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    A Coronavirus Thanksgiving: Dos and Don’ts

    Many use the Thanksgiving holiday as a time to get together with relatives and friends, eat good food, and be grateful for the things in their lives. This year, due to COVID-19 and rising cases in America, this Thanksgiving will have to be different in many ways. Using CDC (Centers for Disease Control) guidelines for coronavirus holiday gatherings, here are some dos and don’ts for ways to safely celebrate.

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    A Review and Analysis of Positions by Ariana Grande

    On October 30th, record-breaking singer Ariana Grande released her sixth studio album Positions. She dropped the title track “positions” a week prior, teasing the name of the album for her fans. The 14-song collection features three collaborations and highlights Grande’s R&B skills and wide vocal range -- from low tones to whistle notes.

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    Titans Take Thanksgiving During A Pandemic

    Holidays are normally a time of happiness and joy where families gather together and celebrate; however, due to the coronavirus pandemic, families have been forced to change their normal plans and opt for more covid-friendly approaches to the holiday season. How are T.C. students and families planning a Thanksgiving with corona?

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    Among Us Review

    Although initially released in June of 2018, one of the many games that has grown in popularity during quarantine is called Among Us. The game is hilarious and a great way to pass the time while stuck at home.

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    Creepy Kids and ’80s Fashion Culminate In The Perfect Ghost Story In Netflix’s The Haunting of Bly Manor

    Netflix's 2018 series The Haunting of Hill House was a modern ghost story that arrived at “too nice” of an ending. Based loosely on the Shirley Jackson novel, it chronicled the way violence leaves a hole in the world, and how trauma lingers. But it also was simply the story of a broken family and how each member was affected by the horrible things that had haunted their childhood home.

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    The Titan Underground Vol. 2: Ariana Harbin

    This second edition of The Titan Underground features a musician who grew up in Alexandria and graduated from T.C. Williams in 2013. Ariana Harbin, a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has established herself in D.C.’s music scene, is the vocalist and bandleader of jazz-soul ensemble Sweet Something as well as a solo artist.

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    Club Profile: Titans Fine Art Society

    The Titans Fine Art Society is one of the many new clubs at T.C. this year. It was founded by juniors Fiona Donovan and Gwen Peace to inspire people to continue making art. Senior Caroline Mitchell, Treasurer, says that she wanted to join the club because always wanted to be a member of an art club at T.C.

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    ‘Cuties’ isn’t Cute

    The film Cuties, which debuted at Mignonnes, a French film festival, follows an 11-year-old girl named Amy (Fathia Youssouf) as she tries to find her place growing up in a poor suburb of Paris. At home, Amy struggles to please her family who are observant Muslims from Senegal. She eventually falls in with a group of friends who have their own dance troupe in defiance of her family’s strict rules. The film follows Amy as she struggles between two distinct modes of femininity, one dictated by the traditional values of her Senegalese and Muslim upbringing, the other by Western society.