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Students who dont stimulate their brains over the summer can fall behind their peers that do. On the contrary, students who feel like they are behind their peers can use this as an opportunity to catch up.

Summer activities make return to school easier

Christopher Denkovich, Asst. News Editor May 24, 2022

As soon as the school year starts, students rush to their calendars to look for days off, and they start counting down the days until summer. Many students wait to do nothing more than relax on warm, sunny,...

The morality of tourism has been a popular debate since traveling grew more popular, but there are always ways to become a more respectful tourist.

Taking on tourism

Kaylee Ostrowski, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

Imagine relaxing on a sunny, tropical beach, admiring the architecture in a foreign city or enjoying ethnic foods with flavors you’ve never experienced before. Traveling allows for one to break away...

Students show off their prom flowers in a circle on May 6.

April showers bring May flowers

Megan Evans, Copy Editor May 24, 2022

With rainy April days wrapping up, warmer air flows in adjacent to May. The name of the month, May, originates from Greek mythology – from the Greek goddess Maia. Maia is associated with growing and...

Still in shock, junior Megan Evans is congratulated by PSPA Contest Chair Paul Fantaski after winning the Editorial Cartoon contest at States on March 30.

Capturing news through eyes of media

Jessica Majors, Photo Editor May 24, 2022

Three tasks that come very naturally to students that take part in media classes at Freedom: recording a video, writing an article and capturing an image. Advised by Mr. Aaron Fitzpatrick, Print Media...

Winter clothing is easy to cover up in while summer clothing can be uncomfortable.

Summertime sadness

Megan Evans, Copy Editor May 2, 2022

As winter starts wrapping up, the warm summer air starts flowing in. With swimming in the pool, tanning in the sun, relaxing outside and hanging out with friends, summer is a month of great times and no...

Assassins is a high school tradition that has been around for decades, where water guns are used to eliminate participants from the game.

Juniors continue tradition of ‘Assassins’ game

Brigette Richard, Business Manager May 2, 2022

Playing “Assassins” has been a tradition for high school juniors for decades. Not only Freedom students play this game, but other schools around the county and even across the country do. “Assassins”...

As shown here, pencil lead often gets onto the side of lefties’ hands as they write, which is just one of the many struggles they encounter daily.

Left-handed people face underrepresentation, struggles in society

Sarah Levenson, Editor-in-Chief May 2, 2022

People use their hands constantly to help them complete everyday tasks. While some do not think twice about which specific hand they use to perform a function, many left-handed individuals are frequently...

Then-junior Renae Mohrbacher presents her long-term during the 2020-2021 school year.

STEM classes prove important for future success

Ana Shipman, Editorial Editor May 2, 2022

Many dread the thought of walking into math class during the day; however, a lot abandon the thought of how important it is to be taking science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) classes....

Rue, played by Zendaya, unreliably narrates episodes of Euphoria, as she is a drug addict.

‘Euphoria’ accused of glamorizing addiction

Ana Shipman, Editorial Editor March 31, 2022

“Euphoria” is a television series that attracted many towards its deep plot and intricate characters. The show touches on different real life situations, such as addiction, family issues, grief, mental...

Mr. Kenneth Dickey and his wife stand in front of an F-16 military plane. Dickey served 20 years in the United States Air Force.

New English teacher a month into position

Paige Young, News Editor March 31, 2022

On Feb. 7, the junior class underwent a change in their English classes. At the beginning of the school year, Ms. Amanda Hryckowian was a long-term substitute teacher for the eleventh grade English classes...

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