Maggie Flournoy A & E Editor I hate coffee. I really completely hate coffee (but I don’t mind the smell). When I started working at Starbucks my partners (we call each other partners instead of coworkers at Starbucks) assured me that I would be guzzling down coffee and lattes by the end of the month. … Continue reading Working at Starbucks when you hate coffee
Julia Cassidy Features Editor Day in the Life of Freshman Kamron Tucker 7:00 AM- Wake up and get in the shower 8:30 AM- I’m at the bus stop talking to my friends 8:45 AM- Arrive at school 9:55 AM- Go have fun at PE. That’s definitely my most fun class. 11:39 AM- My fourth period … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Kamron Tucker
Zoe Costello News Editor Senior Class Officers have been working to recruit students to come and work on the senior float after school on Monday, Oct 1. “It’s going to be cool,” Senior and Vice President Grace Lu said. The Senior class has yet to win first place in the annual float competition. The past … Continue reading Free Pizza for Seniors…
Braxton Berry Opinions Editor Nappily Ever After is a romantic comedy with an immaculate understanding of black womanhood and the relationship between confidence, self-esteem, success, and how it all stems from hair—in black culture. It objectively has most of the important ingredients for a great romantic comedy; and creating a modern romantic comedy – one … Continue reading Nappily Ever After Review
Lauren Bruns Sports Editor Parking in Freeman High School’s big lot has been a challenge ever since the start of turf field and track construction last spring. And while the trucks and materials have been moved, limited spot availability still inconveniences a number of students, particularly commuters. Often by 8:40 the parking lot is completely … Continue reading Good News for Driving Students
Emily Anstett Features The tornadoes that hit Richmond on Monday, Sept. 17 led to many students and teachers around the Richmond area being stuck in school for up to 3 extra hours. The tornado warning for Henrico went out at 3:23, only 30 minutes before the school day was supposed to end. However, the dark … Continue reading The Longest School Day Ever.
Caitlin McSorley Editor-in-Chief Senior Emme Levenson played an undefeated 20-0 season in the spring of her junior year, claiming the women’s 5A State Championship Tennis Title in June. She defeated Liza Ulanova from John Champe High School in the final match with a score of 6-2, 6-0. “It was a tough match all together … Continue reading Emme Levenson Claims State Title