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The Student Newspaper of Jackson-Reed High School

The Beacon

The Student Newspaper of Jackson-Reed High School

The Beacon

Charlotte Comrack, Director of Art and Design

Charlotte Anne Comrack was born on September 16, 2005 destined to be a Director of Art & Design on the Beacon. Other than spending way too many hours of her life on Adobe InDesign, she also spends way too many hours of her life on the Potomac River. She would like to thank her teammates on the varsity girls crew team for being the bestest friends in the entire world. Outside of the beautiful halls of Jackson-Reed, you can find Charlotte at REI buying first aid kits or driving into the abyss listening to Weezer. 

All content by Charlotte Comrack
In case you missed it: photos from And Then There Were None

In case you missed it: photos from And Then There Were None

Charlotte Comrack and Simon Holland November 13, 2022

Jackson-Reed Theater's Fall play presents Agatha Christie's darkest and most haunting tale. Considered to be her greatest work, “And Then There Were None” is a twisting and turning thriller that is...

TRAILER TIME - Portable classrooms dropped into the school parking lot. An overflow of students created a need for more space.

[Photo] Jackson-Reed adds portables as overcrowding worsens

Isadora Groves, Editor-in-Chief October 5, 2022

TRAILER TIME - Portable classrooms dropped into the school parking lot. An overflow of students created a need for more space.

February/March spread

February/March spread

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DC’s best food under $10

Charlotte Comrack and Albert Malhotra March 1, 2020

Fast Casual: BANDIT TACO There are so many good, fast casual places to eat in Tenleytown, but the one that stood out to us was Bandit Taco. Out of the many Mexican-style restaurants around Wilson, Bandit...

Summer clothes belong at the back of the drawer (permanently)

Charlotte Comrack, Director of Art and Design December 23, 2019

September 22, the first official day of fall, means only one thing in my mind: it is finally sweater weather. I am beyond excited because for the past six dreadful months of summer and spring, I was forced...

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