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13 deaths. Over 60,000 homes damaged. Over $9 billion dollars in damage. 136,000 workers now currently unemployed. Families uprooted. Friends separated. Lives changed. These are just some of the consequences of the flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana that took place 2 weeks ago. On August 12th, Baton Rouge received a torrential downpour of rain, reaching rates of 2-3 inches per...
They were sinking buckets for charity. Playing in a basketball tournament is always fun, but the club “Brothers for Others” decided to combine fun with charity to raise money for one of the many organizations that they serve. On January 23, the “Brothers for Others” club hosted their annual 3v3 basketball tournament. Teams enter the competition with an entry fee...
The Jesuit student, clad in his blue polo, hunches over, entering the small white tent filled with doctors and patients. He slowly lifts up his right hand revealing a large white bag, filled to the brim with medical supplies like cough syrup, reading glasses, and toothpaste. The patients loudly exclaim joyful cheers at the sight of such marvels, as...
Wrapping paper, bows, and tape cover the floor of the Terry Center. Presents are packed into boxes, ready to be delivered to the less privileged families that can't afford to buy gifts for Christmas. On Sunday, December 13th, Jesuit hosted its annual Adopt-a-Family service event as hundreds of Jesuit families and students gathered in the Terry Center to wrap presents...
How can we work to alleviate the pain of a child's broken heart? Over the past year, the Jesuit Community Service program has become directly tied to an extraordinary charitable organization: HeartGift. HeartGift provides lifesaving heart surgeries for children who live in nations where specialized medical treatment is either non-existent or scarce. These children suffer from a specific condition...
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...
Every few seconds, the monotonous machines connected to his body would emit another high-pitched burst of sound. Beep. Beep. Beep. As he tossed and turned in the uncomfortable hospital bed, more of his fine, silky, black hair fell onto the pillows, a constant reminder that, for the second time, his trials and tribulations were very real. Today was a...
  An average day for a Jesuit athlete ends with a practice after school. However, this was not the case on Tuesday, April 7th and Wednesday, April 8th, as Jesuit sports teams abstained from going to practice and, instead, built volleyball courts at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center.   Right after school, Jesuit's crew, cycling, and basketball teams loaded onto...

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