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Nine is a Magic NumberPosted 12/07/2020 by Eleanor Benson

A group of students work together to investigate the cause and effect of sexual violence within the Boulder Valley School District. Statistics show that less than 20 percent of sexual assault and rape... More

Closing Time for Athletic ProgramsPosted 12/07/2020 by Madelyn Staples

Across the country, colleges and universities have shut down certain athletic programs after years in the running. Gymnastics, swimming, and diving programs across the United States have made the diff... More

France Takes A StancePosted 12/07/2020 by Deqa Muse

France sparks a series of protests and unfortunate events with the republishing of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammed (Peace Be Upon). In Islam, it’s prohibited to depict the Prophet Muhammed (PBU)... More

The Show Must Go OnPosted 12/03/2020 by Olivia Oss

The remote classroom is a learning curve for everyone, especially for teachers who instruct classes that are more on the interactive side.  Many teachers are struggling to teach their classes over th... More

Breaking Black BordersPosted 12/02/2020 by Sara Eyassu

The College Board launched the virtual “Real Talk” series to connect Black students with admissions representatives from universities across the country. Historically, it’s no secret that the Bl... More

Office Hours OpportunitiesPosted 12/02/2020 by Adam McPherson

The schedule for this semester’s remote learning plan has allotted more time for office hours. For this fall semester of learning, Thomas Jefferson is choosing to stay in remote learning due to COVI... More

Safety on the SlopesPosted 11/30/2020 by Addison Smith

The 2020-2021 ski season will look very different with COVID-19. As we come closer to the end of the year, winter is upon us once again. With this comes the highly anticipated ski season for those who... More

Movement Gains MomentumPosted 11/30/2020 by Deqa Muse

Nigeria’s young population revives a movement in order to demand an end to police brutality. On October 20th, a peaceful demonstration against police brutality in the Lekki district of Lagos was int... More

Sarah McBride Makes HistoryPosted 11/30/2020 by Rachel SanPedro

This is a win for the LGBTQ+ community and allies! Sarah McBride officially became the first openly transgender state senator in the country. Beating Republican Steve Washington, she won her senate ra... More

It’s Madame Vice President NowPosted 11/21/2020 by Aviva Freedberg

Kamala Harris becomes the first female Vice President. The past U.S. Vice Presidents were all the same, white male after white male, until Saturday, November 7th, 2020. After four long days of waiting... More