Sunday, October 17, 2021

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After 3 years in high school, many Jesuit students in the class of 2014 have come to know just about all 261 students in their class. In addition, many have come to know anywhere from 5 to 100 students in the other classes as well.  Each student is different, though. Some participate in theater while others participate in football....
It’s 9:59 a.m. in the Information Commons. It’s a nice Thursday morning, with the sun shining, the birds chirping. A lot is going on today, but most importantly, the next release of Supreme is dropping at exactly 10:00 a.m. As Mr. Moyse in the Commons quiets the rowdy students, the clock strikes 10. The students quickly click the refresh...
College can be quite expensive, and many times, students across the United States cannot go to the college of their choice due to their financial status. But, what makes college so expensive anyway? Why would an undergraduate degree at a top-tier school amount to more than +60k a year? The student debt amounted to college loans is astronomically high,...
It seems as though in this day and age, in a society so fast-paced and driven that even stopping to take a breath is frowned upon, the mental health day gets a bad rap. Stories of parents refusing to let their child stay home from school unless he’s bleeding or dying are common. “Man up and go to school,”...
On Friday the 13th of April, the Cowboys released their star wide receiver, Dez Bryant. There were rumors circling around Dez either being traded or released as in recent years he has been overpaid and under performed, but until now nothing had come of those rumors.Cowboy’s reasonsThe Cowboys have had ample problems with Dez Bryant in recent years. He...
Whenever you think of shows to watch on Netflix, the two most common shows that come up are The Office and Parks and Rec, both produced by legendary TV producer Micheal Schur. The man is a genius for creating both of these incredible, thought-provoking shows. But, which one is better?Now, I personally have watched each show around two times...
The Class of 2018 has made it. Many of us have excelled in sports, academics, and service. Ignatian education has formed us into well-rounded individuals ready to take on the world. Students with various talents will continue their passions and aspirations entering college. We have worked hard to mirror the ideal example of what it means to be "Men...
If you are reading this article you may have been called “gringo” before. Even people who are born in Mexico are called “gringo” at times. Have you ever wondered what it means and where it comes from? In this article I’m going to tackle what gringo means, its story, and how to prevent getting this contagious disease. Where does it...

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