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Gino Piamonte '15

Gino Piamonte '15
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Félicitations Sophomores Alejandro Hippolito and Andrew Arraj! The 10th place winners of the National French Contest Gino Piamonte Killing zombies in a video game that uses the French language and studying quizlet cards may not sound like the most effective means of studying , but Sophomores Alejandro Hippolito and Andrew Arraj managed to do so as they won 10th place in the...
Walking through Jesuit the hallways, you might come across two quiet students staring intently at their own iPads in their hands, seemingly not interacting with each other until they simultaneously throw their hands up either in defeat or in victory. There is a great chance that they are playing FIFA '14, one of the most intense, entertaining games you...
Masked men, dressed all in white, come through the Terry Center, lunging at each other, as the tips of swords thrust through the air and impale each masked man. But their pure white suits do not taint with red, as they back up and try again. Only one group of people at Jesuit does this four times a week,...
Standing firm, dressed in white and gold in front of the hundreds of berserk Jesuit fans, the Jesuit male cheerleaders play one of the most significant, underlying roles not only in the life of football games but in their own squad too. Along with the video interviews of Senior male cheerleaders Andrew Arbour '14 and Antonio Gonzalez '14, current...
Preparing for the various exercises and trials, last Tuesday on August 27, 2013, our community’s own thespians got their “act” together as they ascended up the steps center stage to prove their skills in acting. Performing in front of their peers and directors, sixty outgoing and brave students overcame their fears and anxiety to audition for Jesuit’s fall drama...
Did you know that Mr. Blackwell … is a Master Burrito Ambassador and spreads burrito goodness with wild adventures and a zealous devotion to one burrito, one burrito that rules them all? Mr. Blackwell, a senior college counselor has worked at Jesuit for 5 years. He told us his story of how he fell in love with a burrito… Chipotle opened their...
In November of 1992, freshman counselor Mr. Corey Marr became the victim of a drive-by shooting in Richardson. Thankful to live to tell the tale, Mr. Marr shared his traumatic experience, one of suffering, luck, and forgiveness. He was “driving down a road minding own business...late one Saturday night” on a deserted road in Richardson, with his girlfriend and...
The ice rink at the Stars center in Farmers Branch may be cold, but the Jesuit Ranger varsity hockey team was on fire winning their first game with by a score of 8-5 on Thursday, September 27, against the Richardson Rockwall Raiders. As varsity hockey player Vili Lappalainen ’15 said, "This game shows that we have great potential to be...

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