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Authors Articles by Grant Kostos '22, News Editor

Grant Kostos '22, News Editor

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Grant is a senior at Jesuit and when he's not playing basketball or writing stories, he enjoys listening to music, devotedly following the NBA, re-reading the CEA, and cheering for the New York Giants (which can be tough sometimes).
For anyone who's even mildly paid attention to pop music over the past 12 years, the name Bruno Mars should ring a few bells. Whether it was singing about catching grenades for girls, being locked out of heaven, or praising everything he likes, Mars has been a staple of pop music for a while now, racking up over 50...
On Monday, November 8th, members of the investment club flooded into the Melsheimer Theater. As they filed through the doors and made their way to the seats, students were immediately greeted by Mr. Peter Ricchiuti's face on a large projection screen. The Meeting Mr. Ricchiuti, a business professor at Tulane's prestigious Freeman School of Business, spoke to students on a wide...
After taking a year off, upperclassmen homecoming returned to Jesuit's campus on October 16th. The event was a huge success and gave students the perfect opportunity to socialize and get together to celebrate the first real dance since the pandemic began. The Dance The dance changed in a few ways this year but kept some of its staples. Instead of being...
If you were at Jesuit in the spring of 2020, I'm sure you can remember where you were the moment Mr. Garrison came over the loudspeaker and announced that we would be moving to e-learning. I was in Mr. Vu's sophomore geometry class, and we all thought it was an extended spring break.Of course, it was not just an...
Drake. I saw the name and I'm sure your mind comes up with images of the Billboard Hot 100, the Toronto Raptors, and probably Toronto's CN Tower. Over the course of his 12-year long career, the Boy has mastered the art of making pop-rap hits and is arguably one of the figures most responsible for the rise of rap...
"Donde esta Donda?" and "Did it drop?" were two of the questions I heard the most over the course of the past month (both of which were often followed by laughs). Granted, I did not help myself by posting incessant updates like I was an insider about the album on my Instagram story. Those questions all came to a...
The act of protesting is not a new idea. Neither is the act of athletes using their platforms to voice their political opinions. However, we live in a very divided and unaligned America where seemingly everything is partisan now. Following a Georgia voting law and the death of a young black girl, that "everything" now includes sports. MLB Georgia Background In early...
Following a stellar season that saw the Rangers go 17-6, the varsity basketball team charged into the playoffs, going on a historic run and finding lots of success against teams from around the city and state. vs Arlington Martin (2/23) Traveling out to Colleyville Heritage, the Rangers took on the Arlington Martin Warriors in the bi-district round. Following a tight first...

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