Sunday, January 24, 2021

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HBO's Game of Thrones is the television adaption of George R. R. Martin's book series A Song of Ice and Fire. This series is incredibly long and dense, so the show has had to cut some plot lines from it. Most of these plot lines were unimportant, but some of them dramatically change the story. This article will go...
Democracy vs. Democratic Is Iran a Democracy? It seems like a straightforward question, yes or no. A democracy is a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives. Is North Korea a democracy? No, one unelected man has total power. Voters vote for who they want to lead. For...
As Jesuit is making more technological innovations to accommodate a more modern future, they are getting rid of some of the older things such as Old Moodle. As I am writing this, incoming freshman and transfers, you may ask yourself, "There was another Moodle before this?" Short answer: Yes, there was, and there are many differences between the two...
Ah, pizza. Multiple mounds of melted, magnificently manufactured mozzarella shelter a circular, sweeping, savory sauce covering a curved, copious, crunchy-chewy crust. The delight of many people all around (though it originated in Naples, Italy) is so popular that many languages still call it pizza. Even the Arabic word for pizza, "بيتزا," sounds like "pizza!" In fact, what is better than...
The majority of 3D software out today, from Disney’s modeling tools (Maya) to any popular game engine (Unreal/Unity/Crysis) or engineering CAD (SolidWorks, AutoCAD) use programming libraries that define low-level tasks to simplify and hasten the development workflow. Almost all 3D software can be expected to do low-level tasks such as draw a 3D model in 2S space, texture an oblique...
Fried Chicken. A testament to the American dream. A staple to Sunday Night football or ravenous late night Whataburger excursions. Originally a Scottish dish, fried chicken has pervaded this nation's culture from the ground up. In the early 19th century, Southern farmers introduced the delicacy to the population as a replacement to the boring broiled norm. Infusing their culture's...
There's a phenomena at Jesuit every Thursday that few can explain. We went to the students to discover why one item in the cafeteria is more popular than the others.
The Catholic Social Teaching is an integral part of the beliefs of the Catholic Church. Encompassing issues of life, family, the environment, poverty, and human rights, the Church’s teachings, known as the seven themes of Catholic social teaching, are intrinsically political, and these teachings endorse a variety of political viewpoints across the ideological spectrum. In this series, we will...

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