Goodnight, TJ

Sean Nguyen, Sahishnu Hanumansetty, Dhruv Kalsi, Sophie King, and Erin Chen
November 30, 2020
A constant stream of assignments overwhelms students in a time of virtual transition.

The jump from middle to high school

Ebba Cha, Staff Writer
November 30, 2020
Sophomores Arnav Kadam, Manav Bharath, Richa Misra, Amy Wang, Miina Anvelt, Grace Guan, Emma Cox and Richa Gupta pose after a successful regional Science Olympiad tournament held in February of this year.

Competing in confinement

Laura Zhang, Staff Writer
November 30, 2020
Sophomore Nandini Shyamala plans to visit Alzheimer's patients in nursing homes with the YMAA club. “When Alzheimer's patients interact with other people, their brains are stimulated and they don’t go into the late stages as soon,” Shyamala said.

An unforgettable mission

Karolin Kleiber, Staff Writer
November 27, 2020

NaNoWriMo: A Novelist’s Month

Sean Nguyen, Dhanbee Suh, Sean Kim, Sri Vellakkat, and Cat Tran
November 26, 2020

Dear Teachers…

Sean Nguyen, Emily Chen, Shrishti Ghosh, Johanna Lohmus, and Ananya Chilakamarri
November 24, 2020
With the move to virtual competitions starting in Month, senior Joshua Lian uses Discord to run and participate in Quizbowl tournaments. “[Discord] was already being used by much of the Quizbowl community to run online tournaments. It blossomed and developed into a full fledged thing once the pandemic locked everyone at home with no way to get tournaments,” Lian said.

Discord creates peace of mind

Anna Hsu, Staff Writer
November 23, 2020
More and more people are finding the time to stream and watch streams, making platforms like Twitch and Youtube even more popular than usual.

Student streamers during COVID

Eric Feng, Staff Writer
November 20, 2020

Social & Emotional Learning: Has It Been Worth It?

Sean Nguyen, Alex Zhou, Aneri Shah, Tommy Fan, and Valerie Kovacs
November 19, 2020
Among Us is one of the many phone games Jefferson students play.

Screen time in virtual school

Arvind Ragunathan, Staff Writer
November 18, 2020
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