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The trip where students are forced to carry 49 pounds of (medical) drugs through foreign airports. Where students spend hours driving up and down one-lane roads on the sides of mountains, fearing each bump as if the truck is going to tip over. Where each day is spent with 6-10 hours in a clinic, tending to the needs of...
Young and old, healthy and sick, we all have it. Blood is an essential part of the human body, though it's easy to take it for granted. Unfortunately, the sick are not always able to produce their own blood cells in the quantity or quality necessary for a healthy life, but there are many people in our society willing to...
The start of the new year always calls for new service opportunities. This January, students partook in various volunteer opportunities, and I asked Mr. Riemer, head of the Service Department, some questions about these events. 1.) What volunteer activities took place in January? "We have numerous regular opportunities that we resumed after returning from the Christmas break, most notably Manna for...
Shining lights, good food, better dance moves all come together in one room. Pausing momentarily to laugh with joy at the sight of the room of dancing students, one young person then quickly resumes his rendition of the macarena, rejoining the festivities. On December 9th, Jesuit and Ursuline students helped to host the 9th annual Notre Dame Christmas dance. About 50...
Boarding a plane headed towards a new country or state, the Jesuit students wave goodbye to their families and embark on a trip that will give them an insight to the culture of their new home for anywhere from 8 to 14 days. But besides a glimpse into culture, these students will work to better the lives of the people...
As the weather cools and exams approach, students must remember what it means to be a Jesuit student. The stress of exams and the calendar year coming to an end puts Jesuit students under extreme amounts of pressure. It is important for us to succeed in our academic life and also to make sure we are living are lives in...
"As we enter the Advent Season, stop by the traditional library to explore the Jesuit Angel Tree Forest. Enjoy a cookie while selecting among the 600 handcrafted ornaments that were designed by the Ignatian Leadership Corps and the Refugee Resources Club." The Advent Season gives Jesuit students a sense of proximity to one of the most celebrated holidays among the...
Students prepare for the second half of the fall semester, constantly reminding themselves to achieve academic success, but also to live as Men for Others, something every Jesuit student strives to be. Community service proves to be an excellent way for a Jesuit student to work towards his status as a Man for Others, and various kinds of community service...

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