Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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Authors Articles by Jack Corrales '20, Managing Editor

Jack Corrales '20, Managing Editor

Jack Corrales '20, Managing Editor
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It's been a splendid two years for Jesuit bowling. 20-0 over the past two years, two district and one regional title, and a state qualification. But this year, it's different. A senior class of seven and a spunky sophomore, most of which have bowled for three years on the team, are finally to take it all. It's their last...
It's been a tradition for the past few years for Be The Match to visit with the graduating senior class at Jesuit. While they couldn't do their usual presentation due to current circumstances, a large video call online was able to get the same message across to the seniors. Ursuline seniors also joined the call as everyone gathered to...
Recently, in a group chat, the subject of best fast food was brought up. While opinions differed on that front, eventually comparisons between Chick-Fil-A, a beloved Jesuit snack, and Raising Canes were brought up. As a connoisseur of both establishments, I didn't really see how any discussion was needed. But, as the argument extended, it was made clear that...
The traditional path of most NBA players is to get recruited after a very successful high school and college career. There, they'll continue their basketball career. Depending on their skills and development, they may be good enough to advance to the next level. After playing in college, an NBA team or affiliate might sign a player. Then they'll be...
It's 7 AM on a Friday. The grade check is at 4 PM. All grades have to be above 70 to be eligible for extracurricular activities. An important day for any student. But, for the bowling team and Matthew Vincent, this day is that much more important; this eligibility applies for the next three weeks, including the final match...
Coming off a very mediocre and disappointing season with a final record of 8-8, the Cowboys had some changes to make in the offseason. The first was made with hiring Coach Mike McCarthy. A few free agents were picked up, and some current players, like Amari Cooper, received new contracts. The most exciting event of the year for the...
Quarantine has freed up time for many people, as most practices, games, meetings, and other events have been canceled or postponed. Of course, with this free time, there's only one thing to do: stream. Users have fled to Hulu, Disney+, YouTube, and a variety of other sites in record numbers to keep themselves entertained. But, this review isn't about...
All-Star games aren't known for being very interesting to watch in nearly any sport. While the best in the world are out on the court, field, rink, or arena, they generally aren't trying their best. And you really can't blame them for that. If I was at the top of my game and making millions of dollars a year,...

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