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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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Trevor Johnson '14

Trevor Johnson '14
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Photographs are all around us. We see them everywhere, on magazine covers, on billboards, in frames. Yet, we hardly ever think about the people who take these photos. Most of us never consider the time, patience, and skill that go into this hobby. Fortunately, there are Jesuit students who appreciate the art of photography. They know from first hand...
One day of the Jesuit school year stands apart from the rest. On this day, champions emerge from ancient Greek sports. On this day, face paint and costumes set the trend. On this day, the parking lot becomes a rodeo. On this day, a great sensational yell rattles the gym. This day, a day like no other, is Ranger...
When most students hear the word “Latin,” they think of just another language course, one more item on the to-do list for graduation. Even worse, some students dismiss the class as useless, believing that no good can come from a dead language. However, such logic could not be further from the truth. Latin serves many practical uses in present...
More than three years ago, I read the Jesuit profile for the first time as I filled out my high school application. While reflecting upon these characteristics of a man for others, I felt confident in my ability to fulfill the ideals of being open to growth, intellectually competent, loving, religious, and committed to social justice. However, one aspect...
Jesuit students may often come across senior Shane McGoldrick as they pass throughout the halls of the school, hastily rushing to carry out their daily routine. From such surface encounters, Shane exemplifies the typical character of a Man for Others through outstanding participation in academics, community service, and Jesuit Theater. Yet, despite all outward appearances, this seemingly typical senior...
When people think of extracurricular activities, fencing is not the first thing that comes to mind and at most schools it is not even an option; however the Jesuit athletic program allows students the rare and unique opportunity to participate in school-organized fencing.   In response to the sport’s rising popularity, Jesuit founded the fencing team and hired the experienced coach...
The intramural soccer program allows Jesuit students the opportunity to participate in a team sport, experience a sense of camaraderie, and release the stress of a long day at school. The idea for intramural soccer was initially proposed by a member of the Executive Intramural Committee Order, a group of students selected to voice the recreational interests of their...
The Alumni Service Corps (ASC), formed in 2009, grants Jesuit alumni the privilege of giving back to their community as a way showing thanks for their Jesuit education. This volunteer program is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that allows graduates to dedicate a year of service after their final year of college. A variety of Jesuit high schools throughout the nation...

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