Articles by Lydia Carpenter

A Show to Remember

Freedom’s theater IV students performed their last show of the year, and it was certainly one to remember.¬† Bob Martin’s and Don McKellar’s “The Drowsy Chaperone,” pays homage to 1920s musicals through the story of an old man, who listens to records to cure his “non-specific sadness.” As he listens, he is transported into the […]


To All the Teachers I’ve had Before

My time at Freedom High School is coming to an end. I’ve had the privilege of attaining a great high school education, and I have to believe that is largely due to many of the teachers I’ve had during my last four years. That being said, I’d like to thank some certain people: Ms. Steele, […]


Let’s stop praising Susan B. Anthony

When most people think of women that changed the course of history, there are some names that always come to mind. Joan of Arc, Virginia Woolf and Susan B. Anthony are¬†popular examples. However, people have a tendency to look past the dark reality of some of these stories: Anthony in particular. Anthony is often credited […]


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