Intro explanation The Freeman family has a long tradition of strong athletics. We finally have a swim team, and the boys volleyball squad, two members of the golf team, and numerous cross-country runners went to states this fall alone. But, as the sparsely-visited Rebel Club Hub shows, Freeman also has a wide variety of extracurricular … Continue reading Real Talk: Should Freeman value clubs and athletics equally?
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Most Creative: Frozone (15%) Funniest: Guy Fieri x3 (13.9%) Overall Favorite: Construction Crew (17.3%) Honorable Mentions: Harlem Globe Trotters, Rowdyruff Boys, Eight-feet tall baby, Rocky, Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe, Luke Sky-Walker, Jellyfish, Wack-a-Mole, Men in Black, and Ben Franklin with his Secret Service Thanks to all seniors who made it a memorable Halloween! We … Continue reading Halloween Superlatives: Results
Ed Gillespie: Republican Candidate Mark Graff Staff Writer This isn’t the first time I’ve advocated for Ed Gillespie for a school assignment. In 8th grade, for my “International Studies” class, I created a mock political campaign ad for Gillespie, in his Senate race against Mark Warner. He lost then, but by a margin much less … Continue reading Know More About Virginia’s Candidates: Gillespie
Ralph Northam: Democratic Candidate Lauren Tull Center-spread and Design Editor There’s a lot more to an election than what happens on November 7th. For five whole months, the Democratic Party of Virginia has been working tirelessly to get our candidates for governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general elected. After spending all this time as a … Continue reading Know More About Virginia’s Candidates: Northam