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Cameron Kerl '13

Cameron Kerl '13
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The Jesuit Medical Society, which originated around 2000 courtesy of Mrs. Jan Jones (current freshmen biology teacher) and Mrs. Linda Messer (a former Jesuit teacher), organized its first mission trip in 2002, then to El Salvador. This first trip only happened due to the work of Dr. Michael Tolle ’82, a student of Mrs. Jones in 1978 who asked...
For the fourth consecutive year, Jesuit is hosting exchange students from Mexico, allowing them to attempt to experience the United States at a brother Jesuit school. The group of five exchange students will be attending classes like all other students from Jesuit Dallas, hoping to experience a taste of the Jesuit brotherhood. Championed by Mike Earsing, Tom Garrison, Jesuit Conselors,...
December assessments are never a hit for Jesuit students. And because of this, I wanted to get a deeper look – via a student opinion poll – at the dreaded December assessments. Methodology To conduct this poll in a method that avoided potential and probable skews, I decided to get 20 students from each of the four grade levels; and in...
College is not just expensive; it is ridiculously expensive. The price of attending college, particularly four-year private institutions (with emphasis on the elite schools like Harvard, Princeton, Yale and so on) and out-of-state public institutions, is outpacing both the average American family’s income and inflation. In fact, Gordon Wadsworth, President of Financial Aid Information Services at Moody Publishers, points...
After the launch of the iPhone 4S last October, some consumers were feeling rather disappointed in Apple’s iconic smartphone. This sentiment was largely felt due to a lack of exterior changes. Of course, the iPhone 4S received a dual core A5 chip, a much improved (and some even claim the best ever) 8 megapixel camera, a witty and helpful...
We know how to recognize these young men with those famous nametags, but who really is the freshman class of 2016 and what do the school’s administrators and teachers think of the class as a whole? The first six weeks are in the books for Jesuit’s freshmen class of 2016. For some, it’s been a rather easy transition with many...
Day 7: Community + Waves It’s the last day of dry Cocoa Puffs for breakfast. The people of Nicaragua look forward to playing some football (no, not American football – this is Central America.) With that into account, today will partially be a day of football with the Nicaraguans living in Rincon De Garcia. After the excruciatingly long bus ride, I...
Day 3: Let the Work Begin It’s work day – work day in the community. Today is the first day I truly immerse myself into the Nicaraguan culture and local population. Another 7:00 AM wakeup call and another excruciatingly long bus ride awaits. We finally arrive at our destination, Rincon De Garcia. I find my group shortly after devouring my lunch. With...

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