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Creativity CrushersPosted 02/28/2019 by Ella Stephens

As technology advances, creativity is limited as youth and adults become glued to their devices.                         As a child, I used to go outside when I was bored. I wou... More

Culinary SymphonyPosted 12/18/2018 by AJ Domagala

A five layer analysis on one of Italy’s most famous dishes Layer One: Lasagna History Contrary to popular belief, the classic Italian dish known today as lasagna did not directly originate from Ital... More

Poole PersonalityPosted 12/18/2018 by AJ Domagala

In an attempt to match the wit and sarcasm of this article’s subject, the reporter will take an unconventional approach to writing the article. After a year shrouded in mysterious work, former a... More

Baxter Reviews – Rage Against The MachinePosted 12/18/2018 by Baxter Stein

26 years after its debut, Rage Against The Machine’s first album is more relevant than ever. Protest music is exactly what it sounds like – music that’s protesting something. Music changes w... More

The Queen of AttendancePosted 12/14/2018 by Joe McComb

TJ’s very own Ms. Moore has a positive impact on the TJ community. Rebecca Moore has been working at the front desk at Thomas Jefferson High School for the past five years as the Attendance Secretar... More

Feelings You Never Knew You HadPosted 12/14/2018 by Halle Bristow

What are emotions? Why do we feel the way we do? What am I feeling? A person’s mental state can be a confusing place to navigate, but in reading this you’ll discover feelings you never knew you ha... More

Baxter Reviews: Greta Van FleetPosted 12/14/2018 by Baxter Stein

Greta Van Fleet: Inspired Tribute or Blatant Rip-off? There’s a band that’s been making waves in today’s modern rock scene and has sparked one of the most heated debates of the modern era –... More

Paving the WayPosted 12/13/2018 by Ella Stephens

Street art decorates urban areas while providing cultural and political inspiration. Street art is a symbol of expression for those without a voice, a source of imagination for those without a canvas,... More

Feel the Burn(s)Posted 12/12/2018 by Kaleb Pittman

Local legend Bill Burns continues to surprise Thomas Jefferson with his limitless enthusiasm and positivity. Every day, physical education teacher Bill Burns arrives at TJ with abundant spirit and vig... More

Gambino Got the Game LockedPosted 12/12/2018 by Erin Maloof

Award winning actor, comedian, director, and musician Donald Glover spent a memorable night in Denver performing as Childish Gambino on his final tour. On December 4th, Donald Glover graced the Pepsi ... More