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Class of 2020 Celebrates Achievement at the Junior Convocation

The Jesuit Class of 2020 is undoubtedly the best class to ever grace the halls of Jesuit Dallas. How can the achievement of such a legendary class be celebrated? With the junior convocation. The junior convocation annually celebrates the achievement of the junior class, held in the Terry Center on...


Jesuit Baseball Comes to an End in the Postseason

  As Jesuit baseball looked to make another deep run in the playoffs,  they understood the incredible talent and coaching they would face. However, the tough district(9-6A), had them more prepared than ever. Unfortunately, Jesuit only went two rounds deep, still a very respectable effort as this years teams, especially...

A Farewell to Mr. Redding

"The great aim of education is not knowledge but action." One of the fundamental aspects of Ignatian education is this focus on acting upon our knowledge. Mr. Redding, one of the theology faculty members, has sought to transform the classroom merely from a learning environment to a place focused...

Especially Special Games

On May 10th, many of you all thought, great the senior convocation; however, that day held more than that this year. That is because Jesuit hosted an annual event called the Special Games. They invited a multitude of schools around the Dallas Fort Worth area who teach children with...

Underclassmen Honored at Convocation

Beginning in the same fashion as the two before it, on Thursday morning, May 23, 2019, Dr. Ben Kirby called the Jesuit community together to celebrate and honor the accomplishments of the classes of 2021 and 2022. After an opening prayer by Father Wally Sydney, S.J. and a reading by...


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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...

What do Jesuit Faculty Think of SAGE?

It's the beginning of 4th-period lunch and many hungry students wait to be given permission to get food. Before the students, however, the faculty is allowed to fill their plates. The food served to them is a product of what we all know as SAGE Dining Services. The faculty...

Community Profiles

Mrs. Blackford Leaves Jesuit with Legacy of Passion and Inspiration

A good teacher isn’t hard to find. A good teacher understands the class, explains course material, teaches in an effective way, and connects with students. A good teacher molds students into better versions of themselves academically and personally. And Jesuit Dallas is full of good teachers. But 12345 Inwood...

Naughthing Left to do but Say Goodbye to Mr. Naughton

Every year during the early part of the second semester, underclassmen select their schedules for the next year on RangerNet, as they use a drop-down arrow to pick the subject they wish to study. After this, most students don't think about their classes until the schedules are released in...

Connor Kerl ’15 Speaks to Spanish Students

The year is 2012. Mr. Nielson steps up to his piano, takes a deep breath, then lets his genius flow out through his melodic piano tune: "Sr. Paco tiene mandatos: de-este-vaya-sepa-sea." Connor Kerl '15 sings along to the jingle in his Honors Spanish II class at Jesuit, helping him understand...