Sarah Echols Features Editor With new information on the environment and global warming in the news every day, Freeman’s Friends of the Earth club has resurfaced after a two-year hiatus. Senior Charlotte Browder first looked into restarting the club last year. “I became really passionate about the environment during my junior year, and I noticed … Continue reading Friends of the Earth Club Returns
Sabereh Saleh A&E Editor With special guest writer, Gina Bonomonte Sabereh’s Review: “It Chapter 2” “IT Chapter 2” successfully drew both die hard fans struck with nostalgia and people that barely knew much about the Steven King franchise. The release of the film created a large buzz, but did it live up to the expectations … Continue reading “IT Chapter 2” Dual Reviews
Riley Wilkes Staff Writer Junior class president, Jake Taylor, and junior class vice president, Lauren Hargrove, have big plans for the Class of 2021 this year. In 2018, Jake ran for sophomore class president. “I wanted to do something that would get me more involved with the students, teachers, and events at Freeman,” said Jake. … Continue reading Junior Class Officers Have Big Plans
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Keya Pokhriyal Staff Writer Freeman and Godwin have instituted a new block schedule this school year so that all Henrico County high schools follow the same bell schedule. Instead of the traditional seven classes a day, even and odd classes alternate days of the week, with first period every day for 50 minutes. This schedule … Continue reading Man on the Street: Block Schedule
Alexa Mosley Staff Writer For Freeman students, falls nights mean Friday night lights. Football games are a regular opportunity to have fun with friends and dress up according to that week’s theme. “It’s been fun just to dress up with my friends,” said freshman Emery Troxell. So far this year, the themes have included Hawaiian, … Continue reading Opinion: Are Football Game Themes Getting Repetitive?
Josh DuPuis Sports Editor Throughout the past few years, Freeman has become more and more technologically savvy. We’ve moved our morning announcements from a closed circuit broadcast to a live broadcast on YouTube, introduced iPads which allow students to write on the projector screen, and now we’re getting a digital marquee. Henrico County used to … Continue reading DSF Upgrades to a Digital Marquee