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Well, the soccer season for Jesuit has come to an end. After three wins over Arlington Bowie, Denton Guyer, and Boyd, the team unfortunately loss against El Paso Eastlake. However, I'll save that for later, I want to cover the good and wholesome stuff first. Now let's get into the games! Bi-District Round: vs Arlington Bowie This game was a battle...
Just last week, April 8th, the Biden administration announced plans to curb and prevent gun violence. This was in response to the shootings in Georgia and Colorado. On March 16, a man killed 8 people during a shooting spree at 3 different spas in Atlanta, Georgia. 6 of Long’s victims were of Asian descent, prompting allegations that Long’s actions...
Yes, this article is fantastically late. I will be recapping previous games and the playoff games this week. Anyway, let's get into the final regular season games while the Rangers simultaneously prepared for their playoff game with Arlington Bowie. Late February-Early March Recap Since my last Jesuit soccer piece came out, the team has played many games. Lucky for you, I'm...
On March 2, Jesuit Dallas held its inaugural National Day of Hope. Hope Squads members handed out fliers and TAG cards raising awareness about mental health. The goal of The National Day of Hope was to spread awareness about mental health throughout Jesuit. As well as, formally introduce Hope Squad members to the Jesuit community. Hope Squad members did this...
School supplies are a luxury that we often take for granted at Jesuit. We never have to worry about being able to afford basic supplies, and we (hopefully) never will. On the other hand, some of our under partner schools are not as fortunate; many of the students attending lack basic school supplies. Because of this, Jesuit's Key Club -...
Rob Lanier, the longest-serving member of the Jesuit faculty, passed away at the age of 78 from complications of Frontal Temporal Lobe Dementia. Lanier served as a faculty member who served for fifty years from 1965-2015. Mr. Lanier's Life at Jesuit Mr. Lanier was a native Texan who became a biology teacher shortly after his graduation from Stephen F Austin. Lanier...
Ah, Jesuit Dallas. What more can I say to bolster this school's elite status? It's got everything you need and everything you could ever want in a school. As I was looking for schools to move from my previous middle school, one of the main things that attracted me to the school was the ability to compete at a high...
In spring 2020, the Jesuit Food Justice Initiative was established. Their goal: using the excess food prepared by Jesuit’s food service vendor Sage to create meals for those in need.  How does it work? Every day, members of the Ignatian Service Corps or employees of SAGE package that day’s excess food into to-go meals to donate to various agencies. The program...

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