Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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Today is Valentine's Day, 2021, and it is currently snowing outside of my home as we speak. It is a light drizzle, and Texas isn't the place where snow comes, so it's a very special time and a very special occasion. Now, as everyone stays home in the warmth and comfort of their fire place, we all look to...
Considering the popularity of Season 1, Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau had a lot of expectations to live up to when creating Season 2 of The Mandalorian. However, the Disney+ series most certainly delivered, releasing some of the best Star Wars content yet.The series' second season focused on Mando searching for a Jedi so that Grogu can train with...
Streaming movies and TV shows has become a norm by 2021 and the market for streaming services has only grown immensely due to COVID-19. Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV+, and HULU all dominate the market, and below are prices and facts about the streaming giants that could help decide which is the best to buy. All of these services offer...
On January 6th, Trump supporters and far-right groups, spurred on by the lies and rhetoric of Trump and his allies, attempted to take the Capitol with the goal of violently stopping Congress from certifying Biden's election.President Trump orchestrated a rally in Washington DC to protest the election results. After the rally, his supporters and far-right groups descended onto the...
A regular Senate election and a special Senate election took place in Georgia on November 3rd. Democrat Jon Ossoff challenged incumbent Republican David Perdue's reelection. Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler campaigned against Democrat Raphael Warnock.No candidate in either election on November 3rd won an absolute majority (at least 50% of the vote). By Georgia law, two runoff elections took place...
In this past week, we have seen the beauty of writing in its purest form through Harvard poet Amanda Gorman, whose clever use of alliteration and rhyme scheme combined with precise diction created an unforgettable inauguration speech on the national stage. Gorman shows us the power of writing, the power of words, and the power of a story that...
With winter break’s end and the spring semester kicking off, Jesuit Dallas acquired six new transfer students!So who are they?All from western states, new transfers came from Jesuit prep schools who share that “Men for Others'' mentality. Of course these students work to continue in spreading Jesuit culture and hope to experience such culture here.Nicolai Valenta, a freshman from...
University of Alabama. A national powerhouse in American football that will do whatever it takes to win the College Football Championship. This week, after being first in the SEC West, Alabama truly asserted its dominance over Ohio State, crushing them 52-24. Over the past years, Alabama has demonstrated its candidacy as the best football program in America, but the...

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