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Authors Articles by Kota Ueshima '19, Associate Editor

Kota Ueshima '19, Associate Editor

Kota Ueshima '19, Associate Editor
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Silent hallways, free of bustling high schoolers. Classrooms arranged neatly into perfectly parallel rows and columns of desks. Students forced into assigned seat numbers. The only noise coming is one of racing pencils and groaning children fed up with despair. An ominous scene of the future. Or.... Jesuit Dallas is taking the PSAT. The PSAT, which does not stand for...
Carrying some kind of mechanical device, he stealthily follows a Jesuit student who seems to be carrying a black padded briefcase. The student suddenly starts sprinting, but he matches his pace, following only a couple feet away at each moment. Gunshots ring out... Senior Chase Kengott is, in fact, a filmmaker, just releasing his latest work: The Brief Job, an...
What makes Jesuit's hallways different from most others? As they walk swiftly from class to class or rush to leave school, students rarely focus their energy on the various art-pieces that dot the walls. However, students, maybe even without noticing, will take a quick glance and, in times of apathy, will gaze at these paintings or sculptures, occasionally taking the...
The Jesuit tennis team was both calm and collected as they waited for their names to be announced for the first round of play at the Varsity District tournament, hosted by Coppell High School. In place of nerves was a sense of enjoyment, and the team was ready to compete with the best competition when it mattered, already experienced...
Already starting the spring season 2-0, the Jesuit tennis team continued to march over their rival schools in the Dallas area. The first challengers to the team's throne was the notable Episcopal School of Dallas (ESD), but they were, from the start, no match for the stacked Rangers team, who while not sending their top six varsity players, were still...
Jacob Palisch '17, who you might have heard of as he was our starting quarterback who led us to two straight district titles, a Stanford University baseball commit and a member of the varsity basketball team, was more than qualified to be nominated for the prestigious Davey O'Brien award, an award which recognized both his athletics as well as...
Hayden Kissee '17 lines up, calm and collected, acting normally. His partner, John Lindberg '18 stands at the net, gazing fiercely into the returner's eye. The ball shoots past him, and he moves forwards to smash down a volley, but there is no need, as the ball does not come back. The Jesuit tennis team fires up its Spring Season...
As we enter the new year, we welcome the dramatic changes that have occurred in our Jesuit Stage and Film program, and to those who have not visited the lecture hall recently, a surprise awaits. Beginning in the summer of 2015, the lecture hall renovations have been well under way, with improvements being made to the theater for both its performers and audience. It has remained mostly...

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