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Author: Ella Stephens

Caffeine CravingsPosted 10/31/2019 by Ella Stephens

Thanks to the help of the Special Education program, teachers have the opportunity to buy coffee from the new coffee cart at TJ. The Special Education program has recently set up a refreshing coffee c... More

The Winningest WomenPosted 10/07/2019 by Ella Stephens

The United States Women’s National Team made history once again this summer in Russia, after winning their second World Cup in a row. On July 7th, 2019, the United States National Team (USWNT) earne... More

A Night in the SpotlightPosted 05/24/2019 by Ella Stephens

The graduating class of 2019 celebrate their accomplishments during the Senior Awards Night. As the school year comes to a close, a select group of seniors are invited to an awards banquet in order to... More

A Striking SeasonPosted 05/24/2019 by Ella Stephens

As the spring season comes to a close, the girls’ soccer team concluded with a solid record. With a 12-3 record last season, the girls’ soccer team faced high expectations as they entered the 2019... More

Anxiety Inducing SocietyPosted 04/16/2019 by Ella Stephens

Youth anxiety is increasing in teens as the world around them changes. Adolescents are becoming more likely to have anxiety as because the world is changing to form harsh expectations about themselves... More

Kicking it with the Tricking ClubPosted 04/15/2019 by Ella Stephens

Tricking Club is a fun new club at TJ where students have the opportunity to learn new skills. Imagine three groups in a park. On the left, there is a group of people practicing martial arts, on the r... More

Super Bowlin’Posted 03/01/2019 by Ella Stephens

Super Bowl 53 was one of the lowest scoring games in championship history. On Sunday, February 3rd, Super Bowl 53 took place in the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Georgia, where the New England Patriots and... More

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

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

Living the Best of Both WorldsPosted 12/11/2018 by Ella Stephens

Helpful tips on how to balance school with extracurricular activities. Many of students struggle with balancing academics and extracurriculars. As childhood icon Hannah Montana put it, “Livin’ two... More