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Freshman Retreat 2018

The Freshman Retreat is a pivotal point of personal growth and team building for Jesuit’s newest students, the class of 2022. The new students were divided into groups of seven or eight with an upperclassman trained to lead the boys in spiritual, and team building, activities throughout the day.    One...


College Night 2018: A Night to Remember

The bright-eyed junior opens the doors to the newly renovated Jesuit cafeteria. The energy of the room astounds him. Hundreds of students buzz around the dozens of college booths occupying the reinvigorated space. It's clear to see, the 2018 Jesuit-Hosted College Night has begun.   What is College Night at Jesuit? On...

Fantasy Football: Advice for Week 6

Week 6 of the NFL came as a shock for some, and a pleasant surprise for others. Mark Ingram picked up where he left off in the Saints offense, Lesean McCoy had 24 carries, Jay Ajayi tore his ACL, and the Cardinals somehow won a game. All of these...

Jesuit Powers Through Recent Tennis Matches

"Nothing can substitute for just plain hard work. I had to put in the time to get back. And it was a grind. It meant training and sweating every day. But I was completely committed to working out to prove to myself that I still could do it." -...


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New President in Mexico: Friend or Foe?

Elections in Mexico 2.0: Is  AMLO a Communist or an Ally? Since the past presidential elections, the Mexican population has been part of a candid debate: Is AMLO too radical? How are his proposals going to affect the country? Is AMLO (Andrés Manuel López Obrador) going to send Mexico into...

What Do the Kavanaugh Hearings Really Mean for Our...

Three months after his initial nomination by President Trump, we seem to have reached the climax of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearing. Both sides of the political aisle are dissecting every sentence that comes out of Kavanaugh's mouth. The media is intensely examining the misconduct allegations waged against him....

BlacKkKlansman Review

Warning, spoilers ahead! The Plot BlacKkKlansman (7.8/10 IMDb), directed by Spike Lee, takes place in Colorado Springs in the early 1970s. John David Washington plays “Ron Stallworth,” a black detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department. Washington uses his “white-sounding voice” to deceive the Ku Klux Klan while speaking on the...

Community Profiles

The One, The Only, Dion Sign

If you went to the football game last Friday, you might have noticed an interesting face in the student section. What was peculiar was that it was a face without a body, nicknamed the Dion Scion (Dye-on Sigh-on). Created by Senior Rudder Allison, the Dion Sign was a popular addition...

New Deacon On Campus

Many know him as a coach, others as a teacher, and few as a father. With the start of this new school year, Mr. Chris Knight has also added deacon to his repertoire. Who would’ve thought that one of our own teachers would become a part of the clergy...

Wait, Who’s Mr. Dion?

Background Daniel Dion was raised in Bolton, Connecticut in 1980, attending the local East Catholic High School. He graduated from East Catholic in 1999 and attended Boston College. He received a Bachelor’s of the Arts in Theology and Philosophy from Boston College in 2003, later extending his higher education to...


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