McBride Rawson Staff Writer All students who eat lunch are familiar with this sight: caution tape bundling up chairs on top of a table. Walking into lunch the other day, I panicked as I saw that the table neighboring mine had been set off limits. The people who usually sit at the other table were … Continue reading Caution in the Lunch Room
Julia Cassidy Staff Writer The screen opens to the black expanse of outer space dotted with stars when—Bam! The sky is illuminated by a glowing meteorite speeding towards Earth and then hitting Africa. This is the opening of the wildly popular movie, Black Panther directed by Ryan Coogler. Black Panther, based off of the Marvel … Continue reading Black Panther Scores Big
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Katherine Yarbrough Staff Writer On Wednesday evening, the Freeman Music Department left on a field trip to Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where they will be having fun in the parks and attending Disney sponsored workshops. Every other year, the music department goes on a similar type of trip. In years past, the department went … Continue reading Freeman Music Department Heads to Disney World
Lauren Tull Center Spread Editor Stereotypically, it’s the guy’s job to execute the “Promposal,” and although I am not a guy, I have a bit of an obsession with Promposals (and Homecoming asks, for that matter). After years of stalking the explore page on Instagram, I’ve seen what worked and what didn’t. I’ve created a … Continue reading “Promposal” Season is Here. Get Extra Tips Here.
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Ryan McCracken Staff Writer As the regular season comes to an end, the playoff field is not entirely set. Although the East has 8 teams firmly in position to advance, the Western Conference is moving towards an exciting finale, with five teams all within a game of each other. Even once the participants are determined, … Continue reading NBA Playoffs
Emme Levenson Staff Writer Sophomore Jake Perkins won the Rebel Run on March 24 with a time of 18:14:59. His mile pace was 5:53. This was Jake’s first 5K (3.1 miles), and he was excited to try something new. “I’m a short distance sprinter so I didn't have long distance experience going into it,” said … Continue reading Sophomore Wins Rebel Run
Katie Cooper Staff Writer You’ve probably seen promotional pictures of it. Maybe the occasional six second trailer for it on Twitter or Instagram, or took a picture of yourself with one of the various Snapchat filters for it. Maybe you’ve been following the masses of people gushing about their excitement for it, and “it,” is … Continue reading Hyped Up Movie Lives Up to Promotions