Theogony, the T.C. Williams High School student-run media organization, announced its editors for the 2021-2022 school year.
Five rising seniors—Abigail Ernst, Ethan Gotsch, Nikki Harris, Jacqueline Lutz, and Katie Vastola—and rising junior Nora Malone will lead publishing activities for Theogony on four platforms: print, online, television, and social media.
Ernst will continue her coverage of school and Alexandria news.
Gotsch’s well-received coverage of the Alexandria music scene will continue along with a focus on local politics and culture.
Harris, an Editor this year, will maintain her investigative news coverage.
Lutz, a member of the National Scholastic Press Association Honor Roll for 2021, will remain focused on news and feature-writing. “Our focus has been on the online edition (tctheogony.com) this year which has featured robust content,” Lutz said, “We hope that a return to school will provide an opportunity to restart our print edition and our television operations.”
Malone will continue to cover cultural and lifestyle issues relevant to the school community.
Vastola will concentrate on news and feature stories.
Harris said, “We look forward to covering all aspects of the name transition of the high school to Alexandria City High School and to the evolving story of the high school education experience during the next stages of the pandemic.”
In 2020, Theogony’s print edition received a First Class ranking from the Virginia High School League and the online edition was awarded a First Class ranking by the National Scholastic Press Association.