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Authors Articles by Payton Maher, Managing Editor '13

Payton Maher, Managing Editor '13

Payton Maher, Managing Editor '13
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This past year, the Jesuit Debate Team has seen its share of successes and downfalls. Despite having a "rough" experience, as coach Dr. Tracy McFarland says, at the National Debate Coaches Association Tournament, this young team is looking forward to next year's debate season. Coaching a team with only three graduating seniors this year, Dr. McFarland expressed her optimism for...
A prominent artist in the Dallas Jesuit community and just a senior, Charlie Turano has unveiled his latest work, titled “Rise.” Donated to the Community Service Department, this acrylic painting took Turano almost four months to carefully create, and is the first in the new direction that Turano plans on taking with his art. As the name suggests, this painting...
As the school year draws to a close, so does Rugby’s season. The season, marked by many exciting trips and challenging games, has come to a 4-7 record, with two games left. Head coach Anthony Mattacchione admits this season was “not our most productive season,” mainly due to the fact that the team had to adapt to a team...
Every year, Latin students from all over the Metroplex join together for a day of competition known as the Area C Junior Classical League (JCL) Competition. Garland High School hosted the day-long event this past month, on April 23. Over 800 students from more than 30 different schools in the DFW area participated, with Jesuit being represented by Miss...
It was February 23, 2009, when Admiral Patrick M. Walsh, Vice Chief of Naval Operations,  appeared before reporters at the Pentagon to explain the results of a month-long review of the detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. Situated on a bay that Christopher Columbus described as “broad…with dark water, of unsuspected dimensions,” the Guantanamo Bay Naval Station has served...
With the excitement of Ranger Day filling the air on November 2, Jesuit wants to celebrate the Homecoming game with a pre-game tailgate party. This tailgate, which will be held in the parking lot from 5:30-7:30, will provide students, parents, and alumni with multiple activities and food choices. In past years, Peggy Sue's Barbecue has provided a barbecue dinner in...
As the title translates, “Hard work conquers all,” and that was just the attitude four Jesuit Latin students had as they journeyed to Wake Forest University from July 26-31 for the Junior Classical League (JCL) National Convention. The four students, Jack Hubbard ’15, Patrick Miramontes ’15, Zach Schutze ’15, and Hayden Tompkins ’13, all qualified for the national competition by...
Marking the last time the seniors would congregate with the rest of the student body, the Senior Convocation, held on May 11, 2012, commemorated individual seniors for their dedication to academics, leadership, and community service during their last school-year at Jesuit.   Beginning with the academic and extracurricular achievements, junior counselor Mr. Paul McDaniel gave out the awards for a variety...

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