Monday, January 17, 2022

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Throughout the first semester at Jesuit, the Medical Society has been busy with various activities in the form of their monthly meetings. These meetings have consisted of someone from the medical field explaining what they do and how their process of becoming a doctor has been. So far, the group has had three doctors speak to them, and each...
Every year Jesuit freshmen struggle to decide who they want to represent the values of their class. With so many students just meeting their classmates for the first time this year, it can be difficult to know who to vote for. Hopefully this article can inform freshmen of who they should vote for. The Candidates Cason Clarke: The reason to select me...
Schools are supposed to be a safe haven for students, a place where students come to learn and socialize with their fellow peers. Yet, when schools do not provide these spaces, America has decided to make it worse for these students.  Instead of fostering a community, conservatives across the country have been trying to maintain the status quo education system...
After four days of jury deliberations, Kyle Rittenhouse has been vindicated of three homicide related counts and two counts of endangering public safety. This closes a politically charged trial filled with legal misconduct and further fuels the current political division between conservatives and progressives. The Criminal Charges On August 26, 2020, Rittenhouse, an Illinois resident, turned himself in after a lethal...
Every Tuesday after school, members of Jesuit’s Car Club travel to the ASC house and work on various automotive projects from 4:00 to 5:45. One-off projects may range from personal car inspections to the repair of a donated BMW, but the club’s main and ongoing project has been the assembly of a Factory Five Type 65 Coupe. As the...
While working on the film Rust, in New Mexico, Alec Baldwin accidentally fired a gun, killing one and wounding another. Supposedly, Alec was practicing drawing his gun and was told the gun was “cold” - a weapon without ammo. At one point the trigger was pressed, and the gun was pointed towards the crew and staff. Unfortunately, the gun went...
For anyone who's even mildly paid attention to pop music over the past 12 years, the name Bruno Mars should ring a few bells. Whether it was singing about catching grenades for girls, being locked out of heaven, or praising everything he likes, Mars has been a staple of pop music for a while now, racking up over 50...
RICHMOND, VA - Voting suppression has never been higher due to oppressive Republicans. This discrimination became clear in Virginia when not a single cemetery received any mail-in ballots. This suppression from Republicans is not new; in the 2020 election, many Republicans tried to falsify many Democratic votes just because the voters were dead. But these votes did end up getting...

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