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Snow White’s Seven Dwarfs Named Powderpuff Champions

Rebecca Cherian, Editor-in-Chief November 8, 2021

A fun way to end first quarter, Freedom's Annual Powderpuff game took place Thursday Oct 28. Following the two knockout games, the winning junior and senior teams went head to head. With a final score...

Freedom Theatre students prepare for their first performance of the year, The Lottery.

“The Lottery” Is Here To ROCK Your World!

Emmie Duong October 26, 2021

Come one, come all to Freedom Theatre's production of "The Lottery" by Brainerd Duffield on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 7 p.m. Freedom presents the thrilling tale adapted from a story by Shirley Jackson. "I'm...

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Freedom Gaming League is back and better than ever

Aidan Kruk, Staff Writer September 6, 2021

After a full year of being online, the Freedom Gaming League is now back in full swing. They have a League of Legends team, Rocket League team and Super Smash Bros team. The League of Legends team will...

Top 5 Most Underrated Movies of All Time

Top 5 Most Underrated Movies of All Time


All out of good movies to watch? Are the old favorites just not satisfying you anymore? Well, look no further than this list of the top five most overlooked movies of all time. Here, there are hidden gems...

Senior Susanna Kim along with other Freedom students state the time they wake up for school.

[Uncaged.] asks: What Time Do You Wake Up?

ELIZA AGI March 19, 2021

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The movie Raya and the Last Dragon has recently been added to the platform Disney+.

The Wait is Over! Raya and the Last Dragon Premiered!

OLIVIA ELLIOTT March 8, 2021

On Friday, March 5, movie lovers were treated to the latest animated Disney film: Raya and the Last Dragon. Set in a fictional Southeast Asian land called Kumandra, the film follows the story of Raya...

Nevernight is the first book of a trilogy that tells the story behind the daughter of a traitor and her path to revenge. Photo by Mika Dang

“Nevernight” by Jay Kristoff: Book Review

Huyenmi Dang March 5, 2021

Although "Nevernight" starts with a relatively stomach-churning fact to enlighten the unaware (I’m sure I could’ve lived a while longer without knowing that people excreted feces when they passed away),...

Battle of the Books: How its Changed

Battle of the Books: How it’s Changed

OLIVIA ELLIOTT February 26, 2021

Battle of the Books is a bookworm and trivia nerd's ultimate dream. In this club, students read a selection of predetermined books, along with students from other schools in the county. They then go head-to-head...

Netflix viewers are saddened over the news of many fan favorites being removed from Netflix in 2021. Photo Illustration: Bailey Elliott

Netflix Removes Popular Fan Favorites

BAILEY ELLIOTT January 21, 2021

While the new year brings new beginnings and opportunities, Netflix has chosen to leave a variety of shows and movies in 2020. It has been announced that in 2021, Netflix will be removing popular tv series...

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“The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides: Book Review

Huyenmi Dang January 21, 2021

With just the first sentence, #1 New York Times bestseller Alex Michaelides hooks in his readers with his mesmeric psychological-thriller novel, and shows promise of a wild ride throughout his book. "The...

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“Genshin Impact” Brings Chinese Game Devs to Light

Huyenmi Dang November 3, 2020

Before 2020, Chinese game developer company miHoYo was not as well-known as the others; after all, how big could a mostly-mobile-game developer get? Although their fanbase adored them for their Honkai...

Players can change their color and hat while they wait in a lobby for a game to start. Screenshot taken by Karen Xu from InnerSloths mobile app Among Us.

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

KAREN XU October 27, 2020

“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...

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