Sunday, October 10, 2021

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"Donde esta Donda?" and "Did it drop?" were two of the questions I heard the most over the course of the past month (both of which were often followed by laughs). Granted, I did not help myself by posting incessant updates like I was an insider about the album on my Instagram story. Those questions all came to a...
Mr. Ian Berry '05, a current English teacher, has been a creative and dynamic presence throughout his time at Jesuit. Whether he's in the English commons talking to students or watching Arsenal lose, he lives his life with love, compassion, and kindness, seen subtly through his humor and wit.First, as a student at Jesuit, Mr. Berry found a love...
With popular movies, games, and shows like Army of the Dead, Resident Evil, or The Walking Dead there is currently no shortage of zombie media in 2021. With such an over saturation, it is hard for a zombie film to be fresh and novel. This is where Train to Busan comes in and adds a fresh look on the zombie formula. Plot The...
24The NFL Draft has come and gone for 2021, and whether you liked your team's first-round pick or not (I personally did, for those who were wondering) the picks have been made and holes on the roster have been filled. Now, the level to which those holes have been filled varies from team to team, but today I'm here...
Undoubtedly one of the most controversial bills passed in the 2021 Texas Legislative Session, The "Heartbeat Bill" protects unborn babies once a doctor detects cardiac activity - roughly around 6 weeks after conception.Today Governor Greg Abbott made history by signing the proposed bill with a majority of Republican supporters. Proposed by Representative Shelby Slawson and Senator Bryan Hughes, the...
Mrs. Clark is an incredible biology teacher at Jesuit. She has pushed students both in and out of the classroom to do their very best. She is one of many teachers who truly model the tenets of Jesuit Dallas. Coming from Austin College, within her first years as a Jesuit teacher, she has taught kids science skills that can...
The act of protesting is not a new idea. Neither is the act of athletes using their platforms to voice their political opinions. However, we live in a very divided and unaligned America where seemingly everything is partisan now. Following a Georgia voting law and the death of a young black girl, that "everything" now includes sports. MLB Georgia Background In early...
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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