Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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Ah, homecoming. That time of the fall when we all break out those flashy mums and slick suits for a weekend of fun and excitement starting the Friday of Ranger Day. The pep rally festivities were kicked off by the first-ever Slam Dunk Competition in which the junior class was proudly represented by Michael Holder and Chris Steiner. The stakes...
Ranger Day fell this year on Halloween, blending celebration of a favorite Jesuit tradition with the costumed zaniness of the holiday.  Mr. Mark Knize, Jesuit’s assistant principle, described Ranger Day as “One of my favorite Jesuit traditions… It’s a powerful day that offers something for everyone. It allows students to take time from the academic rigor and busy schedules.” A collaboration between...
Ah, Ranger Day, the most anticipated day of the Jesuit school year. As always, Ranger Day presents an opportunity for Jesuit students to showcase their musical skills and talents. This year, there were five performances: The Undecided, Martin Flores, The Water Coolers, Benito Buksh, and Inwood. These DJs and bands made it worthwhile for the students to endure the cold...
With the excitement of Ranger Day filling the air on November 2, Jesuit wants to celebrate the Homecoming game with a pre-game tailgate party. This tailgate, which will be held in the parking lot from 5:30-7:30, will provide students, parents, and alumni with multiple activities and food choices.In past years, Peggy Sue's Barbecue has provided a barbecue dinner in...
Music undoubtedly plays a tremendous part in the lives of Jesuit students and faculty. Walking through the halls, we see a myriad of speakers attached to an even greater variety of ears. Music pours in through classic white iPod ear buds-- 99 cent are computer lab headphones--and unsightly colossus headsets, bringing to us each individually our personal fix of sonic...
Athens, circa 776 BCIn the early morning mist, chariot jockey Rangerious Maximus stroked the smooth, sturdy wooden axels of the mighty cart he would drive later that day. His vehicle's sponsor, Spiro's Gyros, expected nothing but a victory from him in exchange for the countless drachmas invested in his training. Reflecting on the years of physical training, he rubbed...

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