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Dallas, Texas, December 3rd – Walking into an empty American Airlines center almost 2 hours before tipoff, I looked up at the bold, white letters, shining overhead, spelling out “PRESS ONLY.” My accomplice for the evening was Bill Cox IV ’17, his face flushing bright red as two women at a table asked for our media credentials. Eager to...
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 cortex of the brain don’t often come to mind. But for three Jesuit seniors, Erik Sanchez- Perez, Noah Sherer, and Joe Carver, these activities are...
“Hey Chan, I need to talk to you about something.” As soon as my mom uttered this daunting phrase to me, my first thought was, “Uh oh, what did I wrong this time? Little did I know, she was about to give me some of the best news I had ever received in my entire life. “You can go back to...
Artist.  You can't spell artist without "i" and "start," appropriately so.  Physically starting the creative process of crafting art is the hardest part for an artist.  The vision. The preparation. The canvas.  These are all worthless without the first sketch, the first stroke, the first click, the starting points to creating masterpieces.  The only difference between a good artist...
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
Most people who have heard of Jesuit Dallas recognize golfing legend Jordan Spieth. They may even remember the prestigious basketball and football programs, which continue to dominate year after year. But, if you were to ask these same people what students Nico Elizondo '18, Peter Papanicolaou '18 and, Joseph Pitman '16 all have in common, chances are, you would draw a...
Someone recently asked me, “Where is that sophomore on the fencing team?  I haven’t seen him this year.  Does he still go here?”  I said, “He still goes here, and is on the team, but right now he is out of town, at a tournament.”  They continued, “I was just wondering; he was in the yearbook.”  “Is he any...
Infinite series, binomial coefficients, n-simplex numbers. Confused yet? Don’t worry; I’m as lost as you are. These are just a few of the magnificently complex mathematical subjects that fascinate Jesuit senior Alonso Espinosa-Dominguez 16’. In fact, Alonso’s unqualified love of mathematics has inspired him to give a series of math-based lectures through the Mu Alpha Theta Club. Throughout this year,...

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