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School Laptops - An Opinion Story

School Laptops – An Opinion Story

Jase Rosales, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

School laptops are one of the many necessities of any school in the 21st century. Laptops can be used for just about any subject in school. They were especially needed when all the schools went virtual...

The Mask Policy

The Mask Policy

Jase Rosales, Staff Writer September 28, 2021

The mask policy has widely affected Freedom High School as well as the rest of the world. It’s something we can all relate to and comment about. In my opinion, the mask policy is one of the most...

To locker or not locker - the great debate

To locker or not locker – the great debate

Oscar Smith, Staff Writer September 20, 2021

Oscar Smith (10) debates the pros and cons of having a locker.

What its like to have a brother in college

What it’s like to have a brother in college

Michelle Morgan, Editor-In-Chief September 20, 2021

My brother, and former Freedom student in the graduating class of 2021, Glynn Morgan is now attending Piedmont University in Demorest, which is northern Georgia. From Tampa, that is anywhere between a...

I deleted my social media, and here is why you should do it too

I deleted my social media, and here is why you should do it too

Ishitha Panguluri, Staff Writer September 16, 2021

I don’t know about you, but when I think about social media, I think about a whole fourth dimension, an alternate universe. In the society we live today, we are preoccupied with getting every bit of...

Music Then vs Now: Nostalgia flooding back into our everyday playlists

Ishitha Panguluri, Staff Writer September 13, 2021

Now with old trends coming back as new trends, music from 1900’s has also made a major comeback into our radio stations, social media platforms, and other trends occurring today. Songs from our favorite...

New Year, Same Pandemic

New Year, Same Pandemic

Michelle Morgan, Editor-In-Chief September 13, 2021

It may be the first quarter of a new school year, but the same pandemic that has taken hold of the country since early 2020 still has us wrapped around its disease-ridden finger. With about 219 million...

Why we should read

Why we should read

Michelle Morgan, Editor-In-Chief September 7, 2021

Freedom High School has a large array of books in the library, but it seems mostly untouched. Sure, some sections have empty spaces, but no where near enough to be seen as heavily used right now. Whether...

A year in review

A year in review

Michelle Morgan, Staff Writer May 24, 2021

As the school year comes to a close, it is quite obvious that this year has been hectic, unexpected, and both under and overwhelming as a whole. The beginning of the year started off with a week...

Music that got me through the quarantine

Music that got me through the quarantine

Kenzo Cogswell, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

Throughout this awful school year, it was a newfound discovery of many musical artists that kept me going through this hard time. As I was always home on a computer for e-learning, I often had a lot...

Wisdom from the Seniors

Wisdom from the Seniors

Hayden Wooldridge, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

As the end of the school year nears, Freedom’s seniors get to look back on their high school year and reflect. They have survived Freshman year, exams, homecomings, pep rallies, and more. They have...

Would Dogs be Beneficial in The Classroom?

Would Dogs be Beneficial in The Classroom?

Carmen Canals, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

Animals have been known to help people improve their mental health; they can help with: depression, stress, anxiety, loneliness and more. Having a dog in the classroom could help achieve a good environment...

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