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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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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...
Two inches of green. That’s the only thing standing between Senior Luke Harrison and the end of his 4 year Jesuit golf career. The countless hours, weeks, years of practice all come down to these 2 inches. He squats down to be eye-level with the ball. He channels his inner Happy Gilmore and starts yelling at the ball. Nothing....
Wednesday, November 9, 2016: the day millions of Americans woke up to their Twitter feeds, news providers, neighbors, and parents bombarding them with the news that Donald Trump would be the 45th president of the United States. Millions of Americans invested the past 18 months of their lives following the election, and it had now all culminated with this...
Many measure one’s eminence through their legacy: their impact on the community and the number of lives touched during their time on earth. By these standards, Reverend Charles A. Leininger, SJ surely lives among the greats. His 76 years in the Jesuit order have been replete with helping others and working to make his community a better place. Jesuit Formation Novitiate After completing...
Daniel Van Amerongen ‘18 closes his eyes and flares his nostrils, breathing slowly in and out. He downs another scoop of strawberry pre-workout powder. Teammate Emmet Halm ‘19 forcefully slaps his back and screams into his right ear. Adrenaline pulses through Van Amerongen’s veins as he channels his inner Ryan Brooks '16. He powders his hands with an abundance...
Many compare a child to a fresh slab of clay: both are easily molded by external factors. Among these influences, the fathers hold one of the most significant roles in the lives of their children. Fathers not only serve the purpose of making horrible jokes but also function as role models for their sons and daughters. They teach their children...

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