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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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The date was March 11, 2020, just another regular Jesuit Wednesday. As students sit quietly in their 8th-period class, Dr. Dion comes on the intercom, stopping all activity in the room. "Is what I think going to happen actually going to happen? Are the rumors true?" He announces a potential COVID-19 case with ties to Jesuit Dallas. As a result, the...
Each Wednesday morning, a flood of blue polos enters the Terry Center. There, the senior class meets before heading off to their senior service sites. Often unknown to the rest of the school, each service site is unique and offers different experiences for each senior. On Friday, February 14, with the help of the Campus Ministry Prayer Service team,...
Within the past few weeks, the prayer service team held two consecutive prayers service by the Campus Ministry team, the first about loneliness and the second about community. Joined by several members of the school community, the prayer service team returned on Friday, February 7 with a third prayer service about solidarity. This prayer service had a greater focus on...
On Monday, January 13, Robert Smith, MD, a cardiac surgeon, came to present to Jesuit's Medical Society to explain his path to becoming a successful cardiac surgeon. Dr. Smith is the Vice-Chair of Cardiac Surgery at Baylor Scott and White: The Heart Hospital Plano, where he focuses on the heart team approach to finding treatments of structural heart problems that limit...
"Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way." -Victor Frankel Man's Search For Meaning Students read this quote as they walked into the Terry Center on Friday, January 17 for prayer service. Wanting to deepen the topics typically...
https://youtu.be/GUP246rzAiQ As the sun rises from behind Postell Stadium, lethargic students stumble out of their cars and make the trek over from Anderson Lot. Parents drop off their younger students throughout the school. Teachers rush to their classrooms and offices to ensure everything is for their first class. The spring semester is finally in full swing. The administration found it important...
An integral part of Mexican, Catholic culture, the Virgin of Guadalupe was the image that helped convert thousands of people to Catholicism after the Spaniards abused early Mexican civilizations. Today, the tilma where she appears has been studied by dozens to prove its divine nature. On Thursday, December 12, 2019, Spanish class attended a presentation about the story fo...
On Monday, no students were on the Jesuit campus. Most students slept in, got a late start, and then opened an email from Jesuit with that day's Ignatian Day link. That Friday, November 15, the office of Student Life, creators of the I-Day, upon a concluding prayer service for the I-Day over self-care. Preparing the Prayer Service Before the week of the...

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