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Authors Articles by Thomas Horton '16

Thomas Horton '16

Thomas Horton '16
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Piles of boxes lay scattered in a messy pile outside the Sophomore Commons. Spirals, books, pencils, pens; all lay atop or beneath a table adorned with a large logo. "Commit!" it reads, with "Our kids. Our tomorrow." under the attention-grabbing exclamation. A closer look reveals the purpose of this display. It's a supply drive. That alone is relatively obvious. The...
3,132,139. According to compete.com, that's how many unique visitors viewed The Dallas Morning News website in July this year, reading articles covering a wide range of topics such as sports, politics, and local news, the topics varying as wildly as the people who write them. One of those writers will soon be Jesuit's very own Sam Betanzos '16. Through the Local Voices program, Betanzos...
"Growing up, my dad always told me—he was a entrepreneur—don't go into business, just be a professional." Apparently you shouldn't always listen to your parents. In a group discussion with the Jesuit Entrepreneurship Club, Mr. David Schnabel opened up to students about his path to success from a student who didn't know what he wanted to do, to an employee at Goldman Sachs, to...
On February 17, a minute before midnight, the defending champion Team 2848 Jesuit All Sparks finalized their "groundbreaking build season as they bagged another tournament robot," according to club moderator Mr. Michael Couvillon. Reflecting on the season, he mentioned that with this year came "a more thorough prototyping process supported by an arsenal of fabrication machinery. The CNC laser...
It's been a big year for the Entrepreneurship Club. After last year's successful run with the belts, president and founder James Schroeder '15, vice president Matthew Favre '16, and the club's moderator Mrs. Dea Ochs have been hard at work, hoping to expand with more guest speakers, activities, and ideas. So far this year, the club has seen the...
The final days of the first semester of the 2014-2015 school year have dwindled away. Freshmen have become comfortable with their new school, months ago losing the "deer in the headlights" look that comes with one's first year of high school. But these young students aren't the only ones who had to acclimate to a new environment. Sometimes overlooked are the...
Walking down the halls or sitting in class, students might not realize that among them are a grou of World Champions. These people aren't seen out on the football field or in the locker room, discussing plays and training. They instead meet in the machine shop to discuss blueprints and programming solutions. This group is Jesuit's World Champion Robotics Team...
The tickets for these events are all gone. Well, there never were any in the first place if we’re being completely honest. But hey, that can’t stop anyone from calling it sold out. What else could I be rambling on about but the next big thing to come out of the Jesuit Athletics program? This new showcase of high octane,...

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