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Authors Articles by Henry Ainsworth '16

Henry Ainsworth '16

Henry Ainsworth '16
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Part-time dragon slayer, part-time figment of your imagination and full time Jesuit Roundup writer. Those words describe Henry Ainsworth, a Junior at #JezNation. Henry only speaks in the third person and enjoys writing bio's for his online newspaper.
Many horrors in history, no matter how terrible, are often forgotten about in the flurry of progression in an ever-changing world. However, one of the most documented wars in history, World War II, has been remembered worldwide for over 70 years. The stories of the war are still being told by those that survived it, whether it be those...
Over the past two years there has been a transition in the Arts Department from the old monicker "Jesuit Theater" to "Jesuit Stage and Film." Along with the change in name came a vast change in funding, funding that led to the purchase of elite film shooting and editing equipment as well as an upgrade in space. The film...
The Jesuit Dallas Alma Mater's origins have been a subject of myth around the school for many years. The occasional murmur appears, though is quelled by waves of haters unwilling to believe. However, in order to find its origins we must look at our own: 1942, the year that Jesuit High School was founded on the old Oak Lawn...
"Freedom of speech suggests that you can say whatever you think and that you stand next to your ideas that you defend. The others cannot agree with you but, if what you say doesn’t affect the life of others, you are still free to express yourself." - Marianne Demarolle, a 12th grader at École Internationale Bilingue The recent tragic events in...
A handful of students flew to Los Angeles, California to participate in the Dolores Mission Trip. These select few students slept on the floor and spent all day dedicating themselves to serving the community. The trip is one of the few domestic immersion trips that Jesuit Dallas sponsors and is also one of the most culturally shocking. When walking around the...
SPOILER ALERT: No Fixed Address by Nickelback is awful. For all of the die-hard Nickelback fans out there, this new album is comprised of 11 songs that sound identical. This album sinks so low that it features an equally irrelevant artist, Flo Rida, for one song "Got Me Runnin' Round." Nickelback's feeble attempt to remain relevant, hilarious as it...
These past two weekends, Austin's Zilker Park hosted the Austin City Limits Music Festival with 130+ bands in attendance. Many big names in the music business made appearances, but every band was given a chance on one of the 7 stages around the 46 acre plot of land. Some bands really brought it and drew a crowd. Others, however,...
On Saturday, September 21st, 2014, downtown Dallas held the Peace Day Dallas Awareness Walk. It ran from 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., beginning and ending at the Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance. Peace Day Dallas consisted of walking around the downtown area, directed by an audio guide that took you through the many historic places in Downtown's...

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