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Authors Articles by Silas Hartman '20

Silas Hartman '20

Silas Hartman '20
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His mind racing, Senior Parker Towns grabs the black pen and signs the paper. Though this signature may seem insignificant, it opens up a whole new chapter in his life - his dreams of playing football come true. Parker is just one of four athletes who signed to play their respective sports in college, along with Seniors Jack Tabor,...
Research by Jack Barton '20 With countless hours of practice weekly, the Jesuit wrestling team prepares for the most important part of any team's season: the playoffs. With numerous successes during the month of January, the team hopes to win it all this year in the postseason. During the month of January, the Jesuit Wrestling team competed in several tournaments and...
With blood splatter everywhere, with open wounds all over the body, a despicable murder has taken place on the Jesuit campus. But who could commit such an atrocious crime? That is what the students enrolled in Mrs. Boyle’s forensics science course are trying to find out this December. By combining their knowledge of fingerprinting, decomposition, DNA analysis, and other...
  Though growing up and having a full-time job may seem far off to some students, students in the Entrepreneurship Club are preparing for the future by learning how to have an entrepreneurial mindset to better equip themselves for situations in the real world. On Thursday, October 12, Mr. John Holloran, the President and CEO of the National Center for Dispute...
Nearly scraping the Arctic circle and only miles away from Russia, sunny skies and frigid temperatures characterize, Bethel, a conglomeration of towns in southwest Alaska which service about 75 running fishing villages that range up to 4 or 5 hours upriver. As the ninth-most populous city in Alaska, with just over 6,300 people, this may seem like an unordinary...

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