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Authors Articles by Joseph Parks '16

Joseph Parks '16

Joseph Parks '16
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Even when college football is predictable, it's unpredictable. Last season, with the featuring of the inaugural College Football Playoff, all four of the teams that made the playoffs began the season in the top five of the AP Poll. However, as usual, the way the season played out was unforeseeable. The Ohio State Buckeyes, the 2014 National Champions, relied...
In the school’s first year of offering an organized film class, Jesuit also introduced an inaugural film festival. Few people expected such high quality films and judges as the ones that were attracted. However, the judges’ task was far from easy. Not only did they have to whittle down a group of 74 films to 21 for presentation at the...
With 18 varsity sports already available, it was difficult to think that Jesuit could add yet another. It was also difficult to believe that this team would place second in the State Championship, but it did just that. Just two weeks before the first tournament, Athletic Director Steve Koch instituted an inaugural volleyball team. Coaches Timothy Howard and Austin Nevitt...
The goal had been clear since day one: win District. However, this ambition was not taken lightly. It was enforced by the track and field seniors, who were anxiously anticipating a fourth straight district championship, one for every year they attended Jesuit. Before they could bask in the glory of victory, though, the athletes had to sacrifice their Easter Breaks to...
Returning home from the Texas A&M Invitational, Coach Doug Robinson and the Jesuit Track and Field Team experienced a roller coaster of a season. After participating in the Trojan Invitational and the Texas Tech Indoor Meet, the athletes received an unexpected respite in March as two meets were cancelled due to snow: the Coppell and Plano Invitationals. However, the athletes performed...
On Wednesday, March 25th, members of the Jesuit Engineering Society ventured over to the UT Southwestern Medical School as part of a field trip sponsored by the STARS, or Student Teacher Access to Resources at Southwestern, program. Students were granted the opportunity to listen to two guest lectures, both presenters working as postdoctoral fellows at the medical school, and...
Sport is best known for producing “Where were you when ______?” moments. Where were you when Christian Laettner hit a game-winning buzzer beater against Kentucky? Where were you when VCU completed an improbable Final Four run? Even recently, where were you when Dayton’s Vee Sanford scored a layup to knock off sixth seed Ohio State? Well, I can answer...
While most students spent their Christmas break catching up on sleep or traveling on vacation, the members of the Jesuit Track Team were hard at work, preparing for the first meet of the season. An extremely competitive and challenging competition, the Texas A&M High School Indoor Classic gathers a broad range of schools, bringing together some of the best athletes...

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