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Jesuit Hosts Immaculee Ilibagiza

Imagine it's the spring semester of your junior year in college. You decide to venture home to visit your family over the Easter break. You're refreshed to reunite with parents and siblings and sleep in your own bed for the first time in months. It's just like old times...

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Reviewing Saturday Night Live Season 44

For over 40 years, Saturday Night Live has consistently produced a high-quality comedy show, creating around 20 episodes per year. Combining all aspects of show business from costume design, to make up, to set design, to filmmaking, it is truly impressive that SNL is able to pump out such...

Roundup Review: Return of the Obra Dinn

Return of the Obra Dinn is the second bureaucracy simulator from Lucas Pope, the auteur behind Papers, Please. A game of logic both captivatingly brilliant and fascinatingly unique, Obra Dinn asks its players to analyze minute details in order to solve a vast, interconnected mystery: the fate of the...

A Review of The Umbrella Academy, Most Popular Netflix Original

"'The Umbrella Academy' stands out among the countless other superhero series splashed across billboards and your viewing queues." - The Los Angeles Times "The joy of the 'The Umbrella Academy' is that it takes traditional superhero tropes and re-imagines them through a nihilistic, misanthropic lens." - NBC News THINK "It has...

Previewing the 2019-2020 Cowboys Season

After a season of Dak weirdness, Zeke doing Zeke things, and the defense quickly establishing itself as one of the NFL's best, the Cowboys have done all they want to in free agency in the draft, and they are ready to start playing football for the 2019-2020 season. Today, I'm...

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Medicare for All: A New Perspective on Health Care

Six months ago, the nation was embroiled in a contentious midterm election cycle. Now, many major characters in the running for the Democratic nomination in 2020 have already begun their campaigns. Just like in 2016 with the Republican Party, the Democratic primary is filled with more than a dozen...

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...

The Mastermind Behind the Super Bowl Halftime Scenes: My...

When Justin Timberlake performs the halftime show during the Super Bowl, who does he call to stage this important event? Or when Dirk Nowitzki throws his All-Star celebrity event party who’s going to plan the event? Lara Beth is the go-to event planning “force of nature” for a who’s...

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A Farewell to Mr. Croteau

“Those that know, do. Those that understand, teach.” This quote from Aristotle perfectly explains one of the primary missions of the Jesuits: to educate. A Jesuit must teach for several years before becoming ordained as a priest, primarily because Jesuits place a large emphasis on education. At Jesuit Dallas, there...

Coach Weeks Moves on from Jesuit Dallas

One way or another, almost every Jesuit student within Coach Jeremy Weeks' eight-year career has heard the famous advice, "Eat lots of fruits and drink lots of milk!" Coach Weeks has based off an entire training program on what goes on outside the weight room. Now, it's time for...

Julius Marble: The Jewel of Jesuit Basketball

“Did you see that dunk?” “He’s going to Michigan State!” If you go to school at Jesuit, you’ve heard people in the hallways talking about him. The one and only: Julius Marble. The 6’8 center for the basketball team is unstoppable. Dunk after dunk after dunk with a mix...