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Authors Articles by Patrick Keyes '19

Patrick Keyes '19

Patrick Keyes '19
The organic chemistry class is a staple of the junior year medical society courses, like the cat dissection and structure function lab.  "The goal of the class is to give students some introduction to the topic before they go off to college,” explained to Mrs. Sanchez. The class acts as a precursor gives insight into one of the most...
Jesuit varsity soccer closed their first set of district games last Wednesday, February 21. They tied a strong Berkner team 1-1 leaving the mighty Rangers with a 3-4-5 record. The game started out very rough for the Rangers, Berkner scored early in the fifteenth minute of the first half to give the rangers a wake up call. However, with some...
Read With Caution, Graphic With the beginning of the new year, the medical society looks to introduce wide-eyed freshman, sophomores, and juniors alike, to the physical wonders of the feline body through a five-week dissection of a domestic cat. The students were given their first glimpse into the upcoming weeks from the moment they walked into the room.  Immediately, their...
Friday Night Life of a Band Member Everybody knows the football team’s routine every Friday night: have a good meal a safe distance from warm-ups, a light warm-up to get loose, a classic encouraging pre-game talk, and then charge onto the field to kick off the game. However, far fewer know the Friday night routine of a band member.  While the...

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