Alexandria, VA – Theogony, the T.C. Williams High School student-run media organization, announced its editors for the 2020-’21 school year.
The group will consist of six rising seniors: Bridgette Adu-Wadier, Regina Allen, Kate Casper, Hunter Langley, Lauren Larsen, and Abigail St. Jean. They will be joined by two rising juniors: Nikki Harris and Rachel Wilson. The eight students will lead publishing activities on four platforms: print, online, television and social media.
Adu-Wadier will continue her in-depth news reporting and opinion writing. She will also produce and moderate episodes of “Behind the Headlines,” a panel discussion television show with Alexandria journalists. “Behind the Headlines” is shot and edited in the T.C. Williams television studio by the school’s Television Production class.
Adu-Wadier and Larsen are members of the National Scholastic Press Association Honor Roll for 2020.
Allen, Larsen, and St. Jean plan to continue their focus on the online edition, which is available HERE.
“We want to make Theogony’s online edition interactive, fun and essential reading for the T.C. community,” Allen said.
Langley, an accomplished photographer, has extensive knowledge of T.C. athletics and will continue to publish a mix of news and opinion pieces.
Theogony has published in the online edition through the coronavirus pandemic. When the pandemic began to affect Alexandria In March, Langley said, “Our goal will continue to be the publishing of first class content at a rapid pace.”
Casper, Theogony’s leading social media curator, will continue to focus on opinion writing and style pieces.
Wilson and Harris plan to continue their investigative reporting, which has included detailed articles on the litigation over the installation of lights at Parker-Gray Stadium behind the high school. The duo have covered the pandemic’s impact as well.
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.