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Authors Articles by Mr. Justin Rubenstein, Managing Editor ’14

Mr. Justin Rubenstein, Managing Editor ’14

Mr. Justin Rubenstein, Managing Editor ’14
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Justin enjoys writing for the school paper because he likes staying caught up with current events around school and the community as well as learning about different people when he goes to interview them. You can find out a lot more about a person if you just dig a little deeper. In his spare time, he enjoys playing with his two dogs and golden retriever puppy, shooting hoops, playing video games, and reading. In college next year, he hopes to start, once again, on his path to either majoring in business or in journalism; He has not yet decided.
One of Jesuit's longest serving faculty members, Ms. Janet Jones, has been named the state's most outstanding science teacher by the Texas Medical Association for her expertise and knowledge in teaching science. After considering 350 nominations and 190 applications, the Texas Medical Association on Friday May 2 presented Ms. Jones  The Ernest and Sarah Butler Award for Excellence in Science teaching in the high...
The bright lights of the Dallas skyline twinkled out for a mere hour soon after the sun set on Saturday March 29th. Blackness overtook the city, but for what cause? Dallas, one of many participants, took part in an annual event known as Earth Hour, an international event raising awareness about our planet. Here in Dallas, between 8:30 and 9:30...
Despite the ice storm that plagued North Texas for a few days, the Rangers still hosted the Jesuit Lacrosse Invitational Tournament on both Saturday and Sunday, February 8 and 9, 2014. Fourteen teams, both Varsity and JV, from in and around North Texas, as well as Jesuit New Orleans, came to Jesuit Dallas to participate in the tournament. Jesuit Varsity scrimmaged...
Not every high school teacher can say that he or she has worked for one of the most prestigious intelligence agencies in the nation or immersed themselves in a new culture for four months in order to find their true calling in life. However, one woman in particular can allude to both. Ms. Stefanie Page, forensics and chemistry teacher,...
En el nombre del Padre, del Hijo y del Espíritu Santo. Amén. (In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, Amen.) On Thursday, December 12th, Campus Ministry hosted a mass that was different from all others in more ways than one. Not only was it on a Thursday, instead of the usual Friday morning, but the Mass...
Unlike Jules Vernes's protagonist in his novel "Around the World in 80 Days," Landon Cooper, the creator of the nationally recognized Miles 2 Give foundation, used only two methods of transportation: four wheel drive and his feet to cover similar ground. Together, alongside two strangers, Cooper ran from San Francisco, California to Ocean City, Maryland in 157 days to...
In the beginning was the word, the word of the people, free to express their thoughts and ideas on paper. Until recently, however, Jesuit transcended from expressing itself on paper to the digital world. And thus, www.jesuitroundup.org was born. During the first two years of its young life, two great men, Robert Uhl '11 and Clark Durham '12, helped...
  Four score and seven years ago, our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation"...  Oops. Wrong introductory statement (clears throat). Three years and a few months ago, our forefathers brought forth to this school a new era, conceived in the wonders of computer technology and expert programming, and dedicated towards sharing the wealth of information embedded both...

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