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Back in Business: Meet the Entrepreneurship Club’s New Leadership

16-year-old Alex Rivera stands aimlessly behind a small table on the front lawn of his suburban home. On his table rests a large pitcher of ice cold lemonade, under which a sign greets his neighbors with ‘Lemonade - 50¢.’ In his first hour of business, he has sold a...

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Three More Competitive Games for Basketball

Three more schools, three more dogfights: J.J. Pierce, Lake Highlands, and W.T. White Our Rangers have fought for victory but had to fight until the end to get it. With a loss at J.J. Pierce and two wins at Lake Highlands and W.T. White, the Rangers worked hard in the last...

Wrapping Up the Wrestling Season

Research by Jack Barton '20 With countless hours of practice weekly, the Jesuit wrestling team prepares for the most important part of any team's season: the playoffs. With numerous successes during the month of January, the team hopes to win it all this year in the postseason. During the month of...

The Arizona Coyotes: Professional Hockey’s Gruesome Experiment

They say you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. In the case of the Arizona Coyotes, the NHL simply dragged a dead horse into the middle of the desert and hoped it would sprout into a utopia. Ever since they were force-fed to the...

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We Should Remove Confederate Iconography

On August 11, 2017, a group of white supremacists and neo-Nazi terrorists descended on Charlottesville, Virginia to (supposedly) protest the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee. These protests ended with multiple injuries and the death of one counter-protestor. This violence has reignited the debate over what place...

Confederate Statues: Falling Down the Memory Hole

"When one knew that any document was due for destruction, or even when one saw a scrap of waste paper lying about, it was an automatic action to lift the flap of the nearest memory hole and drop it in, whereupon it would be whirled away on a current...

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Pokken Tournament Review: Gotta Fight Them All!

During the time of the Wii U, Nintendo decided to make a new Pokémon game. This wasn't an ordinary Pokémon game but a fighting game that was a collaboration between Nintendo and Bandai. It was called Pokken Tournament. It was first released in 2015 for Japanese arcades, 2016 for...

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Study Skills Part 1: The Students

12:47, the clock reads. Your eyelids are faltering, exhausted from the hours you’ve spent studying for your math test tomorrow. Even after spending countless minutes going over the difference between the cosine and sine functions, you still manage to get the practice problems wrong, all the while your looming theology...

Student Rock-Climbing Sensation

The Chalk-Covered hands of rock-climber Nick Choy reach for the next hand hold. Using every last ounce of strength to beat the wall, he swings his leg upward to the foot space. With one powerful movement, he grabs the last grip, completing the wall. Freshman Nick Choy has been rock-climbing...

Senior Rangers to Play at Collegiate Level

Collegiate sports: the next level of athletics that many incoming college freshmen compete to have a position in. Next fall, six of our very own Jesuit seniors will join the coveted elite that make up collegiate athletics across three sports. Marcus Hill ‘18 has signed to the Air Force Academy...

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