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Authors Articles by Joseph Buehler '16

Joseph Buehler '16

Joseph Buehler '16
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Jesuit's strong academic programs have always been a defining aspect of school life. This was fully revealed in this year's UIL (Universal Interscholastic League) Academic District Meet, held from April11-12,  in which Jesuit students showed off their intellectual prowess in competitions ranging from English to Math. The Jesuit UIL Academic team competed in Spelling & Vocabulary and Ready Writing, as well...
During each period of the day, students file into Hughes Hall, the lecture hall, or the Terry Center, anticipating what kind of presentation they will see next. With the variety of Pi Day presentations, each with their own distinct topic and personality, students never know what to expect. On March 6th, 2015, students and faculty were given the opportunity to learn...
A defining aspect of a student's senior year at Jesuit is the opportunity to participate in many different retreats that allow seniors to step away from the sometimes stressful tribulations of academics, athletics, and extracurriculars. One of these retreats in particular strikes a chord with many Jesuit seniors: the Kairos retreat. Although underclassmen may simply see the Kairos Retreat as...
"I served, got out of war, and still had both of my legs," said Mr. Mark Wester, a former sergeant in the U.S. Marines. "I have to remind myself that I am leading a normal life while others are not." Remembering the countless U.S. veterans who have served is very important to Mr. Wester, and he is able to...
Here at Jesuit, there is a great emphasis on service towards others, evidenced by Jesuit's motto, "Men for Others." There are a variety of ways Jesuit serves others in the community, such as fundraisers, community service projects, and mission trips. These trips are unique because they allow students to experience firsthand how poverty in today's world affects not only local communities, but...
"Where you go one, you go all." This is a favorite quote of Mr. Dan Lingel, longtime Director of the Jesuit Debate Team and junior counselor. He uses it to emphasize the team aspect of Jesuit's Debate Team, where everyone contributes to the team as a whole. Because of his work for the Debate Team and the Texas Forensic Association...
Last Wednesday, Jesuit hosted its third annual  "Be the Match" Bone Marrow Registry Donor Drive, in which potential bone marrow donors are found and connected to patients in need of a life-saving marrow transplant. Be the Match compiles a database of potential donors of bone marrow to cancer patients. Each year at Jesuit, about 200 students volunteer to be potential donors. Students...
Enduring the strong gusts of wind, the sophomores carried their completed molecular models into the Terry Center last week. The construction of these models is one of the final portions of the annual, sophomore molecule project, assigned by Jesuit’s Chemistry teachers, and taking place over the course of the entire second semester. The annual molecule project has been a part of Jesuit's Chemistry...

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