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A New Take on the Revelry ParadePosted 02/19/2021 by Juanita Hurtado

Since America’s very first Mardi Gras in 1703, the festival has celebrated ‘Fat Tuesday’ with beautiful parades throughout the streets of New Orleans. The streets are decorated with beads, a... More

Committing in COVIDPosted 02/18/2021 by Avery LoJacono

Even in uncertain times, these Spartans hold a steady future. Early mornings in the pool, long days in the gym, and cold nights outdoors are no match for senior athletes Caitlin Beery, Madysen Bradley... More

Creating Virtual ConnectionsPosted 02/17/2021 by Caitlin Beery

Instead of Challenge Day for the junior class, TJ hosted its first Connection Counts seminar for the senior and junior class. With many events being canceled and schools switching to remote learning, ... More

An Irregular InaugurationPosted 02/15/2021 by Lauren Maggio

Due to the pandemic, the presidential inauguration looked very different this year. From the COVID-19 virus to an intense election, the year 2020 has thrown many challenges at the American people. Aft... More

Tigray in TurmoilPosted 02/12/2021 by Sara Eyassu

The Tigray region of Ethiopia is currently suffering from a genocide initiated by the government. Ethiopia is a country in Africa that has garnered worldwide recognition for its food, music, and biodi... More

The Capitol Rioters of ColoradoPosted 02/12/2021 by Jessica Nesbit

Four Coloradans have been added to the growing number of those arrested for involvement in capitol riots. After a long and contested election, Congress came together on January 6th to officiate Joe Bi... More

Principal ResidencyPosted 02/09/2021 by Chase Bellomo

For the first two weeks of the second semester, Ms. Hammel was acting principal, doing her job as well as Mr. Christoff’s. On January 5th, the first day students returned from winter break to start ... More

Period Product ProgressPosted 02/08/2021 by Eleanor Benson

A bill in Scotland was able to help women facing period poverty.  Globally, a minimum of 500 million women experience period poverty monthly. In Scotland, it is an issue 20% of women face. Period pov... More

Two Repeals for One BreedPosted 02/08/2021 by Roxanne Wilkerson

Denver and Aurora have officially repealed the pit bull ban that has been in place for decades, yet a variety of restrictions remain.  The New Year has brought an exciting change for the animal lover... More

Monolith MayhemPosted 02/05/2021 by Ben Abram

The mysterious appearances of metallic, triangular prismatic shaped monoliths have been reported internationally, sparking a nerve-racking ending to 2020. In a year filled with petrifying surprises, i... More