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ANAYA PERRY: A RISING STAR
[et_pb_section admin_label="section"] [et_pb_row admin_label="row"] [et_pb_column type="4_4"] [et_pb_text admin_label="Text"] It has been senior Anaya Perry’s dream to become an entertainer since she was young. She started off on Vine, (More)
PAY ATTENTION TO THE MAN BEHIND THE CURTAIN
Lights, props, colorful set-ups, actors… everyone is familiar with the performance aspect of a play because it’s what they see. What happens on stage, or what the audience experiences all allude to the time spent rehearsing and getting everything per (More)
SAFETY FIRST
It is easy for high school students to be an easy target because students who stay after school for clubs or sports practices are walking home when its darker outside. Therefore, when students are walking home at night due to extracurricular activiti (More)
FREEDOM GOES GREEN
How often do you think about the environment? How often really? With the Paris Climate Agreement reached in 2015, and subsequently revoked in 2017, it is fair to say that the environment has been a big focus for the US in the last 5 years. An example (More)
FLYING EAGLE
Aviation is a wonder that humanity has been able to accomplish since the Wright brothers originally flew in 1903, allowing humanity to see sights that before we could only dream of. Senior Mustabinur Bhuiyan has been attracted to flying since he w (More)
NALANI HORSE RESCUE
Volunteering opportunities are available throughout our community, and those who choose to set aside time to fulfill these opportunities are motivated by different incentives. Some volunteer in order to stand out and be seen as admirable to universit (More)
HEALING HOUSTON
Floods took over the coast of Houston on Aug. 25. Nine days of heavy rainfall and 130 mph winds left the coast of Texas in shambles. Over 200,000 students were out of school because of cancellations. Most schools were turned into shelters, and their (More)
HOW TO BE A FREE THINKER
  Many topics that students learn about in school can seem irrelevant to life in South Riding. Certain concepts, like genocide, can be difficult for a Freedom student to even fathom. To remedy this, Carl Wilkens, the sole U.S. citizen who rem (More)
Soccer Updates Here
My blog will include upcoming soccer updates. I'll be reporting match results around the world, transfer rumors, and other exciting news in the world of soccer. I (More)
My History in Journalism
Discovering that journalism was my passion was an idea that I discovered around June of last year, but was something that I have been interested in a (More)