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Authors Articles by Michael Bain '18

Michael Bain '18

Michael Bain '18
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Jesuit's faculty is definitively one of the most crucial parts of Jesuit. The esteemed faculty is integral to the success of the school, which would certainly collapse without the remarkable efforts of teachers, coaches, and administrators. To commend their hard work, Jesuit annually recognizes ten faculty members with ten different awards: the Jeremiah E. Lenihan Family Faculty Award, the Elaine Henrion...
In March, as the sweaty, exhausted track and field athletes gathered around performance Coach Mike Cahill after finishing their morning workout, he began with the normal reminder to eat a healthy breakfast, advertising the bargain on the eight ounce milks. Unsurprisingly, he moved on to the familiar and frequently repeated reminder that the team needs to peak at the District...
Swordsmanship often finds its way onto television or the silver screen. Whether it be a duel between gallant knights or noble Jedis, their impressive feats of combat and skill always captivate an audience. For the expert martial artists, the sword becomes a symbol of honor and chivalry. A similar fascination with swords drove Jared Petroll ’18 to start fencing...

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