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Community Service List

Community Service List

Diana Mascio, Staff Writer

April 20, 2016


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“When I hear ‘community service’ I think of a convict on the side of the highway wearing a bright orange reflective vest picking up trash,” said Karina Garcia, a sophomore. While most students have the same image in their heads when community service is mentioned, those who are applying to...

Tampa Palms Spring Carnival

Tampa Palms Spring Carnival

Catherine Weng, Staff Writer

April 7, 2016


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When: Saturday, April 9th  11am-3pm Where: Tampa Palms Elementary 6100 Tampa Palms Ave, Tampa, FL 33647   Come stop by the carnival this Saturday! There will be activities that the family can enjoy such as games, booths, face painting, auctions, drawings, cakewalks, and food truck...

FHS Water Wars

FHS Water Wars

Sam Allen, Student Features Editor

April 5, 2016


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Water Wars is a well-known tradition at Freedom High School. It is a senior-created and senior-only event. The event involves running around and shooting other teams' members with water guns. Teams will be made, trust will be lost, and friendship will be broken in this intense war. The combatants must...

Busch Gardens Debuts its Newest Ride

Busch Gardens Debuts its Newest Ride

Tommy Capobianco, Editor-In-Chief

March 25, 2016


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Get ready adrenaline junkies, because Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is constructing another thrill ride. Cobra’s Curse, the newest addition to Busch Garden’s fun-filled lineup of rides, is set to be a unique experience from the queue line to the exit line. “This exhibit will give our guests an unfor...

Patti’s Perspective

Patti’s Perspective

Nic Clarke, Staff Writer

March 11, 2016


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In today’s world it isn’t hard to recognize that teenage students don’t get the proper nutrition they need. The majority of high school kids would rather whip up a cup of ramen noodles, which put you on the express route to long term health issues, as opposed to a snack just as quick and a million...

Thank You Ms.Guida!

Thank You Ms.Guida!

Anastasiya Sukhenko, Photo Editor & Special Effects

March 10, 2016


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Aside from Ms. Guida’s seven years as a wonderful English teacher at Freedom High School, she has also been a reputable sponsor for Freedom's Student Government Association (SGA). "Serving as an executive under Guida's SGA was actually the greatest time of my high school career. I was always so...

Love Is…

Love Is…

Kalee VanDeBoe, Advertisment Manager

February 15, 2016


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Love is in the air at Freedom High School, or is it? When asked what love is to them, here are some of the answers people around campus responded with. "It's a strong connection with someone you have whether it's with someone you're in a relationship with or your family," said Sophomore Cheyenne Waite. Junior...

Disorder Downtown Causing Disconnect, Say Teachers

Disorder Downtown Causing Disconnect, Say Teachers

Tommy Capobianco, Editor-in-Chief

December 18, 2015


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Three teachers at Freedom High School in Tampa, Florida were interviewed for this story and will be referred to as “Teacher X,” “Teacher Y,” and “Teacher Z.” Along with those teachers, others were interviewed for this story for the purpose of information gathering and opinion polling. For...

Come On Down To Christmas Town

Come On Down To Christmas Town

Kalee VanDeBoe, Advertisment Manager

December 17, 2015


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Busch Garden’s Christmas Town has put smiles on many faces since 2009. Beginning on November 12th, you can enjoy all these Christmas activities until January. Christmas town goes from 2pm to 10pm, and has activities for all ages. Annual pass holders have to pay $20 for a one day pass or $25 for a ...

Creatures of Ag

Creatures of Ag

Diana Mascio, Op/Ed Editor

December 8, 2015


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Agriculture is a term usually associated with “crops,” “farming,” or “plants” but a little-known component of agriculture is animals. That’s why the agriculture classroom and the back fields look somewhat like a zoo. Animals in Mrs. Tozier-Stodgehill’s classroom and out in the fields include ...

The Festival of Lights

The Festival of Lights

Catherine Weng, Staff Writer

December 7, 2015


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With Thanksgiving already past, the holiday season is definitely upon us. Stores are rolling out their string lights, Christmas trees, and seasonal candy like peppermint bark and candy canes. ‘’Tis the season’ for purchasing presents, warming up with a cup of hot cocoa, and reuniting with family....

Black Friday

Black Friday

Tori Chin, News Editor/Public Relations

November 20, 2015


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Thanksgiving is usually a cherished day, filled with family and loved ones but as soon as the clock strikes 12:00 am, many leave the Thanksgiving scene to shop for Black Friday. This year, Tampa residents will most likely be headed to the Tampa Premium Outlets for guaranteed, quality Black Friday deals...

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