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Authors Articles by Reed Zimmermann '19, Associate Editor

Reed Zimmermann '19, Associate Editor

Reed Zimmermann '19, Associate Editor
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If you've never done a Sudoku before in your life, this is a good place to start. In this episode I will outline the rules, along with some basic applications. Here is a blank Sudoku puzzle. Things to note: Nine rows (going across) Nine columns (up and down) Nine big boxes (with a darker outline)   Each row, column, and big box...
If you've ever seen a newspaper, or done any logic puzzle in your life, chances are you've seen Sudoku.  That 9 x 9 block where you have to fill in the numbers 1-9. There are plenty of articles on the cognitive benefits of it. When I googled it, Google even suggested I search scholarly articles. So it seams pretty legit...
Sweat - That icky, salty, smelly liquid humans release when under physical duress. There was definitely a lot of it in the Terry Center on February 3, 2018, but that's not the reason for the name. Last Saturday, Jesuit crew hosted the 10th annual Southwest Ergometer Amateur Tournament (S.W.E.A.T.) This indoor regatta (rowing competition) attracted  465 athletes from all over the Southwestern...
They spent countless late nights practicing, tirelessly perfecting their tone, pitch, rhythm, articulations. They worked and worked, and on January 27, it all came together. On January 27, six Jesuit students performed at the Eisemann center as part of TPSMEA’s prestigious All-State Band. November 27 Application deadline. Each student recorded and submitted the two-state etudes. "I didn't feel too nervous because the...
The lights dim. The crowd quiets. The conductor raises his baton as the band, orchestra, and choir begin their final performance of 2017. On December 10th, groups hosted another successful Sounds of the Season concert with selections ranging from Silent Night to the Polar Express. Orchestra director Jane Chambers commented, “I, of course, am very biased, but I think all...
From isolated, diabetic, and depressed, to social, losing weight, and happy: just one example of dramatic patient transformations thanks to Dr. Jamile Ashmore ’88. On October 23, Dr. Ashmore came to talk about this case and his career in psychology to aspiring medical students in the Medical Society. “Dr. Ashmore works as the clinical director at Baylor Scott & White Hospital in...
Music. It’s what has been bringing people together since people have existed, and it’s what brought people together on October 7 in Little Elm, Texas. There, the Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band successfully performed this year’s halftime show “Freedom and Brotherhood.” “It is the judges' feedback that we focus on the most,” began Patricia Orendain, band booster president. “At the Little...
"We did not give up, our defense fought hard but we were not able to win as a team. We'll get our swagger back and beat Richardson!" - kicker Bernie Gonzalez '19. Varsity football lost its first district game against Coppell 41-63. "I thought we didn’t play well in the first quarter then our kids settled in and started to play our...

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