Opinion

Letter from the Editor: Welcome Back!

Welcome back, free birds! As we go into this next year, Uncaged will be changing along with everything else in the world. Unfortunately, we will be focusing on this website for the beginning of the year but hope to produce designs if we can go back in the classroom. We are very excited for some […]

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Letter to the Class of 2020

Dear Class of 2020,  Well, we find ourselves at the end of another completely normal school year, where nothing significant, historic or unexpected happened whatsoever. So because of that lack of world events to talk about, I would like to share a few thoughts. Class of 2020, we have grown up during an undeniably unique […]


The Benefits of Online Learning

Over the past month, Freedom High School students have been completing their classes online due to COVID-19. Speaking from a students perspective, it’s been a weird adjustment. Taking out the human connection and interaction within the education system has made learning increasingly more difficult for many students, especially when none of us were prepared for […]


Documenting History

While we are unsure of the fate of this pandemic thus far, we should consider that 50 years from now, what we are facing today will be learned and studied by students across the globe. The digital age has been a major source of documentation since the start of the 20th century. We are given […]


Join Our Uncaged Family: FREE THE TRUTH

Hello Freedom Eagles! While choosing your classes for next year, I would like to invite you to join our publications class! Our sole purpose is to provide an outlet for students to learn from one another and stay informed about important aspects of society. This publication is about YOU, so try it out and expand […]


Can Colorless Green Ideas Sleep Furiously?

“Colorless green ideas sleep furiously” is a classic line written by Noam Chomsky to illustrate a sentence that makes grammatical sense but does not have any meaning semantically. However, others have speculated that any sentence makes semantic sense when given the right context. In other words, if the noun “ideas” explained prior or following our […]


Current Media Shapes Our Future

Through social media and pop culture, various TV shows and movies have gained popularity among teenage groups, including the students at FHS. Many of these shows portray a specific occupation as the basis of the plot line such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Criminal Minds” and “Making a Murderer.” Although these shows do not show the reality […]


Volunteer Hour Requirement Does Not Encompass Intristic Reason for Service

Being well rounded is the one of many goals high school students push to achieve in order to pursue their dreams of getting into college. Feeling the need to take part in extracurriculars, sports, AP classes and various other commitments including community service, students strive to follow the popular belief that it is vital to […]


If You Can’t Bear the Thought of Losing Koalas, Here’s What to Do

More than one billion animals have been killed by the Australian fires. While mild, natural bushfires in Australia are familiar to the nation’s diverse group of wildlife, Australia has never seen fires at this large of a scale or this early in the year. When this nation is home to species that can’t live sustainably […]


“Frozen 2” Review: Let it Go or Dive Into the Unknown?

Spoiler Warning: This article contains minor spoilers. Mysterious voices, hidden forests and elemental spirits teased a more-than-ready family friendly audience for “Frozen 2.” In addition, seven new songs were added to this wintry franchise. The movie opens during Arendelle’s fall festival, showcasing a happy kingdom and closer than ever sisters. However, this merry band is […]


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