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Authors Articles by Payton Bilgere '19, Associate Editor

Payton Bilgere '19, Associate Editor

Payton Bilgere '19, Associate Editor
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This semester, the Jesuit tennis team brought their all in the second half of their season, with little opposition. The team faced only one defeat in the season's latter half against Highland Park. The Jesuit tennis team started the month of October with an 8-0 sweep against Berkner, with strong showings from Kota Ueshima '19 and Christopher Reynders '18 in...
Sprinting up and down the court, painting the lines with their calculated shots, Jesuit tennis amazed in September, coming out victorious. They left with an undefeated record, winning all seven of their preliminary matches. Treating this first half of the tennis preseason as a trial run, Coach Paul McDaniel has decided to schedule the tougher matches in the spring. This...
Students may initially view the Ignatian Days organized by faculty as just another day off of school, but within the moodle page lies an imperative tool for reflection over the issues of drugs and alcohol. While the subject matter may be an uncomfortable issue to many, Ignatian principles of discernment require these aspects of our morality as Christians to...
Smoked like black pepper sausage, freshman basketball teams across the district are left scratching their heads wondering how to stump Jesuit's star freshman team. At WT White, Jesuit gave the Longhorns no quarter, serving up a 72-17 win. When Berkner and Richardson visited, Jesuit made a strong showing in two closer games, pulling off a 43-38 win against Berkner and...
Determination, time, and dedication are all qualities the Freshman Gold team continues to exhibit. With such a high-quality record, their success is met with expected adulation. They are currently 15-4 and have been playing high-scoring, blowout games. Because of the commitment they put into the sport, the team has been reaping the benefits. At the beginning of the week, Jesuit...
The booming of artillery shells making impact with the unstable, viscous mud, the discordant shrill of trench whistles, and the insufferable gloom encompassed Northern France 100 years ago. Soldiers faced brutal conditions, surrounded by disease and a sense of hopelessness. In this age of modern war, a new advent of military innovation met with outdated, 19th century tactics, which...
Competing in a lively four games in just one week, the freshman basketball team came out on top in their first, with a 6 point win over Mesquite. Then, over the course of a weekend, Jesuit Freshman Gold played 3 back-to-back, heated games against other district teams in a Plano East tournament. Optimistic and ripe with the talent, Jesuit...
October 29th marked the 73rd anniversary of the Jesuit-Ursuline Underclassmen Homecoming Dance, a celebration that has decorated Jesuit's history, though a jitterbug contest would seem out of place at Saturday's sock hop. Students endulged in a stunning Paris-like ambiance this year, as the Jesuit and Ursuline student councils treated the student body to a captivating French theme, graciously accompanied...

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