“Among Us” Connects People in a COVID-19 World

“Red’s sus.” “How do I vent like blue did?”  If you’ve heard a friend or a sibling spout similar words, they’re due to the popular social deduction game “Among Us”.  The game, available on the computer as well as mobile devices, has skyrocketed in popularity in recent months. Originally released in 2018 by InnerSloth, the […]

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Piecing Together the “Perfect” Senior Year

As the year begins, a new class of students also begin their last year at Freedom High School. Although there are setbacks due to COVID-19, the leaders such as SCA and the class officers are doing their best to keep traditions within the Freedom community. Senior class president, Jake Beyer, has been working with the […]


FHS Students Share how to Make a Productive and Comfy Workspace

It’s hard being out of the classroom. Instead of having a desk and chair allotted to each student and teacher, students have to find a space where they’re out of their family’s hair, a place to concentrate and where they can maintain some kind of uniqueness. This can be a struggle, but here are some […]


Managing Time during Distance Learning

It can be hard to manage time during distance learning, but many students have found ways to get their work done and still have free time.  With school being online, some students are having trouble managing their time, especially since they have been on their computers the whole day.  “My schedule has changed because I […]


Gen Z Takes to the Polls this November

The 2020 Presidential Election is coming up, and Gen Z voters have more of an influence on the election results now than ever before. With several Freedom High School students turning 18 recently, they will be eligible to vote for the first time. Voting in the election this year is a big responsibility, since those […]


COVID -19 Impacts the 20-21 School Year

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit every single corner of America. Teachers and students are working to adapt to many impacts caused by the pandemic. From the closing of in person schools, to the struggles with sports and limited social interaction, there are certainly new challenges to be faced.  The pandemic has had a significant impact […]


Socially Distanced Halloween?

It’s that time of year again. Everything fall, from pumpkins and falling leaves to ghosts and Halloween. Sadly, fall isn’t going to be what Freedom students are used to. No football games, no homecoming and most importantly, no in person school. As the end of October approaches, one question still remains in the air amongst […]


Get Through It – A Message Through Music

The rigorous nature of certain classes, the anxiety of cramming for the SATs, the mind-numbing process of college applications; now factor in the new virtual setting and COVID-19 prompted uncertainties. This stress-inducing situation is what the majority of Freedom High School’s upperclassmen experience as the unique 2020-21 school year kicks off. However, to combat this […]


“Valorant” Rises from the Summer’s Chaos

The impact of COVID-19 hasn’t gone unnoticed. People worldwide are affected by this pandemic on a daily basis; jobs were lost, lives were in danger and the flow of normality was thrown into disarray. But when it comes to video games, not everything is looking so bad. In June of 2020, in the midst of […]


Students Struggle With Online Workload

One of the biggest complaints about online learning recently has been the workload. Many have expressed that the workload is ridiculously high compared to previous years, and students who are normally A students have been struggling to keep their grades afloat. Recently a petition was created titled “Reduce the workload for LOCO students”, and has […]


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