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Chris Artigues '15

Chris Artigues '15
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This past school year, Mr. Michael Reimer, the head of The Yearbook, inquired into a discontinued Jesuit Mission trip. It had been 8 years since Jesuit Dallas had visited Peru, and it would be the summer of 2014 that we would return. Thanks to the hard work and planning of Mr. Reimer, Mr. David Williams, and Mr. Richard Perry, who organized the...
Fighting back from a game down in the playoff series against Rockwall, the Jesuit Baseball team forced a game three, winning the second game of the series in a shutout. Game 3, the deciding game of the series, was scheduled for Saturday, May 10 at Jesuit.   The multiple tweets and Facebook posts calling Jesuit fans to come out and support...
The Jesuit Theater program has been growing and flourishing magnificently for the past couple of years. More money, more participants, more viewers, and greater hype over the Jesuit co-ed theater troop has come to define our acting program as one of the school's greatest successes. This year, however, more than just money has been put into the promising program. As...
Gleaming gold shirts, vociferous vuvuzelas, and enthusiastic fans fill Postell Stadium for an exciting soccer match. This is an unusual sight for soccer, for the sport has never been much of an attention grabber for students and fans. Football is the sport that usually tends to draw the largest crowds of any Jesuit sporting event. But the question is:...
Playing catch, rolling over, and performing tricks, the dogs put on a show for the audience, their magnificence putting the crowd in awe. Some say dogs are man's best friend, but to the Jesuit therapy dog program they are much more than that. Dogs serve as a way to connect to people, no matter who they are or where...
Beaming lights shining down on their faces, the Jesuit JV soccer players step onto the field. It signals the beginning of a new soccer season, the start of something they have all been waiting for. The Marcus Tournament at Marcus High School gives players and fans the first opportunity to gauge how the team will compete in district play. For...
He lives vicariously through himself; his business card simply says, “I’ll call you"; he has won the lifetime achievement award, twice, and even Dr. Degen fears his level of intelligence. Ok, maybe the last one isn't true, but one thing's for sure, Jack Durham is anything but ordinary. The youngest of three, with an older brother in college, and one a...
Tennis is much more than just a sport; it's a lifestyle, demanding dedication both on and off the court. It becomes who you are rather than what you do, a new identity, new passion, new life. No team truly seems to embody this commitment as well as our very own Jesuit Rangers, who strive to be the best they...

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