Holly Doustout Staff Writer Millennials, Generation X, and Baby Boomers compete to see who interprets Generation Z lingo the best. Representing the millennials we have physics teacher Devon Collins and history teacher Anne Trexler. The forgotten generation of Generation X is not forgotten in this competition and is represented by history teacher Laura Jones and … Continue reading Teen Lingo Competition
Balazs Kaszala Design Editor There’s a new pizza place in town! Papa Murphy’s, which opened its doors this year, brings an interesting idea to the concept of carry-out food. I went into Papa Murphy’s thinking I would be getting a pizza to-go, but I quickly learned that their pizzas are take-and-bake: they give you an … Continue reading Papa Murphy’s Review
Gretchen Neary Online Editor-in-Chief On November 14th, veterans visited Freeman to eat lunch with students in the library. The veterans were able to share their stories and students were able to ask questions. Harry Phelps, a 2019 Freeman graduate was present, along with his recruiter, Tyler Johnson. In January, Harry will head off to boot … Continue reading Veterans Visit DSF
Joseph Harrell Staff Writer In the past weeks, America has been set ablaze by the introduction of the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich. Stores throughout the nation have sold out of the product. People have waited for hours to try the new hand-breaded creation. One man was even killed in his pursuit to try the Popeyes Chicken … Continue reading Man On the Street: Popeyes or Chick-fil-a?
Leo Lombardi Staff Writer This year’s annual homecoming weekend was unique in some ways, but traditional in others. Homecoming week followed its time-honored path with a spirit week leading up to the Friday pep rally. Friday afternoon held the homecoming parade and later the football game versus John Marshall. Finally, the dance was on Saturday … Continue reading A Recap of Homecoming 2019
David Lim Senior Guest Writer Last summer, I had the opportunity to spend ten days on the campus of Princeton University for “High School Diplomats,” an all-expenses-paid cultural exchange program between 40 American and 40 Japanese students. At the program, each American student is roomed with a Japanese student, spending invaluable time together and forging … Continue reading David’s Experience with High School Diplomats
Emma Johnson Features Editor Fall is finally in full swing and that only means one thing...let the festivities begin! Whether it be going to the pumpkin patch, apple picking, or a hike to see the foliage, there are an abundance of fun (and cheap) activities to fill your fall season with. One struggle as a … Continue reading Fun Fall Activities