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December 4-6 University of Texas (12/4-12/6) At the Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas, the debate team novices had a successful run at the national level tournament. With 40 schools competing from Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Florida, and Georgia, freshman team Brandon Gibson ‘24 and Peter Loh ‘24 ended the preliminary rounds winning 3 of the 5, earning 15th...
With the world becoming more and more digital, apps and devices are becoming more readily available to digitize things and make everything available online. While I still love the good old pen and paper, there are just so many cool and interesting applications and programs to streamline organization and make everything more compact (which I'm sure no one would...
The Rangers returned back to the Lone Star State and extended a winning streak to 4 beating Coppell, Frisco, and Southlake Carroll. Coppell The Rangers beat the Cowboys of Coppell 15-6, following a high-scoring first half and a shutout in the second half. In the first, both teams exchanged opening goals, 2-2, with goals from Legg and Suarez. Then, the Rangers...
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...
On March 23 of this year, a 40-mile per hour desert wind blew the Japanese-owned Ever Given cargo ship to wedge 30 degrees into the side of the world’s most vital maritime commerce artery, the Suez Canal. Shortly after, global eyes watched release efforts to free the lodged ship and allow over 400 other cargo to continue their journey. Egyptian tug...
On Friday, April 9th, 2021, a very special prayer service was held. Like in previous prayer services, there was a limited number of students present in the Terry Center. A majority of the students live-streamed the event from their homeroom classrooms. This week, the senior class was able to come together in a social-distanced environment and pray together. The Service As...
Exploring classical Roman architecture, visiting the capital of the country, and walking across the famous Machu Picchu. All these trips are possible through Jesuit Dallas' global outreach program. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, the trips for this year have been greatly affected. Types of Trips There are three general types of trips: Academic Immersion, Social Justice Immersion, and Cultural Immersion. These trips...
Mrs. Maggard is an incredible Spanish teacher at Jesuit, pushing students both in and out of the classroom to be their very best. She is one of many teachers who truly model the tenets of Jesuit Dallas. She is also a teacher who has guided me to my success here and in the future. To celebrate her remarkable impact, I...

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