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 Symphonic wind ensemble representative Pranav Kuruba (left) and President Mira Kim (right) answer questions at the interest meeting on Nov. 22. “I think having a music honor society would really add a lot to our school,” Kim said. “I feel like it would give students a voice and help spread the love of music that we all share to a wider community.”
Jefferson establishes first Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter
Megan Zhang, Staff Writer • November 28, 2021

Jefferson’s newly formed Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter held an interest meeting on Monday, Nov. 22. Jefferson’s chapter is part of a nationally...

Freshman Aidan Lee talks to fencing coach Greg Massialas during the individual competition portion of his tournament. Lee competed in the Cadet Individual and Team Men’s Foil Event in Budapest, Hungary from Nov. 13-14. “In individual, I got second after the first round. I was winning 13 to 11. I just messed up and I lost,” Lee said.
Flying into fencing
Keertana Senthilkumar and Chris Yoo December 3, 2021

En-garde. Prêts? Allez! And with that, the competitors are off, weapons in hand, ready to strike at the opportune moment. In fencing, the objective is...

Project Manager Nikhil Kalidasu and junior Nicolas Makovnik review the launching details of the satellite. After a shaky transition of progress, the club works to fill the holes remaining in order to make their deadline. “A lot of the work has been done already. We were basically given a functional satellite, now we have to learn how to use it. We’re currently writing our main control software to work with the hardware that they have given us,” Kalidasu said.
Reviving TJ REVERB
November 5, 2021
TJTV News, Episode 145: November 22nd, 2021
TJTV News, Episode 145: November 22nd, 2021
Sahishnu Hanumansetty and Elaine Li November 22, 2021

TJ Ethics Bowl is hosting an In-House on Wednesday, December 1st, 2021 during both A and B blocks of 8th Period. We highly encourage you to sign up - if...

Women In Fitness
Women In Fitness
November 8, 2021
The Jefferson Film society stands on stage, celebrating the release of “TJ remakes: Terminator 2.” The release date was delayed past the intended viewing during the summer, with it only making its debut Nov. 12. “I’m so happy with it. When we first thought of the idea it was more of a pipe dream, and with [the difficulties] getting started finally getting to see it in the auditorium was magical.” Toro said.
Jefferson film society releases TJ remakes: Terminator 2
Eli Tillemann, Staff Writer • November 22, 2021

TJ remakes Terminator 2, Jefferson film society’s newest work, hit the big screen on Friday Nov. 12.  The remake was created by the film society...

In this third season of the hit show You, the married couple Love Quinn and Joe Goldberg attend a gala at the library.
A brand new “You”
November 5, 2021
Annabelle Wallis (on the left), Nicolas Cage (in the center), and Clint Eastwood (on the right) share a common trait of starring in bad movies recently.
This week's mess
October 3, 2021
A variety of colleges hold visits at Jefferson every year. From breaking down the culture behind the college to only giving surface level information about the university, these visits can go down very different paths.
College visits are a mixed bag
Miriam Antony, Staff Writer • November 20, 2021
Students have to carry binders, notebooks, or textbooks for each class on Mondays. They visit each one of their seven classes on Anchor days.
Anchor days hold us back
September 20, 2021
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Freshman Aidan Lee talks to fencing coach Greg Massialas during the individual competition portion of his tournament. Lee competed in the Cadet Individual and Team Men’s Foil Event in Budapest, Hungary from Nov. 13-14. “In individual, I got second after the first round. I was winning 13 to 11. I just messed up and I lost,” Lee said.
Flying into fencing
Keertana Senthilkumar and Chris Yoo December 3, 2021
Women In Fitness
Women In Fitness
November 8, 2021
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