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Shop Till You Drop

Shop Till You Drop

Sam Allen and Catherine Weng

November 13, 2015


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A new outlet mall just opened in Tampa, and it includes many of your favorite stores. Calvin Klein, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Pacsun, Nike, Forever 21, and Adidas are some of the over 110 stores now available. “Personally, my favorite stores are Tommy Hilfiger, Polo, Sperry, and J. Crew,”...

Free Admission For SGA? No Way!

Free Admission For SGA? No Way!

Sam Allen, Staff Writer

November 2, 2015


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At Freedom High School, the Student Government Association (SGA) plays a big role in the setup of events. The group takes care of setting up pep rallies, homecoming, and prom, among others. “SGA is sort of in charge of keeping up the pace of the school, our goal is to get as many students as we...

Teacher Shortage Taking its Toll

Teacher Shortage Taking its Toll

Tommy Capobianco, Editor-in-Chief

October 27, 2015


Filed under BEST OF SNO, News

“I’m not going to be here tomorrow,” words spoken by a teacher that can either be the best or worst thing those students have heard. No one really minds the occasional missed day by an instructor, but a troubling trend has risen in schools throughout the system, long-term absences by teachers. Maria...

FHS Hockey Gets a New Look

FHS Hockey Gets a New Look

Tyler Young, Staff Writer

October 27, 2015


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Freedom’s hockey team has been receiving a tremendous amount of support by students this year compared to the previous years. With more and more students going to the games, one Freedom student thought it would be a good idea to change the jerseys, so he started designing his own. Will Shima, sen...

Finish What Was Started

Finish What Was Started

Quenden James, Guest Contributor

October 23, 2015


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Freedom High School’s very own Boys Patriots basketball team will be starting their fifth season under Coach Cedric Smith on November 18th at Leto High School. When Smith came to Freedom, he inherited a talented team that didn’t quite know what they were missing; little did they know he was the f...

WATER ON MARS

WATER ON MARS

Brain Rushe, Staff Writer

October 15, 2015


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Water has been found on Mars in both liquid and ice form, but this doesn’t mean we’ll soon have mansions on Mars. In fact, the water on Mars isn’t nutritious enough for our bodies at all. It’s filled with perchlorates, which is a kind of salt that can be very harmful to us humans. “Some...

Cheerios Fail

Cheerios Fail

Megan Ghillyer, Editor-In-Chief

October 12, 2015


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Freedom Patriots that are allergic to gluten, this is a story for you. Cheerios, a General Mills brand, has had to recall over 1.8 million boxes of gluten-free Cheerios and gluten-free Honey Nut Cheerios because they may contain gluten. It was reported Monday that boxes produced at General Mills’...

HOCO or NO-GO?

HOCO or NO-GO?

Kalee VanDeBoe and Anastasia Correia

September 30, 2015


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Homecoming is an eagerly awaited, somewhat stressful day that many students at Freedom High School look forward to. Many plan weeks in advance to make sure they have the perfect look to turn heads at that years dance. However, there have been some rumors of new rules amongst the student body regarding...

Freedom’s Breakfast Clubs

Freedom’s Breakfast Clubs

Catherine Weng, Staff Writer

September 25, 2015


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Freedom High School offers 35 clubs to its students. Though there is a wide selection of clubs to choose from, students may only join up to three interest clubs. There are no other limits. Our Club Rush this year was on September 3rd and 4th. During these days, students may join many of our school cl...

Entertaining Electives

Entertaining Electives

Diana Mascio, Op/Ed Editor

September 25, 2015


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New electives have arrived to Freedom High School this 2015-2016 school year. “We didn’t offer enough choices to provide interest,” explains Matt Smith (APC) of the new additions. In fact Smith confirmed there will be even more additions to the elective pool next year. These are the new electives...

Privileges Not Rights

Privileges Not Rights

Alan Ruiz, Staff Writer

September 25, 2015


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Some seniors consider their privileges to be tradition, while others believe that they deserve it. These reasons have all been taken into account by the Freedom High School faculty, but there is a process that these privileges must go through in order for them to be granted. “Administration review...

Crossing Enemy Lines

Crossing Enemy Lines

Megan Ghillyer, Editor-In-Chief

September 11, 2015


Filed under Features, News

The summer has ended and we’re back at school. Though, our school seems to have changed a bit while students were off tanning and vacationing. Freedom High School has a new principal. His name is Kevin Stephenson. So far, Mr. Stephenson is enjoying being a Freedom Patriot. “The kids are friendly....

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