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The harmful side of convenience

The harmful side of convenience

Calla Reynolds, Asst. Editorial Editor September 30, 2022

Average consumers seek a convenient way to access modern fashion trends. Originating in the 1980s, the fast fashion industry aimed to provide consumers with an affordable solution. Although, with this...

Small Town, Big Colleges

Small Town, Big Colleges

Brigette Richard, Business Manager September 30, 2022

Coming from a small town like Freedom, many students graduate and move on to big things, such as a large college. With around 100 students in each class, moving to a college in a big city can be a huge...

Sportsmanship, respecting high school athletes

Sportsmanship, respecting high school athletes

Editorial Board September 30, 2022
Students have many responsibilities in high school, but when taking on extra loads with sports and activities, a toxic coach, student/parent section and other players can take a major toll on players. 
Bans off our bodies: women’s rights are human rights

Bans off our bodies: women’s rights are human rights

Ana Shipman, Editor-in-Cheif (Digital) September 30, 2022
People will not stop until they get the justice that they deserve.
Power-hungry people will do anything to get on top of the chain of command, including hurting others.

Abusing power leads to harmful selfishness

Madison Sanders, Asst. Editorial Editor May 24, 2022

For as long as humans have been around, there have always been people that have been considered “power-hungry.” Power-hungry people are people that will do anything to have power in their hands. People...

Many teens get starting jobs at restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores, etc. to earn extra money in the summer.

Job for the summer

Leannah Messenger, Managing Editor May 24, 2022

School is out, and every day is full of freedom to do whatever you want. Well, not exactly. You need money to go out with your friends, or a car to get a ride out. But cars cost money, gas costs money,...

The 2021-2022 Print Media Workshop class poses for a lighthearted photo on Dec. 16, 2021.

Editor-in-Chief gives final farewell

Sarah Levenson, Editor-in-Chief May 24, 2022

A time I never expected would come is actually here; this is my final article for the “FHS Press,” and my final farewell to Freedom and Print Media Workshop (PMW). If there is one class at Freedom...

Spring cleaning is when people thoroughly clean in the springtime. In many cultures, annual cleaning occurs at the end of the year, which may be in spring or winter, depending on the calendar.

Cleaning up

Janey Parks, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

In everyday life, people are surrounded by mess and clutter. There is a popular time during the year when people decide to clean all of the things that they have been avoiding. Spring cleaning allows people...

Safe space or free speech?

Safe space or free speech?

Editorial Board May 24, 2022

With Elon Musk buying Twitter, many conversations have sparked about whether or not one believes social media should have violations or not. There are many pros and cons to the chances of social media...

You are not alone

You are not alone

Editorial Board May 2, 2022

Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) was founded to raise awareness and prevent sexual assault, harassment and abuse. Sexual assault consists of any type of sexual activity or contact without consent,...

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