Maggie Sheerin Staff Writer (Above photo: the Show Choir girls pose for a photo after their performances, taken by Lucy VanLenten) Every year, the holiday season at Freeman begins on a high note. The Winter Choral Concert performed on December 4th in the Freeman Auditorium. The chorus classes and other select groups come together … Continue reading Freeman’s Annual Winter Chorus Concert
Julia Hall Staff Writer 5:30-6 a.m - Elizabeth starts her day off by completing her homework: she feels more productive in the morning. 8:20 a.m. - Elizabeth gets picked up and goes to school. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - At school, Elizabeth goes to her classes. She enjoys her AP Human, chorus, and … Continue reading A Day in the Life: Elizabeth Jones
Emma Johnson Staff Writer High school student parking lots have a reputation for being chaotic, and Freeman is no exception. Traffic from students attempting to leave mixed with parents trying to pick up their kids create bumper to bumper lines that can stay at a stand-still for long periods of time. While … Continue reading Student drivers receive warning and safety instruction from message posted on Schoology
Sarah Echols Staff Writer Every year, Freeman holds a canned food drive to support struggling families during the holidays. The Junior Class won the Henrico Christmas Mother Food Drive competition with 1,484 cans. The donations came in slow at first, but they really picked up this past week. The seniors came in … Continue reading Henrico Christmas Mother Canned Food Drive: The winner, the changes, and the info
Salaar Khan Staff Writer We are approaching a pivotal point in American history. Weeks ago, the American people delivered an undeniable victory for the Democratic Party in the House of Representatives. During the recent 2018 midterms, Democrats picked up almost forty seats in the House, sealing a significant majority for them in the lower … Continue reading Op-Ed: Nancy Pelosi
Davis Buckbee Staff Writer Freeman students celebrated their five-day Thanksgiving weekend in a variety of ways last week. “I stayed in town over Thanksgiving break,” said junior Steve Ulrichs. “I had to get my wisdom teeth removed on Wednesday, so I was sore, numb, and still on prescribed drugs during our Thanksgiving dinner.” “My … Continue reading Man on the Street: What did our Rebels do over Thanksgiving Break?
Annie Stephens Staff Writer The annual 2018 Power Puff game, a fundraiser for the senior class, had minor changes that made it a success, especially for the sophomore class. Despite previous years, the game took place at a different time. Typically, the game had been held after school on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving … Continue reading Powder Puff 2018 Recap: Score, News, and Photos