Sunday, October 17, 2021

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Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in mid-September, killing 55 and dealing massive damage to the country's infrastructure. Among the damaged buildings was Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola, a fellow Jesuit high school in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Besides damaging the campus, the storm took the homes and livelihoods of students and their families.Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola is a...
Their faces lit up with joy when they saw us walking into the schoolyard. Their cheers and gleeful laughter could be heard even in the upstairs room where we were eating breakfast. Their happiness was contagious, inspiring us to want to assist at the school as much as we could.On November 18, 2015, nine Jesuit students, both sophomores...
It's 7:30 am. Mr. DuRoss rapidly walks up to the student's room and ferociously bangs on their door. The sleepy students slowly proceed to wake up, brush their teeth, and drag themselves to breakfast.After entering the kitchen, the students crack some eggs into a pan and prepare themselves some PB&J's, creating an exquisite and healthy meal to start off...
Going on trips is always exciting especially if it is somewhere far away and unexplored. That was the case for the Jesuit students going to Washington D.C. to have a blast by not only helping themselves but also by helping others on the trip.This past week, nineteen Jesuit students from all four grade levels and some staff took a...
With the exception of Mexico and the Bahamas, I have never genuinely been outside the privileged first world, and even then I was ensconced within the pampered and tourist-friendly resorts and restaurants that are so radically different from the true landscape just miles away. In other words, I haven’t seen how the other half lives- or more accurately, the...
"To give and not to count the cost" comes straight from St. Ignatius of Loyola's Prayer for Generosity. Jesuit strives to cultivate this desire of service without reward within each of its students. One student who has answered this call to service is Sam Henrion '21, the Jesuit sophomore who built a "Little Library" for The Notre Dame School this past...
Fifty pound medicine bags, nine students, six doctors, three days, two teachers, and one mission. Jesuit students were playing Uno on the filthy airport floor in Guatemala City, excitedly sharing their spring break plans and interest in medicine. Advised not to pet the wild dogs, they rushed into dented vans, roused by the deafening roars of motorbikes and the...
His fingers shaking, his muscles flexing, his eyeballs bulging out of their sockets, the student frantically picks up the last bottle of medicine at Walmart, finally achieving his last service credit for the year. But, is getting service credits really what the medicine drive is all about? The 2013 Jesuit Medicine Drive has come along and Ms. Jan Jones and...

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