The Saxon Scope

Na He Jeon

Na He Jeon, Alumni

Hi, my name is Na He Jeon. I’m your Editor-in-Chief. First of all, I want to thank you for visiting our website on this wondrous day. Please peek here and there to see our best works. I live in a smug house in McLean with my parents and cute little brothers. My experience with nagging my brothers to do their homework and go to sleep is arguably the most important influence on my leadership abilities. Since I moved to America only four years ago, I have a very international perspective, which means I can eat cheese with kimchi and rice. This is actually true. If you want to flatter me, all you need to do is buy me ramen and/or Chipotle. To Room 114. During one of the Big Stay After Days. Oh, how I’d love you forever. The biggest legacies Saxon Scope left for me is the ability to live on with constant deadlines, and publish my writing, pictures, and graphics on the paper or online with a brazen face. Outside of journalism, I do math and science. And violin too. Confirming stereotypes like nobody else.

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Welcome Back Saxons!

Welcome Back Saxons!

August 31, 2013
Crucible pictures

Crucible pictures

April 23, 2012
What is love?

[Video] What is love?

February 14, 2012
Science fair photos

Science fair photos

February 3, 2012
Basketball vs TJ

Basketball vs TJ

December 16, 2011
Math department cares

Math department cares

November 13, 2011
New director, new music

New director, new music

October 19, 2011
Tag day success

Tag day success

October 19, 2011
Football vs Chantilly

Football vs Chantilly

September 17, 2011
The end of an era

The end of an era

April 14, 2011
One act wonders

One act wonders

April 3, 2011
Art talk

Art talk

March 31, 2011
12 Angry Men

12 Angry Men

February 17, 2011
12 Angry Women

12 Angry Women

February 17, 2011
Winter Band Concert

Winter Band Concert

December 5, 2010
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