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Inside Iran: Part I

When a teacher reads the roster to take attendance on the first day of school, there’s a pretty high chance he/she will butcher someone’s name down the line. The teacher doesn’t mean any harm in pronouncing the student’s name wrong, but when the student doesn’t correct the teacher, the...

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Fantasy Football: Advice for Week 3

For many players, week 2 has significant value in terms of carving out an important role in the team or showing that they can be consistent. Having a good first week does not necessarily mean that they will perform well throughout the season. Having played in 2 games now,...

First Words

After months of empty classrooms and silent hallways, Jesuit became crammed with smiling faces as the first bells signaled the beginning of the new school year. The new school year ushered in a wide assortment of emotions, ranging from senior excitement to freshman fright. To begin Jesuit’s first half day, the...

Remembering Mac Miller, and Why You Should Care

Last Saturday afternoon, after finally catching up on his sleep and enjoying his late morning, Sam Dayton ’20 clicked on a video that had popped up in YouTube’s recommended section. The video was that of a rapper named Mac Miller – Sam wasn’t familiar. He watched the video anyways,...

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Who Is Beto O’Rourke?

Who is Beto O’Rourke? For many, he is just a name on a sign. The sign isn’t even red, white, and blue so it isn’t immediately apparent that he’s a politician. But he is, and very soon, he could be one of Texas’s senators in Washington, D.C. But who is...

Not in Cruz Control

The 2018 midterms appear to be one of the most hotly contested in modern American history. With controversial (to say the least) President Trump firmly in the reigns of the Republican Party, the Democratic base appears poised to strike a major blow against him. Trump has alienated much of...

Kamikaze, The Reaction to the Reactions

I'm going to be completely honest with you. I really did not like Eminem's last album, Revival. Eminem tried to go all pop and get emotional, but he fell flat on his face. Even the best track, River (feat. Ed Sheeran), wasn't the real Eminem that most rap fans have come...

Catholic Social Teaching in American Politics, Parts Three and...

The Catholic Church recognizes the rights and responsibilities of humans in civil society. This teaching, the third of 7, encompasses many ideals promoted in both American political parties. This teaching includes, but is not limited to, one’s right to shelter, work, conscience, public assistance in times of need,...

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A Humble Man with an Extraordinary Calling: My Conversation...

A core reason why many of us attend Jesuit is due to the school's excellent faith-based education. The Jesuit “Profile of the Graduate” describes the characteristics of a man who 'seeks the fullest development of his God-given talents and puts his faith in action.' That’s a lofty aspiration that...

After 26 Years, Mrs. Klickman’s Time at Jesuit Comes...

For the past 26 years, Mrs. Jody Klickman has been an institution at Jesuit College Prep. The veteran Spanish teacher has taught countless students at Jesuit over the years, serving in several different capacities as a member of the faculty, including co-chair of the Language Department for the...

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