• News,  Sports

    In a Year Like No Other, Volleyball Dominates the Court

    For the second year in a row, Varsity Girls Volleyball has won the Gunston District Championship. This is the first time in the school’s history that the team has been back-to-back district champions. The team also went on to win the Occoquan 6C Region Championship and is currently undefeated, going 15-0 during the regular and playoff season.

  • April Fools Edition

    “A Return to Normal” Indeed

    The juniors and seniors have had their time at the King Street campus cut short, and the sophomores and freshmen have yet to experience the many rites of passage that would occur during a “normal” school year. Here is a list of the best T.C. experiences underclassmen can look forward to, and upperclassmen can reminisce about.

  • Opinion

    A Painful National Women’s History Month

    March is National Women’s History Month, a time that is meant to be set aside to honor the contributions women have made throughout American history, and recognize the hardships women face. However, the first weeks of March have been filled with pain, grief, and anger around the world.

  • Style

    MF DOOM: Your Favorite Rapper’s Favorite Rapper

    On December 31, it was announced via social media that the rapper MF DOOM had died. The announcement was initially made on his Instagram page and stated that the rapper had died two months earlier on October 31, with causes still unannounced to the public. The rapper was 49 years old, with a wife and kids and a successful, yet somewhat underrated, career in the music industry.

  • The Beet

    Local Student Government Election Gets Dramatic

    At the local elementary school, the Ultimate School of Alexandria (USA), the recent student government election has been full of drama and excitement. The student body president election between fourth-grader Jolene Bryden and fifth-grader Donelda Turnip heated up as the two competed ruthlessly for the spot.

  • News,  Style

    A Reminder That You Are Not Alone

    Mental Health Awareness and Resources in a Stressful World Jacqueline Lutz Quarantine has affected everyone in a multitude of ways and has been isolating for many people. Unable to gather in large groups and engage in normal activities, people’s social lives have come to an abrupt halt.  Lack of social interaction can be damaging to one’s mental health — human beings are naturally social and look to their peers and communities for support. Without the same interactions that there were before the pandemic, people’s mental health can decline significantly and quickly.  While online school helps prevent the spread of coronavirus, it can also contribute to a decline in student’s physical…