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Authors Articles by Nicolas Rodriguez '15

Nicolas Rodriguez '15

Nicolas Rodriguez '15
Here is a bit of wisdom from the Jesuit faculty and staff. It is my hope that this knowledge will be used to enhance every senior's college experience. Thank you to all of the Jesuit community willing to answer my question. Mrs. Elchlepp: Find something they love to do outside of their major and don't miss out on that opportunity. Mrs. Ellsworth: Be...
The 1947 season was the worst Jesuit ever played in its history, amounting to only two wins and four losses. Despite their new coach, Ed Maher, and various strategic implements, the Rangers would still require better forms of leadership, charisma, and passion before they could rise up and face their opponents on equal terms. 1948 proved to be a more...
When we last encountered the Rangers we found our team had established a name for themselves and proved to be a force worth reckoning with. As time progressed, players started to know one another and started to develop stronger bonds between each other. Leaders arose willing to take their teammates farther by pushing them harder. The coaching staff also...
Jesuit’s First Year of Football   The game of football has thrilled fans since the first game was played on November 6th in 1869. The game evolved and soon incorporated ideas such as the snap and even later the forward pass. In Texas, football holds a special place in everybody’s hearts, and whether it’s pee-wee, high-school, collegiate, or pro level, crowds seem...

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