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Stuti Gupta

Stuti Gupta, Editor-in-Chief

Look beyond the smile and you see Jefferson senior Stuti Gupta, who’s been a part of tjTODAY since her sophomore year. Now an Editor-in-Chief (Print), Stuti’s responsibilities include leading, designing for, and writing for the print issue. Following her passion of writing, Stuti soon joined TJ Media. Her favorite part about writing is learning about the different perspectives of the people and communities she writes about. Stuti's hobbies include coding, playing the piano, dancing, and drawing. In her free time, she enjoys watching TV and listening to music; her favorite show is Psych and favorite artist is Alec Benjamin. In the future she hopes to pursue both computer science and journalism through computational or data journalism.

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Virtual Valentine’s Day

February 15, 2021
Halsey, currently on tour for her new album

Redefining mania

February 22, 2020
Image courtesy of IMDB; shown here is the iconic cover for

What time is it?

September 4, 2019
Working with virtual reality at HackTJ, junior Rhosini Raghuraman attentively takes in the presentation.

Dream a little dream

April 28, 2019
An ad for Jane the Virgin, the telenovela we weren't ready for

Endless questions

April 8, 2019
In a scene from Frozen Ana watches her sister Elsa standing alone in her ice castle.

Frozen in anticipation

February 24, 2019
Billie Eilish sings at an LA concert in her stylistic baggy clothing

Defined by antonyms

February 9, 2019
Sophomore Vyomika Gandhi listens to music the “elite” way with her AirPods

More than just a meme

January 28, 2019
Spider-Man and Spider-Gwen, also known as Spider-Woman, stand side by side ready to take on the world, bringing about diversity as a woman behind the mask.

The man behind the mask

December 26, 2018
The close friends list for removing and adding friends is easily accessible for users

A great big world

December 14, 2018
Gun control advocates of all ages march down D.C. in hope for better gun control laws

Words are our weapons

November 18, 2018
Walking onto bus 970, the hierarchical sectioning becomes apparent with freshman in the front, seniors in the back, and sophomores and junior filling up the middle

All stacked up

November 9, 2018
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