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Senior Emily Young uses the heat press to make a shirt for the Powder-Puff game.

New projects, new changes

Mikalah Smith, Asst. Sports Editor November 30, 2021

Many new changes are coming to the Freedom Fortune 500 class. This past year, Ms. Kristen Milanovich resigned and Mr. Jesse Gagich took over the class. Gagich used to be in charge of the elementary school’s...

On Nov. 5, the members of Physics Club and Dr. Brian Wargo gathered around the
trebuchet after a successful day of launching various items across the field.

Physics Club’s annual Fall Fest makes its return

Alexa Davis, Features Editor November 30, 2021

After the rescheduling of Fall Fest in 2020, the annual activity finally picked back up on Thursday, Nov. 4 and Friday, Nov. 5. The sixth graders and the high school’s Physics Club students gathered...

Average amounts of turkey consumed by Americans every five years starting in 1970 through 2020.

Turkey tradition

Janey Parks, Staff Writer November 30, 2021

Every year on Thanksgiving, families all over the world celebrate in different ways, but many people typically fall into similar traditions. Thanksgiving became a national holiday in 1863 and takes place...

Sleep deprivation is a serious issue among students with a Healthline research study showing that 73% of high school students are not getting enough sleep.

Better sleep, better success

Christopher Denkovich, Assistant News Editor October 29, 2021

Sleep is one of the most important processes for the body. If one has ever woken up feeling tired, groggy and completely out of their normal cycle, chances are that they are sleep-deprived. The Centers...

Harry Styles sings “Fine Line” to his fans during his concert at PPG Paints Arena
on Oct. 14, 2021.

The show goes on

Jessica Majors, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

After a year full of cancelations and unknowns, the music industry is putting its name back on the charts. Due to COVID-19, concerts were either getting rescheduled to a later date or getting canceled...

On Oct. 15, the Freedom cheerleaders wear pink and cheer for a cure at Geneva College in support of breast cancer awareness month.

In October, we wear pink

Janey Parks, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

Breast cancer is a terrible disease that plagues and affects people in the United States everyday. According to BreastCancer.org, in 2021 an estimated 281,550 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected...

“Halloween Kills:” a review

Ana Shipman, Editorial Editor October 29, 2021

“Halloween Kills,” a movie about the infamous Micheal Myers, carries on the series of the inhumane killer. This movie takes place immediately after “Halloween,” which came out in 2018. In the 2018...

Hay rides at pumpkin patches are a common popular fall season activity.

Fun fall traditions

Troy Pawlowski, Sports Editor October 29, 2021

The leaves on the trees are changing colors and pumpkins are ready to be pulled from their vines. Fall is back in season and students are getting ready for this time of year. Corn mazes and pumpkin patches...

With September being National Suicide Awareness month, suicide awareness is highlighted, and this pandemic has affected many in the world.

The true pandemic

Ana Shipman, Editorial Editor October 6, 2021

Today, in this day and age, suicide is truly an issue that plagues the world. Multiple people during the year end up taking their lives. From the World Health Organization (WHO), research shows that every...

Hurricane Ida makes landfall in Louisiana as a category 4 hurricane, producing 10 feet of storm surge.

Hurricane Ida makes landfall, leaves much devastation

Mikalah Smith, Assistant Sports Editor September 30, 2021

On Aug. 29, Hurricane Ida made landfall near Port Fourchon, La. With winds of 150 mph, just shy of a Category 5 storm, Hurricane Ida is the second most powerful hurricane to ever hit Louisiana. Ida caused...

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