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Tech TournamentPosted 02/28/2019 by Skye Cline

The robotics team makes headway to the First Robotics Competition. TJ robotics teacher Matt Santambrogio and the robotics team are headed to the First Robotics Competition (FRC) yet again. Despite bei... More

Alternative LearnagePosted 02/28/2019 by Logan Cecil

The Credit Recovery class at TJ makes strides in helping students achieve their goals and succeed in their educational careers. School is hard. Sometimes no matter the effort put into a subject, it is... More

Allstate All-StarsPosted 02/28/2019 by AJ Domagala

Thomas Jefferson’s choral aptitude is recognized at the state level. Thomas Jefferson’s choir department sent three seniors, Samuel Chappell, Madeleine Abram, and Nicholas VanWagner to the Col... More

Board Games for Bored BrainsPosted 02/28/2019 by Kaleb Pittman

The newest addition to TJ’s variety of clubs is an entertaining contribution to the school’s selection of activities. Board Game Club is now in session! Anyone who is interested can visit the newe... More

A NICU NewbornPosted 02/28/2019 by Halle Bristow

Miracles can be found anywhere; mine came from a pair of bright blue eyes of a newborn I met in the hospital. I had initially signed up to work at the Swedish Medical Center to fulfill the community s... More

Back to the Future (Center)Posted 02/28/2019 by Michela Puni-Nimako

The Future Center welcomes Sophie Vogel as a new addition to the TJ family. In her short time here at TJ, college counselor Sophie Vogel has already significantly impacted the lives of many students. ... More

Dior in DenverPosted 02/28/2019 by Gracey Jarecke

The Denver Art Museum exhibits  “Dior: From Paris to the World.” Revolutionary. After discovering the Dior fashion house, from its birth to its present, no word could better describe Christian Di... More

Justice Ginsburg Hits HollywoodPosted 02/28/2019 by Mia Harsh

As the hit movie On the Basis of Sex is viewed by millions, Americans reflect on the history of sexism in the United States, along with the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself. Supreme court justices ... More

Food for ThoughtPosted 02/26/2019 by Ava Ward

The Denver Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services is committed to feeding every child, every day. On a daily basis, one of Denver’s most essential establishments serves 40,000 breakfasts and 50,... More

A Far Reach from Equal RightsPosted 02/22/2019 by Ava Ward

Thomas Jefferson’s elective courses continue to suffer from gender disparities that reflect nationwide divisions. In the past few decades, Thomas Jefferson has emerged as a paragon of Denver’s hig... More