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Barbie vs Oppenheimer – Battle of the BlockbustersPosted 10/23/2023 by Riley Rimkus

Two recent movies with unique messages sparked conversations about their lessons in the wider world. On July 21, 2023, two movies took theaters around the world by storm: Barbie and Oppenheimer. Diffe... More

What’s the Matter with Mikey?Posted 10/15/2023 by Ben Hartley

High school basketball sensation, Mikey Williams, could potentially face up to 28 years in prison. High school basketball prodigy Mikey Williams has conjured global attention for the past five years a... More

Climbing the RanksPosted 05/19/2023 by Alexa Tsvetkov

Up-and-coming author Colleen Hoover has left her mark on the world of young adult literature.  Colleen Hoover is on her way to becoming one of the most popular romantic fiction authors of our time. H... More

Name Claim to FamePosted 05/15/2023 by Ravi Apte

Amidst discourse from native tribes, Colorado’s Mount Evans could be facing a name change in the near future. During March of last year, the process of changing Mount Evans’ name officially began.... More

Checking the Right BubblePosted 05/11/2023 by Shana Saint-Phard

TJ Journal students discuss racial labels and inaccuracies.  Shana Saint-Phard and Farah Djama discuss how racial labeling is used in the United States, and the inaccuracy of grouping North African a... More

“Service Above Self”Posted 05/10/2023 by Maria Goergen

Interact Club continues its legacy of community service. The mission of Interact Club is to provide “service above self.” Its vision statement is: “Together, we see a world where people unite an... More

Transport TroublesPosted 05/10/2023 by Ben Morlan

Why is America so car-centric? The United States consists of sprawling interstate highways connecting the cities, towns, and municipalities that comprise the Land of Opportunity. If you want to travel... More

Fighting Fire AlarmsPosted 05/10/2023 by Mattie Brightwell

Meet the firefighters of Station 22, TJ’s local station, who spent more than enough days on campus, thanks to several false alarms this year. Kids have practiced fire drills in school since kinderga... More

The Big DecisionPosted 05/05/2023 by Stephen LoJacono

Deciding on where I will go to college which wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be. The topic of college has always been complicated for many people, and now it is my turn to figure out where I wi... More

Diaz’s Dress DrivePosted 05/05/2023 by Alexa Tsvetkov

A TJ senior has set up a way for prom dresses to be more accessible to the TJ community. Prom is right around the corner and the end of the year rituals are coming fast. Prom dresses and accessories a... More