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Whether you are comfortable with your way of thinking, or find yourself wanting to expand your mind, philosophy club taps into curiosity and provides a space for discussion among students in Freedom High School. The club was founded in 2010 with the sponsor, Jessica Legnini, and then tenth grade student, Matt Smidt. For the first […]


Signing day at Freedom

On Nov. 15, Freedom High School seniors Jack Posey, Zach Myers and Jaelyn Batts all signed their National Letter of Intent to play at their respective Division I institutions.  Posey, who verbally committed to play lacrosse for Pennsylvania State University back in July, has been an integral part of Freedom’s defense over the past three […]


The Spirit of Freedom takes on MetLife Stadium

On Nov. 10, Freedom High School’s Spirit of Freedom traveled to the MetLife Stadium for their annual competition. This year’s performance was called The Sands of Time, and feature music from the movie “The Prince of Persia.” “I think it was our best show of our season,” senior Sarah Bedner said. “Everyone came off of […]


Chilling Adventures of Sabrina TV Show Review

The new series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina was recently released on Netflix, and is an adaption of the hit American sitcom Sabrina the Teenage Witch. The show follows the life of Sabrina Spellman, a role played by Kiernan Shipka. Spellman is a half-witch half-mortal teenage girl attempting to find her place in both the supernatural […]


Freedom runs in Cross Country State Championships

The VHSL State Cross Country Championships took place on Saturday, Nov. 10. States took place at Great Meadows Foundation in Fauquier County, Virginia. Due to constant raining the previous weeks, the course was wet and muddy, forcing runners to compete through the bad conditions.  The Freedom boys cross country team qualified for states as a […]


Powder puff practice makes perfect

As the powder puff flag football game approaches, junior and senior girls have begun practicing as early as 7:30 a.m. in preparation. Both teams consist of girls with varying levels of background knowledge and skill. While being fast can be handy, being able to throw, catch and kick a football can be considered equally as […]


Rest In Peace, Stan Lee

On Nov. 12, 2018, Marvel and superhero fans across the world said goodbye to the great Stan Lee. At age 95, Lee had had a very influential and successful career, from starting as a major comic book writer to becoming Marvel’s editor-in-chief to even appearing in most Marvel movies with a small, but always iconic, […]



The controversy behind “thank u, next” by Ariana Grande

From a broken engagement, to the passing of a previous partner, Ariana Grande has had a busy past three months which have all led to her latest song “thank u, next” which was released on Nov. 3. The content of the song alone focuses on her previous relationships. She first sings about Big Sean and […]


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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