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Taylors Swifts The Tortured Poets Department Album Review

Taylor’s Swift’s The Tortured Poets Department Album Review

By Rae Palma-Rivas, Staff Writer
Published June 4, 2024

The Tortured Poets Department, Taylor Swift’s heavily anticipated 11th studio album finally arrived as of April 19th 2024, with 16 tracks and a double album release titled THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT:...

Recognizing Asian American and Pacific Islander figures

Recognizing Asian American and Pacific Islander figures

By Ethan Hickey, Social Media Manager
Published May 21, 2024

What is AAPI Heritage Month? Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month takes place in May every year. It is a time to honor and celebrate the cultural heritage and contributions of Asian American...

The Verdict’s Summer Bucket List

By Isra Yousif, Business Manager
Published May 21, 2024

Summer, the warmest season filled with laughter and fun, brings out the best in people. As the UV rays go up our worries disappear! This bucket list, made especially for people living in the DC-Maryland-Virginia...

Beauty Products From Amazon

Beauty Finds

By Rae Palma-Rivas, Staff Writer
Published March 15, 2024

2024 Spring Makeup ReleasesBy: Rae Palma Rivas While 2023 had some good makeup releases such as Haus Labs by Lady Gaga’s Medium Coverage Foundation and Makeup by Mario’s SurrealSkin Awakening...

Valentines Day: The single way

Valentines Day: The single way

By Blue Linden, Web Manager
Published February 14, 2024

The news cycle on Valentine’s day is too often dominated by tips and tricks on how to woo dates. The best treats for your bae, and a foolproof way to ask someone out. But not everyone lives like that!...

Fortnite OG: a comeback for 2018’s favorite game?

By Isra Yousif, Business Manager
Published January 12, 2024

Fortnite is a free-to-play online video game created by Epic Games in 2017. It has multiple different game modes, with the most distinct game mode being ‘Battle Royale.’ Battle Royale is essentially...

Proud Picks for Pride Month 2023

By Blue Linden, Web Manager
Published June 1, 2023

Justice High School, like many other schools, has a sizable queer population made up of students and staff. A decent portion of the Justice queer culture is taken up by queer media. Whether it’s books,...

Women in History — Women’s History Month Spotlight

By Tess Maloney, Managing Editor
Published May 22, 2023

Every year since 1987, March has been designated and celebrated as Women’s History Month. It’s essential to take this time and commemorate the vital role women have played in American history. We...

Mother’s Day 2023: The Best Gifts

By Allison Lopez-Moirenda and Bee Primrose
Published May 13, 2023

Mother's Day is a special occasion where we celebrate in various ways to express respect, honor, and the  love towards our mothers. Mother-figures are irreplaceable. They are the first people we...

Study Smarter, Not Harder

By Allison Adye, Staff Development Director
Published May 9, 2023

In this day and age, students across the globe are struggling with their attention spans. This makes it difficult for them to focus long enough to have a productive study session, especially after a long...

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

By Yohannan Gugsa, Editor-in-chief
Published March 15, 2023

Wakanda Forever was made to commemorate the memory of actor Chadwick Boseman, who died in August of 2020 and performed as King T’Challa of Wakanda in the 2018 film “Black Panther”. In the...

Justice Students’ Winter Meal

By Maya Campbell, Layout Designer
Published February 16, 2023

During the winter season, we tend to stay inside due to the cold weather. A common winter activity is cooking with family and friends to pass the time. Below are some Justice students' favorite winter...

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