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Ethan Williams '18

Ethan Williams '18
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Freshman and Varsity Debate Finish Strong in April

Two teams of debaters stand across from each other, preparing arguments and possible counter-arguments for their opponents’ position. A judge presides close by with sheets of paper in front of him, waiting to take...

Jesuit Robotics a Semifinalist in Dallas Regional

On the smooth green surface of the ground, a rectangular contraption, made of metal and wooden beams, scurries across the arena. Various wires cover the automated machine, connecting into electrical ports, sending data and...

Johannes Boekhoudt Art Exhibit

“Painting is the most magical of mediums. The transcendence is truly amazing to me every time I go to a museum and I see how somebody figured another way to rub colored dirt on...

Social Justice Art Exhibit

“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” In this proverb, Edgar Degas, a famous 18th century French artist, explains that the true beauty of art is found not in the...

Jesuit National Merit Semi-Finalists

Scribbling a large black dot into his answer sheet, the student marks choice "A" on his test. His eyes then glaze over the reading material, searching for any evidence or clues for the next...

Mr. Riemer: The Community Service Counselor

What's the one thing that separates Jesuit from other schools? Is it the iconic wings on Thursdays? Ranger Day? Freshman Khakis? Those are good guesses, but many people would agree that it is service,...

Alaska Immersion Trip: Opening the Eyes

A student steps forward slowly onto the dark, green grass, his eyes fixated on a small edifice in front of him. Beside him, two of his fellow friends also trek forward, their gaze shifting...

Allergies: Dr. Schroeder’s Informative Presentation

Whenever you sneeze or cough intensely, you could be very sick, or you could be having an allergic reaction. When this happens, you would probably go to the doctor to get it checked out,...

Varsity Baseball Sweeps Through R.L. Turner into Playoffs

The bold player trots up to the plate, his black, wooden bat resting firmly on his shoulder. He puts one leg into the batter's box and digs it into the sand-dirt mixture. Then, bringing...

Varsity Baseball Clashes with Irving and Nimitz

The tall, towering figure stares down at the batter from his grassy green turf mound. He commands the pace of the game and its outcome; every pitch he throws can determine if his team...