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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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Mr. Seth Waits, graduate of the class of 2001, language department head, president of the Jesuit Dallas Museum Trustees Board, and father of three, can now add "published author" to his repertoire with the release of his new book, With the Current, Against the Odds.  The thrilling book tells the story of a trio of recent college graduates tackling the 262...
Citizens of Paris and Catholics around the world lament the destruction of the Notre-Dame Cathedral. A massive fire devastated the 856-year-old symbol of beauty and history at 6:30 p.m., destroying two-thirds of the wooden roof and iconic spire over the course of five hours. https://youtu.be/rcGjykjs2Kk Faculty Reaction Madam Julie Richard "Disbelief. Shock. Sadness. We were just there, walking through the sacred space, in awe...
This past Saturday was hectic for Jesuit's Class of 2020. Dozens took the ACT early Saturday morning, then spent the rest of the day getting ready for prom the same evening. This frenzy was only amplified for Will Florer '20, who represented Jesuit at the UIL Regional Ready Writing competition Saturday as well. Not only did Florer compete in this...
Scientists shook the academic world today when they released the first photo of a black hole. If you haven't heard about it, it's probably because it coincided with a press release of larger gravity: Jesuit's success at the UIL Academic District Meet. On Friday, March 29, Prosper High School hosted the annual UIL Academic District Meet. Students from schools around...
When you walk down the halls of Jesuit, you can immediately pick out the tennis players. They're simply a different breed: more athletic, intelligent, and handsome than their peers. To top it off, their clout has been elevated by early success their spring season. The spring tennis season consists of both tournaments and matches on a weekly basis. Jesuit typically sends...
December 15, 2018, the day Stanford's early action decision would be emailed to the 8000 students around the United States. Brad has been grinding since 3rd grade to earn a spot in the Stanford Class of 2023: serving as student body president, publishing scientific research, and curing two different types of cancer. Yet when he checked the decision on...
12:16, Monday afternoon. The sixth-period bell rings, and junior Thomas Cluck races down the breezeway, hustling to secure a spot toward the front of the cafeteria line. As he sprints past the senior courtyard, he ignores his surrounds and hones his focus on the prize of warm chicken and rice. He approaches the entrance of the empty cafeteria, nothing...
"To give and not to count the cost" comes straight from St. Ignatius of Loyola's Prayer for Generosity. Jesuit strives to cultivate this desire of service without reward within each of its students. One student who has answered this call to service is Sam Henrion '21, the Jesuit sophomore who built a "Little Library" for The Notre Dame School this past...

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