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Joshua Cobler '16

Joshua Cobler '16
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The gubernatorial race between Attorney General Greg Abbott and State Senator Wendy Davis will come to an end in less than a week. Regardless of who wins, one thing is for certain: this will not be the state of Governor Rick Perry anymore. Both candidates want to take strikingly different paths with the future of Texas, and it is for...
As the November 4 elections inch closer, many issues have been at the forefront of voters' minds, from the economy to national security to healthcare. Most Texans regard one controversy as the most important facing the state and the third most important for the entire country. The issue? Immigration. Immigration is a very intimate and complex issue that affects many Americans, including...
On Tuesday, September 9, Jesuit’s cafeteria, gym, Terry Center, and classrooms transformed. Tables filled with pamphlets and information about 249 colleges from around the country and even outside the country, including schools from France and Switzerland. A tradition for the past three to four decades, Jesuit’s annual College Night has been a great success, attracting more and more students every...
On a bright and sunny day at the end of July, ten students disembarked from a shuttle and onto the sprawling campus of Emory University, ready to search for the dorm rooms they would be staying in. Surrounding them were two thousand other like-minded individuals, excited to be experiencing the annual Junior Classical League convention and putting their studies of Latin, ancient Greek,...
On Sunday, April 6, five teachers, English teacher Mrs. Mary Beth Farrell, math teacher Ms. Patricia Watson, science teacher Dr. Sarah Smith, Campus Ministry director and math teacher Mrs. Gretchen Crowder, and computer science teacher Mr. Matt Trost '95 attempted an impressive feat, running a half-marathon at the Big D Texas Marathon. The half-marathon started in Fair Park, running through several streets in...
He stands at the front of the class, switching back and forth between slides filled with pictures, graphs, and text from places and events around the world.  "This is mind-blowing!" he says, pointing to a chart of demographic growth across history and seamlessly tying it back to the period of history his class is studying before the afternoon bell...
Earlier this month, as the Super Bowl went underway, one ad sparked more controversy than any other: Coca-Cola's. Despite lasting only sixty seconds, a national conversation on the issue of multilingualism and diversity ensued. Disputes broke out on social media. Both conservative and liberal politicians and commentators argued over whether the ad was anti-American or pro-American. Against the will of...
As the clock rolls over to midnight of January 31 and the new lunar year begins, over a billion people worldwide celebrated with fireworks, food, and family. Spanning from various countries across East and Southeast Asia to Chinatowns in Western metropolitan cities like San Francisco and London, the fifteen-day Chinese New Year celebrations hold a lasting impact for those...

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