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Authors Articles by Christopher Wengierski '14

Christopher Wengierski '14

Christopher Wengierski '14
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Born on the 18th day of the 10th month of the year one thousand nine hundred and ninety 5, Chris was immediately given a pen a paper and the title "Writing Prodigy." Know for his unique style, Chris continues to wow people everywhere with his looks and reporting. When not reporting, one can find Chris in the fields of Ireland hunting for 4-leaf clovers.
During the sophomore year of our high school experience, 27 classmates and I applied for and received a spot on the Marine Biology I summer course.  This course, designed by Dr. Todd Gruninger and Assistant Principal Benjamin Kirby, both Jesuit alumni, required two weeks of summer school classes in Dallas and one week of travel to the British Virgin Islands. ...
For over 15 years now, the junior classes of Jesuit have participated in a service project unlike many others in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.  Led by Mr. McDaniel, the junior class guidance counselor, PALS annually orchestrates and executes this service event, known as the CPS Christmas Project. Christian Koejimans ’14 commented on the upcoming event, “Personally, I’m looking forward to...
The Culinary Society, led by Ms. Clayton of the Science Department, is designed to give Jesuit students the opportunity to learn how to cook as well as learn to appreciate cooking as a science and an art. The Culinary Society plans weekly meetings where they discuss foods, cooking techniques, and specific dishes.  Members are encouraged to bring food if they...
The Jesuit Cross Country team has been familiar with winning for years.  Through the tremendous coaching of Bob Molyet and Jonathan Segal, the Jesuit XC team does not hope for awards or medals or titles, they expect them. Andrew Pott ’14 revealed how this attitude pushes the Rangers, “The coaches are what push us to be so great.  I...
Teaching multiple classes, taking care of a family at home, and attending online classes to earn a Ph. D make for an exhausting day for anyone. Add to this rigorous schedule an avid following of the Kansas University basketball team and a constant testing of new technology, Benjamin Kirby has had a full plate in his previous years as...
“Congratulations.  You are the Texas State Champions.” Any Jesuit athlete, from any sport, from any background, and from any year in high school, yearns to hear these words.  Ultimately, this phrase inspires our Jesuit Ranger athletes to work their hardest every day.  Nonetheless, this phrase can come after a season of dominance or a season of luck.  This phrase, to...
Earlier this spring, the Jesuit Ranger crew team took part in the San Diego Crew Classic on March 31, 2012, along with 17 other teams from across the nation.  This rowing tournament featured teams from different clubs and high schools across the country. Coach John Fife, along with his Varsity 8 boat, left for San Diego, California, on March 29,...

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