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This last Friday, the Jesuit Football team held their annual Blue and Gold game, a scrimmage pitting the offense against the defense, to evaluate the progress the team has made over the Spring season.
There's a phenomena at Jesuit every Thursday that few can explain. We went to the students to discover why one item in the cafeteria is more popular than the others.
"Months of blood, sweat, and tears paid off with the ultimate prize - giving @JesuitSoccer a state championship and cementing their names in history"
Stars light up the sky, but the trees cast darkness down on two friends. Softly, flies and bugs can be heard buzzing about the air, though not loudly enough to overshadow the hum of the night. A quiet campfire discussion in the ominous forest is followed by panic. This is Through the Ashes. On October 23, 2016, it was announced that Through the...
https://vimeo.com/166803596 Pine trees. Bike tires. Aliens. Talking Dogs and Cats. An open fire. An occupied SUV. A White Elephant. A preoccupied girl. All the elements of the culmination of the Jesuit Stage and Film year, The Second Annual Jesuit Film Festival. The 2016 Jesuit Film Festival took place on May 13 in the Jesuit Lecture Hall, hosting a huge turnout of kids...
Michael Boyson '16 and Andrew Arraj '16 shared the following reflections with the Jesuit Community on the September 25 Friday prayer service led by Campus Ministry. Their reflections followed the above video and were in response to Pope Francis's call for all young people to "Be Courageous!" “Don’t let this be the greatest thing you ever did.” –Mike Francis U.S. Merchant Marine Academy’s valedictorian...
Fedora. Glasses. Mustache. Clenched shoulders.  A mythic character touts into the spotlight with precise steps, his sleeves rolled up beyond the elbow to display an appropriate amount of the gun show that is his arms. And then, he speaks: “Ladies and gentlemen,” Mr. Donahue squeaks out to the gathering audience in the Lecture Hall, pronouncing ‘gentlemen’ not so gently, “We will...
Mitchell Opatowsky '15 slowly turns his head to face an alarm clock on his bed stand. The flashing LED display reads 5:45 AM, and a startled Opatowsky leaps out of bed. Snatching his Jesuit Crew tank top and shorts from his closet, he races out of the house, grabbing a Clif Bar on the way. He jumps into his...

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