The student news site of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

tjTODAY

The student news site of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

tjTODAY

The student news site of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

tjTODAY

Using the provided solar eclipse glasses to protect their eyes, sophomores Saadia Anwaryan, Tori Isidro and Kimberly Cruz-Cruz look up at the eclipse. “I loved watching the eclipse because it reminds us that even when we’re everywhere in the world, we are some of the smallest bits that make up such a big universe,” Cruz-Cruz said.
Looking through a new light
Emily Kang, Staff Writer • May 18, 2024

A solar eclipse moved across North America on April 8, passing over Mexico, Canada and the United States. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon aligns with...

Freshman Cera Kamdar excuses her excessive shopping spree using girl math. For my birthday my aunt and my friend both gave me amazon gift cards so I just added a bunch of stuff to my cart, because since its a gift card its basically free, Kamdar said.
Math girls on ‘Girl Math’
Raiyan Dar, Staff Writer • May 24, 2024

The term "girl math" has gained popularity, with millions of TikTok users paying attention to one of the least factually based trends yet. Girl math is...

Gesturing towards their project, senior Alec Riso describes the mechanisms of the group’s QKD system alongside senior Karthik Thyagarajan. “This laser generates a stream of photons. We lined it up with a collimated lens, [which] focuses the laser into an optical fiber,” senior Connor Whiting said. “The optical fibers [preserve or maintain] are how you measure the polarization state of the photon, which lets us do the encryption protocol.”
Under lock & key
May 17, 2024
Diss track duel
Diss track duel
Raga Alahmadi, Staff Writer • May 23, 2024

What started as a collaboration between two of hip-hop’s biggest stars, Drake and Kendrick Lamar, has developed into one of the most controversial rap...

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May 17, 2024
The Lost APs
The Lost APs
tjTODAY Staff May 17, 2024
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Second base Senior Krish Malik and junior shortstop Marcus Nance prepare for the upcoming game against Hayfield after losing their last three games. “You just have to look on the bright side and you know, just have fun on the field,” Malik said.
Varsity baseball loses their fourth consecutive match against Hayfield
David Sloan, Staff Writer • May 16, 2024
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