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Authors Articles by Garrett Tarango '19

Garrett Tarango '19

Garrett Tarango '19
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The artist picks up their utensil, whether it be a paintbrush, pen, or even their hands. This may be their first piece, last piece, or one in between. However, only the artist knows what this one will entail. Sure, technically anyone can be an artist, but every artist has their own personal touch that makes their pieces truly unique. Painter and...
Two opposing players wait motionless, facing each other, anticipating the moment when the puck drops. As it hits the ice, the clashing and clanging of sticks can be heard across the rink. Shortly after, one team secures the rubber disk, signifying the start of the match. This scene sums up the beginning of every game the Jesuit Hockey Team partook...
The theater goes from dark to dimly lit all while serene music plays in the background. Multiple characters, half with greased back hair, the other half wearing khakis and sweaters walk across the stage. Some do secret handshakes, others converse jovially. However, one thing can be agreed upon: this is the Jesuit Fall Theater Production. In November on the weekends...
It's a once in a lifetime opportunity. Sure, it it isn't necessarily a vacation, but it could leave one with an experience that will last a lifetime. I'm talking about the Jesuit Dallas Community Days senior retreat. Towards the beginning of their final school year together, the entire senior class body embarked on a journey to a secretive location to...
Charging through the water like a torrent, the player fends off his opponents with one hand, lining up his throw with the other. With a surge of strength he hurtles the ball past the goalie into the net, exhaling a sigh of relief. Whenever someone tells you to name a sport, you probably think of the classics: soccer, football, basketball,...
The start of the new year always calls for new service opportunities. This January, students partook in various volunteer opportunities, and I asked Mr. Riemer, head of the Service Department, some questions about these events. 1.) What volunteer activities took place in January? "We have numerous regular opportunities that we resumed after returning from the Christmas break, most notably Manna for...
It's one of the most celebrated Christmas traditions: lighting the Advent wreath. This Christmas season, Jesuit students and faculty partake in this tradition at the front of the school every Monday morning. On Sunday before the first Monday of the season, the Advent wreath was blessed to begin the celebration.  This process is continued every Monday morning before school with...
Towards the beginning of the NFL season, I wrote an article that posed the question of who should be the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, the rookie sensation Dak Prescott or the seasoned veteran Tony Romo. Now, this question has been answered. Tony Romo recently held a press conference where he announced that he would be handing the starting...

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