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Quaran-TunesPosted 05/12/2020 by Georgia Hartley

Seventeen songs I’ve had on repeat over the past eight weeks.   I love music. I have it playing when I’m driving, when I’m doing homework, cooking, exercising, etc. Basically, anytime I can ha... More

Education Is The KeyPosted 05/10/2020 by Destiny Hernandez

Laura Prow is now going two years strong in the Spartan family and brings many great attributes, making TJ a better school. Many teachers have done extraordinary things before settling down with the o... More

Seize the ClayPosted 04/20/2020 by Kaylee Held

Take a look into the bizarre life of a seemingly ordinary ceramics teacher, with everything from pet ducks to a haunted house. It would be hard to predict Lacye Pannell’s backstory. One would most l... More

Retrograde ReportPosted 03/02/2020 by Erin Maloof

Mercury is in retrograde so tune in to see what you should do during this time period based on your astrological sign! “Retrograde” in astrological terms is when the planet’s orbital alignment c... More

Leaders of the MarinePosted 02/05/2020 by Caitlin Beery

In the wild, killer whales have very developed family relationships, dialects, and hunting techniques but as humans continue to alter the environment, disregard for their established families may caus... More

DistancedPosted 02/04/2020 by Atlas Zaina

Friendship is difficult, but added distance can make it even harder. There are so many intricate pieces that build up relationships, whether it’s family, a partner, or a friend. Vulnerability and co... More

Diving Into TJ’s New Dive CoachPosted 01/21/2020 by Avery LoJacono

New dive coach helps bring success to the Girls’ Dive team this season. After a phenomenal season last year with two state qualifiers and new teammates, the swim and dive team received a new coach w... More

It’s not a big deal.Posted 12/13/2019 by Madelyn Staples

The real feeling of stress. Shakingcryinghysterical. Can’t overcome this, trying, but as it breaks backs and stands on shoulders  pushing legs deeper into the quicksand of failure, relaxation canno... More

A Busy Head at BusyheadPosted 12/13/2019 by Jael Iyema

Attending one’s very first concert is always a memorable experience.  I never thought that in my 16 years of living, I would be in a room full of screaming teenage girls who enjoyed the same mu... More

Sharpen Your Pencils, Sharpen Your MindPosted 12/12/2019 by Madelyn Staples

Finally, cracking down on the stereotypes of writing; here are the true facts. How do you express yourself? How do you open up about your feelings? How do you relieve your stress? Although these quest... More