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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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Jason Myers ’14

Jason Myers ’14
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On May 2, 2014, Jesuit faculty and staff gathered at the Frontiers of Flight Museum for the annual Faculty Awards banquet honoring those members of the Jesuit community who over the past year and their entire jesuit careers exhibited excellence in furthering the mission of Jesuit education. Sponsored by The Jesuit Foundation and hosted by the Jesuit Parents' Executive...
For all seniors, most juniors, and some sophomores, the SAT presents a daunting challenge. At least it used to. With college admissions rapidly becoming one of the most competitive yet convoluted and sometimes unfair processes that high schoolers have to go through, standardized testing has attained an immense level of importance. However, despite all the tutoring, preparation, and worry...
In a previous piece, I explored some of the sacrifices made by families of Jesuit staffers who are their household's sole breadwinner. While that group of male faculty members whose wives stay at home represent an increasingly rare family arrangement, another group represents the growing norm in today's society: the working mother. For these female faculty members, balancing work...
At Jesuit, diversity is something that students and faculty cherish. Oftentimes diversity is thought of strictly in a racial or ethnic light, when there are many facets to what exactly makes Jesuit a diverse place. One of those elements is family composition and whether it is a single working parent, two working parents, divorced, or separated, the way that...
At the end of their sophomore year, students are given the opportunity to sign up for leadership positions in various community service organizations that they will be able to participate in for the rest of their Jesuit career. One of these organizations is the Key Club, an organization that has recently been given a new look through its Jesuit...
All Jesuit students know the feeling of anticipation as they shuffle through their mail during the spring of their 8th grade year. They have taken the ISEE, they have received letters of recommendation, they have completed interviews, they have sent in their middle school transcripts. It's hard to imagine a more stressful process for these hopeful young teens, and...
During his time at Jesuit, Father Postell affected the lives of everyone he worked with, giving his whole self to this school and its students. That's why this past Friday, August 30th, Jesuit commemorated his years of service by naming the new stadium, Postell Stadium, in his honor. "It's been a long time coming," says President Mike Earsing about how...
Jesuit Crew recently has its best performance ever at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta in Philadelphia last weekend. A momentous occasion for the Ranger Crew program, the regatta is the oldest and largest high school regatta in the country and this year featured over 5,000 rowers, 1,000 boats, and around 200 high schools. In all three events that the crew...

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