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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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Authors Articles by Jack Barton '20, Sports Editor

Jack Barton '20, Sports Editor

Jack Barton '20, Sports Editor
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As most of the community prides itself, Jesuit Dallas is a museum, host to intricate art from a multitude of time periods. But not all of its art is professional work; Jesuit has recently showcased student-produced pop-up artwork in the hallways and at Art Quest last Friday, May 2. Pop-Up Artwork Pop-up: noun. a temporary art event, less formal than a...
Despite the cold rain, the runners take off their jackets and approach the track. They all take their marks, placing their hands on the ground and positioning their feet on the angled blocks. Nervous, each runner shifts his body weight to the blocks, ready to torch the track. As soon as the sound of the gun shot penetrates their...
During the 2018-19 wrestling season, Jesuit excelled, capturing many awards, highlighting the dominance exhibited by the team. They competed at a tri-meet against Plano and Argyle, another meet against Rockwall, and followed it up with a strong showing at the UIL district championships, with Coach Menard informing us that the team had “more Regional qualifiers than have had...
Nearing the middle of district play and approaching onto the playoffs, Jesuit's varsity basketball team has continued its dominant play and established itself in first place in the district rankings. A few of the critical games recently played were against some of the hardest competition in the district including McKinney, Plano East, and Plano West. During this stretch, Jesuit...
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...
Shortly after Thursday film session for the varsity football team, Coach Hickman recalled a past experience where he had to do the Soulja Boy dance after his defense put on a shutout. He challenged this years defense, under new defensive coordinator Don Woods, to put up a “goose egg.” This references how the 0 on the scoreboard resembles the shape...
Hosting its annual Sheaner Relays, Jesuit’s own Track and Field team excelled, claiming two victories at the event. The first, by Collin Lark ‘19, was in pole vaulting, capturing the win by eclipsing the 15 foot vault. Collin said the success achieved by his teammates and himself could be credited to the “great coaching staff that always prepared us...
Dominating their district schedule, Jesuit's JV Gold basketball excelled through the 2018 conference games, posting eleven straight wins during their dominant march. Along the way they took on Lake Highlands, W.T. White, J.J Pearce, Berkner, Coppell, and Skyline. Jesuit won most games handsomely, with wins of 63-48 over Richardson, 58-39 against Berkner, 52-42 over a talented and well-coached Lake Highlands,...

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