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Authors Articles by Joshua Cobler '16

Joshua Cobler '16

Joshua Cobler '16
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5BPfRHX1SE After this year’s Super Bowl performance, a curious development occurred following the halftime performance featuring Coldplay, Bruno Mars, and Beyoncé: outrage. It seems that Beyoncé’s new song, “Formation,” has gotten a different type of notoriety than her previous releases, and the content, message, and performance of her song has elicited outrage among certain sectors of the public. Some of...
Hillary Clinton. That name alone elicits strong reactions from people all over the political spectrum, with universal disgust on the right, enthusiastic support from the center-left, and disappointment from the far left. But by the end of the day, on November 8, 2016, it'll most likely be her name on the ballot getting tens of millions of votes—and she may very well...
For some, the allure of "playing doctor" as a child never really went away. With its myriad of members, the Medical Society has had a significant impact on campus, becoming a home for the many Jesuit students interested in going from "playing doctor" to becoming one. This next year, the Medical Society has an exciting host of plans and new opportunities...
Every few seconds, the monotonous machines connected to his body would emit another high-pitched burst of sound. Beep. Beep. Beep. As he tossed and turned in the uncomfortable hospital bed, more of his fine, silky, black hair fell onto the pillows, a constant reminder that, for the second time, his trials and tribulations were very real. Today was a...
The Jesuit Swimming team won big this season,  placing fifth at state, taking home a key win over Highland Park at district and celebrating Junior Brendan Feehery's State Championship in the 200 individual medley. At the UIL District 9-6A Meet in late January, Jesuit pulled off a close one-point victory over rival Highland Park, Jesuit’s first win at districts in many...
The Jesuit swimming team had a strong showing at the Highland Park meet last week, even defeating rival school Highland Park at the event. “It was pretty notable to beat Highland Park because they’ve got their strongest boys team in years and they’re our district opponents,” said head swimming coach Doug Moyse. “We’re gaining momentum at the right time.” Jesuit swimmers...
“The whole point of feminism is being equal and the playing field being equal.” — Michele Elchlepp, Theology Department Co-Chair “I guess my question is, if feminist is the negative, what would be the positive?” — Anne Blackford, Mathematics Department Co-Chair “At its core, the question to ask is ‘do you believe in equal rights?’ If you do, you believe in...
The Jesuit debate team ended the first semester strong, shining at tournaments around the city, state, and country. In mid-November, Jesuit debate team members showed the national competition their will to win and continue succeeding at Glenbrooks High School in Chicago. At the Glenbrooks tournament, the team of Adam Wiechman ’15 and Bennett Harrison ’15 won five of their debates...

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