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AMC and TXML: Nuts & Bolts

As students from all grade levels cluster together in the B-hallway with merely a pencil and a calculator, Mr. Billingham, calculus and trigonometry teacher at Jesuit, attempts to direct the bulk of students from...

The Year of the Rooster

Freshly brewed tea being ceremoniously poured and drank, dumplings preparing in a steamer, sweetened rice cakes being munched on by hungry students, and an assortment of other cultural foods rapidly being consumed, students gathered...

Murder at Jesuit?!?!

Murder, forensics, and the interrogation of possible suspects? Sounds like your typical CSI episode. But no! This is just your regular forensic science class at Jesuit. This year, in Ms. Boyle’s forensic science class,...

Donald Trumps Hillary in Jesuit polls

Heated debate and fiery rhetoric are exchanged amid the controversial election. Passionate students on both sides vie to get a few words in the conversation. The ultimate decider looms: A vote. In the days leading...

Parla inglese? – Italian Exchange Program

Since the reign of the Roman Empire, the culturally rich Italy has had a profound impact on Western Civilization. From the food we eat, to the language we speak, Italian influence is ever-prominent in today’s...

Jesuit Researchers Shoot for the STARS

When one envisions a traditional summer job, activities such as observing genetic mutations in mice, identifying how certain pathogens use virulence effectors to infect eukaryotic cells, and quantifying the functional activation of the dysplastic...

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...

New Language Translation Services

As the bell rings to signify the start of parent teacher conferences, the slender English teacher shoves his round silver framed spectacles back onto his nose, opens the large mahogany door, and invites the...

A Taste of Berry

Although there are many strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries, there is one berry that presides among all of them; Ian Berry! Mr. Ian Berry ’07 was born at Presbyterian Hospital and grew up in the Lake Highlands area....

Jesuit Seniors Get A “Close Up” Look at Washington D.C.

"Washington, DC is to lying what Wisconsin is to cheese." -comedian/TV personality Dennis Miller "I often say of George Washington that he was one of the few in the whole history of the world who was not...