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Authors Articles by Trey Ashmore '20, News Editor

Trey Ashmore '20, News Editor

Trey Ashmore '20, News Editor
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Yes. You read the title correctly. You may be thinking: How is this possible? What could they possibly have done? Quarter-zip sweaters have been added to Jesuit's dress code. And who do we have to thank? None other than Jesuit's STUCO. No longer will the student body suffer through sub-70 degree temperature without protection. Upper and underclassmen alike can now...
The first nurse elected to Congress. The first woman in Texas to lead a major house committee. The first African American woman elected to public office from Dallas. She breaks barriers, she sets precedents, she is Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson. Congresswoman Johnson renewed her seat representing the 30th Congressional District  Tuesday, November 7th, collecting 91.1% of the district’s vote in...
It's that time of year again. The temperature has dropped below 70 degrees. Mariah Carey has dominated radio stations everywhere. And Toyotathon is on. To quote Charlie Brown, "Christmas time is here." The spirit of Christmas radiates from the student body as students frantically cram for the last round of tests before finals. But beyond the academic frenzy, Jesuit is devoted...
Jesuit Dallas is a unique place. No other school in the area manufactures a culture quite like this school's, a community bound by faith and brotherhood. And there's no better way to celebrate this community than Jesuit's annual Ranger Day. Ranger Day is a school-wide celebration the morning of the homecoming game. Jesuit's campus teems with amusement as Jesuit and Ursuline...
Coke vs. Pepsi. Big Mac vs. Whopper. Jesuit vs. ESD. All fundamental rivalries that have a clear winner: Pepsi will always trump Coke, the Big Mac will always crush the Whopper, and the final goes without being said. Sometimes, the answer isn't so obvious. Consider the great INTERACT vs. PALS debate. Both junior service organizations work to achieve the MAGIS...
When a teacher reads the roster to take attendance on the first day of school, there’s a pretty high chance he/she will butcher someone’s name down the line. The teacher doesn’t mean any harm in pronouncing the student’s name wrong, but when the student doesn’t correct the teacher, the mispronounced name becomes theirs for the rest of the year. Iran...
On the first day of AP World History, the wise Kbrom Yohannes mandated the first rule of the class as respect: respecting our classmates, respecting our teacher, and respecting the prompt. Respecting the prompt indirectly requires a level of respect for the entity that developed the prompt: the College Board. I’m thankful that AP exams are administered in May...
Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily Life is but a dream   Crew must not have been a sport when this nursery rhyme was written. The poem could not have been further from the truth for the Jesuit Dallas Crew experience at the national Stotesbury Cup Regatta. On May 18, Jesuit sent 3 boats to this high-profile regatta...

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