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Authors Articles by Nate Thompson '16

Nate Thompson '16

Nate Thompson '16
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The traditions and activities surrounding prom are always a great experience. What's not to love about getting dressed up in a hot tuxedo and take pictures for an hour before congregating on a crowded dance floor. Prom is always bound to be a fun night filled with memorable experiences. The 2015 prom was the first for the 2016 class, whereas the...
Chinese culture is one rich in traditions, and, due largely to the addition of Chinese to Jesuit's language options, the culture has begun to grow in popularity at Jesuit. With Chinese New Year being the most widely-celebrated holiday in China, it would only be appropriate to celebrate it. This year marked Jesuit's first Chinese New Year celebration, with hopefully many more to come. Ms....
The Commit, or Commit to Dallas, program is one that lives up to its name. With its Jesuit association only being a small aspect of the program’s reach, Commit is a city-wide organization that focuses on educational intervention equity, educational justice, and educational intervention strategies. Commit has only been at Jesuit for two years, but the program as a whole...
It’s that time of the year again, when tacky sweaters are the main choice of attire and Christmas music can be heard everywhere you go. Christmas music is the easiest way to spread joy and cheer during the season of giving, and that is exactly what the choir did on December 3rd. This is the fifth year that the...
Odds are, if a DISD student wishes to learn about debate, they will attend the DISD Learning Debate, a workshop designed to teach middle school students the basics of the intellectual sport. This is the second year for the workshop, and it is flourishing, with eleven schools and around 200 kids participating. Dr. McFarland, who is a member of a...
Tabletop games are not your traditional board games, such as checkers, Monopoly, and Candy Land; they include games such as Munchkin, Magic, War Hammer, and War Machine, which allow for more unique experiences, like painting your own figurine, adding more depth to the game itself. Jesuit's new Tabletop Club allows for students who have an interest or desire to learn...
This semester marks the fifth year of the ASC program at Jesuit, bringing back previous graduates to serve, enjoy, and lead in the Jesuit community. So far, there have been 18 members, present and previous, involved in the ASC program. “Five of eighteen have stayed to become full-time teachers,” says Mr. Fitzsimmons '76, senior guidance counselor and leader of the...
The Jesuit Special Games is a place for people of all ages and abilities to compete and have fun. Mr. Rich Perry says that he was “thrilled” with this years games held on May 8 and that it was the “most well executed, planned games has ever had.” He added, “The seniors were amazing,” and they “owned ...

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