Monday, November 29, 2021

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Authors Articles by Andrew Frank '13, Editor-In-Chief

Andrew Frank '13, Editor-In-Chief

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Jesuit’s All-Sparks Robotics Team looked to make a deep run in regional robotics competitions this year. After strong performances in San Antonio and New Orleans tourneys, where the Jesuit All- Sparks Robotics Team made it to the semifinals and quarterfinals, respectively, the club continued its string of successes with another impressive performance at the FIRST Robotics Competition at the...
On Monday, March 30th, the sophomore class will once again walk through the doors of the Terry Center with the highlight-project of their chemistry course: the molecule models. Ranging from testosterone to trinitrotoluene, or TNT, the molecule models, along with their accompanying papers and research, are the byproduct of the ceaseless determination each individual sophomore had to put forth. As...
Zooming past everything in sight, with its flathead V-8 engine humming like the well-built, well-oiled machine that it was, the Ford Coupe - with its sparkling maroon paint-job, new white wall tires and aluminum radiator - attracted the attention of every passing motorist who gawked at its glittering chrome and tried eagerly to catch a glimpse of the all...
Latin, one of the oldest languages, influenced nearly all European languages as well as the services of the Catholic Church. Unfortunately, Latin's reach declined and its interest waned in recent years. However, Jesuit’s Latin program is being revitalized with new teacher Ms. Vanessa Jones at the helm and a successful trip to the 2012 Area C Junior Classical League Convention.The...
This school year has been a great year for clubs. A multitude of clubs and organizations have been created, ranging from the Brothers for Others Club (which serves young people with Down syndrome) to the For the Love of the Lake Club (which promotes environmental awareness and responsibility). Out of all of these newly created clubs, however, some smaller...
“Fourteen, Fifteen, Sixteen...that's it,”  Junior Andrew Frank muttered, counting the number of bags of trash he and the rest of the For the Love of the Lake Club (FTLOTL) had pulled from the lake that day. Cole Fincher '13, who shares the duties of club president with Frank, proudly took in the club’s work that day at White Rock...
After a yearlong wait, Jesuit’s much hyped athletic facility was finished and finally opened to Ranger athletes in mid-October 2011.  And of course, as the opening day came closer and closer, excitement and speculation permeated the “water- cooler” talk of students and faculty alike.Despite Jesuit's success in athletics over the recent years, including championships in rugby, soccer, cycling, and...
I've found it. No, not just the best burrito in the world, but also, heaven, my friends – heaven. In burrito form, that is. And you'll see me with no other burrito in my hands than one from Chipotle, the pinnacle of burrito excellence.Some argue that another burrito establishment, Qdoba, surpasses Chipotle's burrito quality in that they provide the...

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