• Jesuit Theology Promotes Ecumenism with Field Trip to Byzantine Church

    Jesuit Theology Promotes Ecumenism with Field Trip to Byzantine Church

    At 9:01 a.m. on November 10th, two junior theology classes jumped on a bus and drove through the morning mist to an unforgettable experience. Their destination was an Eastern Byzantine Church in Irvin...

  • Jesuit’s World Champion Robotics Team Gives TED Talk

    Jesuit’s World Champion Robotics Team Gives TED Talk

    Walking down the halls or sitting in class, students might not realize that among them are a grou of World Champions. These people aren’t seen out on the football field or in the locker room, di...

  • A Right To Die?

    A Right To Die?

    If one day you were diagnosed with a terminal illness that would most likely result in an extremely painful death, and you only had six months to live, how would you react? What would be the first thi...

  • Joseph Pitman: Jesuit’s Own Gold Medalist Badminton Player

    Joseph Pitman: Jesuit’s Own Gold Medalist Badminton Player

    When most people think of badminton, they imagine a sport similar to tennis, played with a cone shaped “ball” hit back and forth over a net raised in the air. However, what most don’t know about Badmi...

  • Darkhorse Connor O’Neill

    Darkhorse Connor O’Neill

    Prospective freshman to fastest on the Jesuit Cross Country team, Connor O’Neill now ranks among the best in Texas. He began his Jesuit XC career in June 2013, quietly sitting outside the gates to the...

  • Jesuit Takes J. J. Pearce by Storm

    Jesuit Takes J. J. Pearce by Storm

    On one of the first cold Friday nights of the year, Jesuit took on J. J. Pearce in their first playoff game this season. Jesuit, who went 7-3 in the regular season, defeated J. J. Pearce, 5-5, in a 59...

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