FHS Press

Gone for good?: Animals are going extinct

Joey Pail, Staff Writer

April 30, 2015

Animals are going extinct very fast and even with extreme efforts, they’re still dying. There are many species of animals that are being hunted, having their habitats destroyed, are suffering from climate changes or pollution. The...

The internet is fool of pranks: This year’s April Fool’s Day was filled with online gags

Michael Fricke, Asst. Art Director

April 30, 2015

Years ago, people were forced to settle with pranking their friends in person. This April however, many major corporations launched their own April Fool’s Day gags that flooded the internet. Advertisements were launched featuring...

Job talk: Freedom student edition: Freedom students discuss their jobs

Lea Gualtieri, Asst. Photo Design Editor

April 30, 2015

Senior Maura Lehocky Place of work: “Smokey Bones” How long: “A year and a half” Favorite or least favorite part: “It provides money, and that is always good, and also meeting new people.”   Senior...

2015 New technology

Breanna Leasure, Copy Editor

April 30, 2015

The bending battery On April 6, Stanford created one of the fastest-charging aluminum batteries. The scientists located at Stanford claim that the battery can be charged in mere minutes. However, this is no normal battery becaus...

Reusing Recycling

Emily Allego, Staff Writer

April 30, 2015

In past years, students have had the option during lunch to recycle their plastic bottles and pop cans, but this year that has changed. There’s no longer a recycling can in the cafeteria so instead students are forced to throw...

Email purge, latest tech gaffe

Raylen Welling, Business Manager

April 30, 2015

On March 15, 2015 the freedomarea.org email domain underwent a great change leaving many students and faculty members in a panic. “It’s system wide. Anyone with the google email or anybody that was part of the freedomarea...

Frustrations mount over limited tech support: Students and school officials seek solutions

Raylen Welling, Business Manager

March 31, 2015

With nearly 500 students at FHS, each with a school-issued laptop, problems can be expected to arise. To address these needs, Consensus Technologies is under contract with the Freedom Area School District, but many students and...

Speak now or forever hold your peace: What are teachers allowed to teach their students?

Dereck Majors, Staff Writer

March 31, 2015

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. At any time a citizen is able speak their mind under the First Amendment, which constitutes citizens the right to Freedom of Speech, Religion, Press, Assembly and Petition. But what about...