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Advice I Wish I Had Freshman Year

Advice I Wish I Had Freshman Year

Kalee VanDeBoe, Advertisement Editor

May 31, 2016


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High school can either be the best or worst four years of your life depending on how you chose to make it. As an incoming senior celebrating my last year at Freedom High School, I've learned a lot and have grown a lot as well. Here are twenty-five tips I wish I had as a freshman to make my past few year...

Online Testing vs. In-School Testing

Online Testing vs. In-School Testing

Tyler Young, Staff Writer

May 25, 2016


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As technology continues to progress at a rapid rate in today’s world, online testing has started to replace some written tests. For this current school year, End Of Course (EOC) exams for subjects such as US History and Algebra II have been taken on computers, however Advanced Placement (AP) tests ar...

17 Things I Learned in 17 Years

17 Things I Learned in 17 Years

Anastasiya Sukhenko, Photo Editor & Special Effects

May 18, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Don’t Settle Don’t settle. Don’t participate in activities you don’t like. Don’t eat gross food. Don’t associate yourself with people who are not good for you. You’ve got to find what you love and do it. Don’t think that your dreams or aspirations can’t come true because they...

10 Things I Hate About Everything

10 Things I Hate About Everything

Tori Chin, News Editor/Public Relations

April 25, 2016


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I am asked frequently why I look “angry” or “irritated” when walking through the halls or while going about my normal, everyday activities. The majority of the time, it’s just a combination of the way my face looks at rest and a dramatically protruding under bite. On the slight chance that...

New Coaster Rolling In Soon

New Coaster Rolling In Soon

Jon Hordeyczuk, Staff Writer

April 20, 2016


Filed under Opinion

This summer on June 10th, Sea World will be unveiling their new roller coaster, called the Mako. The Mako will be the tallest, fastest, and longest roller coaster in Central Florida. It will be 4,760 feet long (0.9 mi), have a 200 foot drop, and reach a top speed of 73 mph. I believe the Mako c...

London: A Staff Writer’s View

London: A Staff Writer’s View

Catherine Weng, Staff Writer

April 5, 2016


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London is a city that boasts of a thriving tourist industry. Home of the Big Ben, a clock that stands 315 feet high and is perhaps one of the most famous clocks in the world, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, and tons of other amazing sites, London is truly a cosmopolitan city. I, of course, was happy...

10 Reasons Why You Should Join Newspaper

10 Reasons Why You Should Join Newspaper

Tori Chin, News Editor/Public Relations

March 30, 2016


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With this year’s emergence of FHS Revolution flyers and the debut of its Twitter account, many are just beginning to realize that Freedom High School has a newspaper. The Revolution newspaper staff consists of less than twenty writers and is looking for more students to join and have the chance...

What Current Musicians Do You Think Will Stand The Test Of Time?

What Current Musicians Do You Think Will Stand The Test Of Time?

Nic Clarke, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016


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Today, there are countless musicians and bands that are admired by fans around the world. From rap to alternative, and from electronic to country, every band and musician does his or her best to make a statement and have an impact on society.  Some are also known for much more than their music, rather...

Cheating The System

Cheating The System

Jon Hordeyczuk, Staff Writer

February 25, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Everyone has cheated on an assignment at least once in their lifetime. Many students share the answers of their homework and even worse, the answers of their tests. Each teacher has their own ways of combating cheating on tests. “The biggest problem I had with cheating was that one of my students took a ...

Does Technology Make Us More Alone?

Does Technology Make Us More Alone?

Nic Clarke, Staff Writer

February 22, 2016


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Over the past few years; the advancements in technology have skyrocketed. Our limits seem endless and our aim is set high for all the improvements we are looking to accomplish.  There are endless ways to use technology, from interacting with friends, to paying bills, to gaining access to free movies. ...

NCAA Says No Pay

NCAA Says No Pay

Sam Allen, Staff Writer

February 1, 2016


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Viewed and loved by millions, college football generates billions of dollars each year, yet the stars of the scene don’t receive a single penny. The controversy on whether college football players should be paid has gone on for years and to this day the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)...

Hollering At Hotties

Hollering At Hotties

Tyler Young, Staff Writer

January 29, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Men try to get women’s attention in many different ways. Some ways are very effective while others not so much. There is one dilemma though, is it really ok for men and boys to comment on women and girls on the street? While some women take comments as compliments, others take it as a little more t...

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