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Downtown Dallas was unusually quiet for a Tuesday morning in July.  The absence of honking, yelling, and cars altogether on the streets indicated an unorthodox event was taking place nearby. At the entrance to the Meyerson Symphony Center, hushed voices, subdued sobs, and the faint echo of Taps cast a somber aurora over the usually lively place. In the shadow...
With the primary season winding down in the presidential race, Jesuit conducted its last round of student council elections: its Class representatives. Three students from each class were chosen by popular vote with the Presidential seat for his class going to the candidate with the highest amount of votes. 61% of the student body turned out to vote on...
As you all know by now, the new President and Vice President of the Jesuit Student Council were elected into office just this past Tuesday, March 15.  Out of the entire school, only 480 students showed up to vote, representing 60% of eligible voters. Juniors Steven Mancillas and Evan Jackson won the election for the Student Council President and Vice President. When asked what...
In the primary election on March 1st, the three campaigns of Frymire, Nuchereno, Mancillas, and Wunderlick vied for the student body's vote, a vote that would determine the leaders of the school for the 2016-2017 school year. In a historic finish, the campaigns of Mancillas-Jackson and Wunderlick-Kelley engaged in a virtual tie, only separated by three votes. This brought the school...
https://vimeo.com/157218886 The Candidates: Steven Mancillas and Evan Jackson John Nuchereno and Alex Garcia Robert Wunderlick and Michael Kelley Michael Huber and George Frymire     Assistance with filming by Spencer Vilicic '17
Coming together under one roof, bouncing ideas off of one another, the elected Student Council officials of both Jesuit and Ursuline met at Jesuit on Tuesday, January 26th, to work together to improve themselves . By meeting together, the two councils hoped to focus on a few main topics like bringing the schools closer together and encouraging the participation of...
The nervous freshman, dressed in khakis with a blue nametag, shuffles down the hallway, trying his best to avoid eye contact with any upperclassman and concentrating on his upcoming interview with the student council moderator. This young man hopes to impress the moderator, using his ideas to gain votes needed to win the election. The Jesuit student council program welcomed...
As Mr. Hanley and current Student Council executives Zander Erturkuner & Garrett Amy stood patiently, yet intently, the scantron machine slowly tallied up the votes, one by one. Two more for Wunderlick. Another vote for Pontikes. Hamrick gets three more votes. This went on until finally the final ballot was accounted for, and the new names of Student Council emerged. Last...

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