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    Science Girls Take Top Honors

    Senior Ana Humphrey won $250,000 for placing first in the Regeneron Science Talent Search, a prestigious competition with 2000 contestants. She was given this award for her research on exoplanets. Humphrey created a mathematical model to find the possible locations of planets outside of our solar system that may have been missed by the NASA Kepler Space Telescope.

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    Combating Climate Change One Student at a Time

    “The water is rising,” said Kenneth Warren, co-founder of CURE, Community United for Renewable Energy, an environmental organization dedicated to promoting sustainability at T.C. “When the wind starts blowing and the water starts rising… it will not be about Snapchat, or

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    Event of the Year

    The All Night Grad Party is T.C.’s “best-kept secret,” said College and Career Counselor Stacy Morris. This year will mark the 30th annual All Night Grad Party, which allows seniors to have a safe, alcohol, and drug-free celebration of their achievements in high school. This event is supported by the PTSA with the help of local businesses and patrons. This event allows community members to show their support for local students in a safe and fun way.

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    How the Outcasts became All-Stars

    “Our main priority [is] to have fun and be able to do what we love to do as musicians -- to make people happy and enjoy our music and our craft,” said Jared Molina, drummer for the student-run brass band, The Outcasts. T.C. has nearly 4,000 students: athletes, academics, and of course, musicians. Whether it be original songs or brass covers, The Outcasts are an example of the musical talent at T.C.

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    James Harrison Named First Ever Support Staff of the Year

    On Thursday, April 4th James Harrison became the first recipient of the Support Staff of the Year award for ACPS. The announcement was kept a secret so that he could be surprised in the main office. A small section of the band, students, and teachers gathered to celebrate.

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    Ethiopian Airlines Crash

    On March 10, the Boeing 737 MAX 8 flew for approximately six minutes before crashing near Bishoftu, Ethiopia. The plane was scheduled to fly from Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya. The crash killed all 157 passengers and crew onboard. This was a saddening day for many people and plenty memorials have been held for the lives lost, including the T.C. Ethiopian/Eritrean Club, that held a candlelight vigil on Friday, March 29 and released one balloon for each of the different nationalities of the victims.

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    Looking Back at the Black History Month Events and Celebrations

    “What unites us is greater than what divides us,” said Ra Alim Shabazz, Chairman of the Black History Month Committee at T.C. Williams and Honors Government teacher. This year, the Black History Month Committee organized several events to celebrate black history and raise awareness about the issues African Americans face every day.