Tuesday, October 26, 2021

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Sweat drips onto the computer screen. The player anxiously awaits his opponent's next move. He hopes to be crowned the "COVID-19 Fundraiser Chess tournament" champion.The chess tournament was a massive success. Not only was it really competitive but more importantly, Jesuit students were able to raise $687. This was enough to prepare 1,800 meals for families.I was also a...
"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others." - Mahatma Gandhi, 1869Service and Commitment to Justice is one of the six tenets of the profile of the Jesuit student at graduation. Jesuit has many clubs and service organizations that fulfill that commitment. Held at the Hilton Anatole right outside downtown Dallas on...
While most Jesuit students were enjoying the luxuries of electronics, filling food, air conditioning, and even a comforting bed, a group of eighteen sophomores spent their weekend deprived of these opulent resources during the Waco Poverty Immersion Trip. The students did not even get to use their phones (Crazy, right?!).The trip simulated the Jesuit students as impoverished from February...
Borders represent several things to us. A border defines a nation’s geographic territory and sovereignty. It can create a sense of safety, security and belonging to a nation and its citizens. As citizens of the U.S., we all descended from immigrants at some point during our family history. But who lives in, and enjoys our nation, is the subject...
At the end of January's mass, Coach Koch announced to the Jesuit community about the food drive occurring at Jesuit. Informing the community, the school's collaboration with Catholic Charities, the North Texas Food Bank, and other catholic schools.Jesuit has been cooperating with other Catholic High Schools in the DFW area to give Catholic Charities their most beneficial charity drive....
A tenet of the profile of the Jesuit graduate is "Committed to Working for Justice." Recognizing that basic human needs and rights have been denied to certain peoples, the Jesuit grad comprehends the complexities underlie these denials, evaluates the social and economic structures through which human needs and rights are denied, and takes appropriate action to render them more...
A small kid dressed up as a pumpkin waddles up to the table. They say "trick-or-treat" in their high-pitched voice. You grab a handful of candy and put it in their bag. A voice from behind asks, "What do you say," and the small voice sweetly replies, "thank you."On October 29, 2019, members from the Campus Ministry team helped...
On Saturday, October 26, a group from Jesuit's Medical Society gathered in Addison Circle Park in Addison, Texas. Joined by Mrs. Boyle and Mr. Von, the group participated in the Out of Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention.Students arrived at the Park between 7:00 am and 7:45 am and the group waited for the event to begin. The Commencement ceremony...

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