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Authors Articles by Andrew Brannon '19

Andrew Brannon '19

Andrew Brannon '19
Those of us in Jesuit Stage and Film in the back corner of the school take quite a bit of pride in our work. There is a reason that we bombard all of our friends with requests to come see our performances. But behind this mask of competency and enthusiasm is sheer chaos, especially when it comes to the...
Who is Beto O’Rourke? For many, he is just a name on a sign. The sign isn’t even red, white, and blue so it isn’t immediately apparent that he’s a politician. But he is, and very soon, he could be one of Texas’s senators in Washington, D.C. But who is he really? Well, his campaign website describes him first as a...
(Disclaimer: This is satire) After nine months of arduous labor, that special week once again approaches us. Finals week. The word final comes the Latin “fin,” which means the end or the border, and the Greek “al,” which means through great pain and suffering. Students have spent the entire school year preparing for an hour and a half exam for each...
Cormac McCarthy’s No Country For Old Men is not only my favorite book but also a book I think everyone should read. Although it may not immediately appeal to the majority of readers, as the western genre has become increasingly niche and the story overall has a dark tone, the themes and characters have a profound impact on the...

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