Thursday, April 22, 2021

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Coronavirus may have stopped our Jesuit community from attending school, but it did not stop Rawley Schott ’20 from hosting one of the last open mics of the year. Last week's open mic was filled with a variety of different types of music, especially from several new artists. Taking place on Thursday, May 7, it was one of the best...
Mrs. Hunt-Blanc, Jesuit Dallas Museum director, had to change her ways of revealing new pieces and exhibits to the Jesuit community amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. Instead of tours around school to show off the new pieces, she now reveals them online. Mrs. Hunt-Blanc has shared some pieces of collections with small audiences of members, such as Jesuit Board members and...
In preparation for Lent over the past couple of weeks, Mr. Williams and Mr. Howard's 2-D design class have been practicing block art and perfecting it to complete this project. This project consisted of students coming together and making artwork for all 14 stations of the cross. This series of fourteen pictures or designs represent the successive incidents during Jesus'...
A low, rolling thunder and a rich, warm melody flow through the air. The All-State Concert Band enthralls its audience with its intricate performance. The band features a myriad of captivating and complex pieces from various diverse genres. The Performance The 2020 All-State Concert Band performed on Saturday, January 25 at the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts. Texas Private...
Last Thursday on January 16th, Jesuit was extremely blessed and lucky to be able to host the Laura Roosevelt and her new "Historic American Pop" collection. Laura Roosevelt, the great granddaughter of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, has spent 6 years creating this project filled with iconic historical photographs with textured and abstract backgrounds, adding a new meaning to some...
An integral part of Mexican, Catholic culture, the Virgin of Guadalupe was the image that helped convert thousands of people to Catholicism after the Spaniards abused early Mexican civilizations. Today, the tilma where she appears has been studied by dozens to prove its divine nature. On Thursday, December 12, 2019, Spanish class attended a presentation about the story fo...
This article is a continuation of the last article covering the new additions that the Museum received this summer. If you have not seen any of the previous articles about the other pieces make sure that you go and check that out to get information on the other wonderful additions. There are 4 pieces that I will cover. "Strength and Resilience"...
“Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night” -Santa Claus As Santa would say, “Christmas is just around the corner…..” Football Season Ends? Since the start of the season, many had been saying, “If only we make playoffs….” Look at the team now, challenging for the state title. Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band (JURB) has been joyfully playing as a halftime...

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