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In this Kahoot quiz at the Student Government Association’s Teacher Trivia event, students guess that Mr. Lightner’s craziest childhood memory was the time he saw a group of buffalo scare off a grizzly bear.
Teachers beyond the classroom: SGA hosts Teacher Trivia
Srilakshmi Medarametla, Staff Writer • January 20, 2021

On Thursday, January 14th, students learned fun facts about Geosystems teacher Katherine Phillips as well as math teachers Marianne Razzino, Karilee Schmitt,...

Crewmates perform various tasks while trying to avoid getting killed by the Impostors, who can commit sabotage to make it easier to kill other players.
Something's Sus
Elliott Lee, Staff Writer • January 18, 2021

The lights are out on Skeld and there are four players left. In a group, they move in tiny circles as they inch their way towards electrical. Suddenly,...

Senior Ryan Payne and Freshman Anusri Arun Prasath created an interactive Google Earth map to lead the club members around the world, looking at different countries’ musical history.
Music matters
January 17, 2021
Outdoor trails like this one are places that Jefferson students utilize for extended rides. "Long [bike] rides are really peaceful. It
On two wheels
January 6, 2021
Imposter Syndrome: Stories From TJ Alumni
Imposter Syndrome: Stories From TJ Alumni
Sean Nguyen, Broadcast • January 9, 2021

Imposter syndrome—a general feeling of inadequacy that persists— affects anyone regardless of success. Alumni, now in their 20s and 30s, share...

The album cover for “McCartney III” is a typographic painting by artist Ed Ruscha, focused on the face of a dice showing the number three.
Paul McCartney’s perfect winter album
Ketevan Gallagher, Staff Writer • January 5, 2021

The Beatles are one of—if not the most—influential rock bands of all time. Fifty years after their disbandment, Paul McCartney, who was a vocalist...

“Willow,” the lead single off of Taylor Swift’s surprise 9th studio album “Evermore," was accompanied by a music video directed by Swift. The album was released on Dec. 11, and is the sister album to “Folklore.”
Evermore stories to tell
December 19, 2020
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