Sydney Tyler Sports Editor How would your friends describe you? A) Hardcore B) Easy-going C) Chaotic D) Artsy How would you choose to spend your free time? A) Playing a sport B) Hiking C) Watching TikToks D) Creating something new What is your favorite color? A) Red B) Blue C) Purple D) Green Of these, … Continue reading Which AP Exam are You?
Taylor Widdifield Staff Writer For the DSF Band, having limited movement on the field and bell covers on their instruments are obstacles they never expected to deal with. The past year has provided numerous challenges for the band, many of which make it more difficult for them to play. Despite these new obstacles, the band … Continue reading DSF Band’s Front Lawn Performance
Katherine Hynes Staff Writer What is your favorite season? A) Summer B) Spring C) Fall D) Winter 2. Which of the following activities would you most enjoy in your free time? A) Anything but homework B) Getting dressed up and dancing around your room C) Scaring or playing pranks on people D) Staying inside and … Continue reading What End of School Festivity are You?
Kristina Kang Staff Writer Debuting 2013, BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a South Korean K-Pop group formed under what was formerly known as Big Hit Entertainment. Originally debuting as a hip hop group, their music has evolved through experimentation with various genres over time. The group is composed of seven members: Jin, … Continue reading BTS’s “Dynamite” Hits One Billion Views
Lanie Moore Managing Editor As flowers bloom, leaves turn greener, and summer feels just around the corner, you may find - like many of your peers - that it is becoming quite difficult to stay focused in class. Instead of defaulting to Instagram or CoolMathGames the next time that you’re bored, however, you should try … Continue reading Three Doodles That Anyone Can Draw: A Step-by-Step Guide
Brooke Ward Staff Writer After a year spent sitting at home in two-year-old pajamas, Freeman Mavericks are anxious to show off their newest attire for the spring season. Pastel colors, flouncy skirts, “milkmaid” blouses, and unique prints and patterns can be seen across the school. To add to the madness, ruffle details are making a … Continue reading Spring 2021 Fashion Trends
Timmy Dillard News Editor 2020 was the first year in over a decade that Disney’s Marvel Studios did not make an addition to their long list of cinematic releases, which was unsurprisingly caused by the pandemic. “Spider-Man: Far From Home” was the last Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) film to be released back in July of … Continue reading Marvel’s Return to the Big Screen
Maddie Carpenter Staff Writer On March 14, 2021, Trevor Noah of “The Daily Show” hosted the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. The 63rd annual ceremony featured performances from Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, and other A-list artists. The four “big” award categories - album of the year, song of the year, best new artist, … Continue reading Rundown of the 2021 Grammy Awards
Jack Kelleher Staff Writer As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, some changes will have to be made to make celebrations fit pandemic safety guidelines. St. Patrick’s Day is often celebrated through activities with friends and family, such as parties, festivals, or eating at Irish restaurants. Because these activities are restricted due to COVID-19, Freeman students have … Continue reading Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at Home
Kristina Kang Staff Writer Water. Earth. Fire. Air. Just by hearing these four words, odds are you know what I’m talking about: the intro to the animated series "Avatar: The Last Airbender." The "Avatar" series is set in a world pulling influences from Asian and Indigenous culture. The characters can manipulate one of the four … Continue reading “Avatar: The Last Airbender” Studios