student Gone Virtual

Catherine Weng, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

October 11, 2016


Filed under Features

Karina Herrera has just entered her Junior year. This past month was filled with new school supplies, getting to know her teachers and starting a whole new semester, just like most of her peers. However, unlike many of the students she attended Freshman and Sophomore years at Freedom High School with,...

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