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Maze ransomware commonly steals and publishes data to force businesses to pay ransom.
Maze hacks Fairfax County Public Schools
Stuti Gupta, Editor-in-Chief • September 11, 2020

Maze hackers have confirmedly stole personal information from the Fairfax County Public School’s (FCPS) database for ransom on Tuesday, Sep. 11. To prove...

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Protesters stand together at a protest in Arlington, holding up signs and marching peacefully.
Rallying for Black rights
Aafreen Ali, Team Leader • June 28, 2020

Masks on. Signs up.  Rain or shine, locally and globally, people are standing up to support the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, including Jefferson...

Senior Michelle Pham poses for her individual prom picture in front of her pool.
Prom dot com
June 6, 2020
Junior Arul Nigam prepares to bring food into a hospital as part of his initiative ‘Heroes of COVID’. Courtesy of The Connection.
Helping our heroes
May 22, 2020
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As one of few Latinx students at Jefferson, sophomore Andrea Silva speaks out.
What it means to be a TJ Latina
Andrea Silva, Guest Writer • July 3, 2020

A teacher once asked me if I ever felt uncomfortable at Jefferson. It’s important to note that their intentions for asking the question were well-meaning....

On a trip to Chicago, senior Didi Elsyad and a friend pose for a picture in front of the Cloud Gate.
A letter to Three
July 3, 2020
With closures and social distancing, concerns for mental health are voiced. "People are becoming, maybe more lonely, and it
Unmasking mental health during the pandemic
Stuti Gupta, Editor in chief • June 26, 2020

COVID-19 is not the only health issue we face in the midst of this pandemic. As schools and stores closed with many left jobless, the concern for mental...

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Medical music therapy
April 5, 2020
During a Design & Tech class, freshman Patrick Gaucher works on building a prototype. “I am worried about college because I know that getting good grades while maintaining a sport and extracurricular is going to be hard,” Gaucher said.
The overthinkers
February 2, 2020
“The Host” (2006): Bong Joon-ho’s darkly comedic take on a tired genre
“The Host” (2006): Bong Joon-ho’s darkly comedic take on a tired genre
Max Vetter, Entertainment Reporter • September 19, 2020

Monster movies, quality wise, seem to be as dead of a genre as one of the titular monsters’ many victims. We’ve seen mutants, vampires, and when handled...

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