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Vlog: What do Jesuit Freshmen Think of SAGE?

The 4th-period bell rings and the tables in the cafeteria are instantly filled with students chatting away, joking, and laughing. Soon, they are signaled that they may get food. In a flash, each and every station is packed with hungry students and teachers. The food served at these stations...

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Is Experience Overrated?

“I call shotgun!” This famous saying is the proud exclamation of a winner, the first person to claim the passenger seat as his territory for the next car ride. Most people don’t think much of this game though. It won’t make or break your day; however, it’s the little victories...

The Info Commons Welcomes a New Friend

A freshman rushes to the Info Commons to print an essay the passing period before his class. He sends his file to the printer only to find that it has died once again. Defeated, the freshman settles on a lame excuse for not having his assignment. This freshman’s tragedy...

Dallas Stars Prey Upon Predators as they Slide onto the Semis

"Klingberg shoots...HE SCORRRRRRES, JOHN KLINGBERG SENDS THE STARS ONTO THE SECOND ROUND!!" This was the call from Josh Bogorad and Daryl Reaugh, the TV voices of the Dallas Stars, as the Stars overcame the Nashville Predators 2-1 in overtime, keeping their Stanley Cup playoff hopes alive and well, as they...

The NBA’s To-Do List for This Summer

As the 2018-2019 NBA playoffs begin, teams are starting to play their way to the championship, which also means teams that didn’t extend their season past 82 games are beginning to set their sights on this summer. With many free agents set to hit the market and a guarantee...

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2020 Hopeful Kamala Harris Campaigns in Dallas

The great state of Texas may already have two Presidential hopefuls in former El Paso Congressman and Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke and former US Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro, but it’s California Senator Kamala Harris that became the first top-tier 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate to hit...

What’s Going on in Venezuela?

Murder rates are at an all-time, worldwide high. The average citizen has lost more than 20 pounds in the last two years. Diseases spread quickly as food and medicine are in severe shortage. One in five people are out of work, and makeshift slums crowd the streets. The government...

The Wandering Earth Review

Warning, spoilers ahead! Becoming China's second highest grossing film of all time right after Wolf Warrior 2, The Wandering Earth hit the world by storm, grossing nearly $700 million worldwide in just a few months. The Wandering Earth (7.7/10 IMDb) depicts the efforts of Liu Qi (Chuxiao Qu) and his sister Han Duoduo...

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What’s Cooking in the Kitchen?

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well.” (Virginia Woolf) Ever since the school year began in late August, SAGE Dining Services has been making breakfast and lunch every day for Jesuit students and faculty. I was able to sit down and talk to...

Unlocking Academic Success with Will Nickols

3 am.  Sweat dripping down his face, a hard-working Junior labors away at another physics problem set.  Eyes dilated, face winced, he looks with existential dread at the unread pages of the Iliad.  Quiz? Test? Essay? Homework?  For many, sacrificing sleep is simply the price one pays for academic...

Meet “The Eraser Lady,” Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Ms. Carter

"Can I have some taffy? Oh, BET! Colors!" Two juniors stroll into Ms. Carter's 2nd story office, excited to find a basket of taffy open for the taking. As the interview continues, more and more students file into the room, each saying hey, pulling in a chair, and beginning to chat....

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