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“Don’t go in there! You never know what they will do to you.”  Many students remember hearing warnings along these lines when they first were tempted to enter the green, sunny, sacred Senior Courtyard.   Now, everything will change. Starting Monday, all students will be allowed to enter the former Senior Courtyard. “God calls us to be loving and open to growth....
When one thinks about Coach Robert "Doogie" Williams, they might think of him as one of Jesuit’s track coaches, football coaches, substitute teachers, or even as a former NFL player. Although Coach Williams is all of these things, he is also so much more. Early Years Robert Cole Williams was born on October 2, 1962 in Galveston, Texas. He attended Alamo...
I know this title is very aggressive and pessimistic. And to be honest, when I read it, it does seem a little hyperbolic. But I would have to say it probably is the best way to describe it. To many, it probably sounds very ironic for someone to say their fourth year of high school was the “worst.” After...
DISCLAIMER: THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY INVOLVED IN THIS RAP BATTLE COMPETED FOR FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT. NOTHING SAID WAS OF SERIOUS VERBAL ABUSE      Hyped students flood into the theater, buzzing about a "rap battle" they heard about throughout the hallways during the week. "Who's DKam and who's LOTB?" the students ponder as they enter the 2nd-floor entrance of the...
Every year Jesuit students vote for their new Student Body President and Vice President. During this month of February, four different teams of two juniors have begun their campaigns and started to share their ideas with their student body. These pairs have been preparing for the upcoming preliminary elections on March 5th. Of the eight candidates, this article will focus...
There are some new faces around the campus of Jesuit Dallas, all of whom have their own unique personalities and background. Some are coaches, teachers, or members of the Alumni Service Corps, but they all have the same goal in mind: form Jesuit students into Men for Others. Dennis Kamara ‘13 Born in Virginia, Mr. Kamara grew up in Dallas in...
Packs of 8th graders swarm through the halls, ambassadors hurry around campus, showing off the cafeteria or weight room to prospective families.  Buckle up, hold on to your hat, (insert another cringy cliché); it's admissions season. With the current Students for Fair Admission vs. Harvard legal controversy, the college admissions process is under scrutiny in the nation's courts.  While college admissions...
It was February 23, 2009, when Admiral Patrick M. Walsh, Vice Chief of Naval Operations,  appeared before reporters at the Pentagon to explain the results of a month-long review of the detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. Situated on a bay that Christopher Columbus described as “broad…with dark water, of unsuspected dimensions,” the Guantanamo Bay Naval Station has served...

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