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When we last encountered the Rangers we found our team had established a name for themselves and proved to be a force worth reckoning with. As time progressed, players started to know one another and started to develop stronger bonds between each other. Leaders arose willing to take their teammates farther by pushing them harder. The coaching staff also...
A couple of weeks ago, Mr. Garrison announced his plan for both cohorts to return to in-person learning. This news stirred up a variety of reactions, with some people optimistic and others worried. However, with the first day now complete, I decided to gather a handful of faculty and student opinions on how they felt the first day went. What...
December 12 was a day of dual blessing for St. Rita and Jesuit. St. Rita celebrated their annual mass celebrating the Feast of the Lady of Guadalupe and enthusiastic Jesuit Spanish students came to attend. Led by Mr. Quang Tran, S.J., and Mr. Robert Murphy, S.J., Jesuit students learned more about the feast, discovered an interesting cultural tradition, and attended...
Overjoyed freshman from Hockaday, Ursuline, and Jesuit hurriedly packed themselves into the Terry Center, on the night of August 31st, for an evening of mingling, dancing, and huge prizes.  The annual freshmen mixer represents a major tradition that the Jesuit community has carried on for years, perhaps on par with “Ranger Day” and maybe even Homecoming. The music at this...
Jesuit students, huddled around tables, filling bags with the sustenance of life, prepared 87,000 meals for hungry children in Zambia. 87,000 of anything is an enormous amount, but to have 87,000 meals, packaged by hand in one day, is a major accomplishment, an accomplishment which will feed 761 orphans for an entire year. This massive event served as the junior...
“Freedom and Brotherhood, Service and Friendship, Dear Mother, help us to cherish your dream. Teach us to seek truth and form us into your sons. Jesuit, implant in us all God’s love.” We sing the words of our Alma Mater after every Friday morning prayer service, its opening phrase creating a concrete reminder that reinforces who we are as a...
At the conclusion of the 2014-2015 academic school year, Jesuit will bid farewell to one of its most familiar faces, Mr. Fred Donahue. Donahue will retire once the year has ended, but the mark he has left on the school and the effects the school has left on him will never cease to remain prevalent. Donahue has worked at Jesuit...

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