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Jason Davis '21, Associate Editor

Jason Davis '21, Associate Editor
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A top-notch athlete has many different characteristics that drive his or her success on the field. Perseverance. Tenacity. Attention to detail. Drive. Character. These qualities take them above and beyond other athletes, allowing them to stand out in front of the crowd under great pressure. E.J. Smith is clearly the perfect example of a top-notch athlete, as shown through his...
Homecooking is a regular theme of the upcoming holidays. Whether it's your mother's favorite cinnamon roll recipe or your father's best stuffing, everyone loves a home-cooked meal. It is often the center of authentic cooking, as if Martha Stewart is inside your own home, combining spices and herbs to make that food just taste right. The Culinary Society had...
As sophomores transition into junior year, they often find themselves taking initiative through their extracurricular activities, for example, leadership groups. There are three leadership groups that juniors can seek membership: PALS, Interact, and Key Club. This past Wednesday, Key Club finished their elections and chose their student officers to lead this school year in their first meeting. President: Luis Osorio "On...
  Source: https://www.express.co.uk/sport/boxing/1202444/KSI-vs-Logan-Paul-2-who-won-STAPLES-Center-Jack-Reiss-Eddie-Hearn-knockdown-boxing-news People all over the world were ready to watch the fight between two of the biggest YouTube personalities in the game. While some actually paid $20 to watch the boxing match, the real hero was the guy who streamed it on Twitch using his glasses' reflection to show the fight to viewers. On Saturday, November 9 at 11...
  Ryan Spickard '21 watches the ball, ready to start a counter attack.  For those of you who have been following my coverage of the intramural soccer campaign, it will come to end. As games finished on Monday, October 28, 2019, the season finally came to a nail-biting close. Which team wins it all? You'll have to read to find out. A...
Jesuit Dallas: a school where boys become men. Men who are Loving; Religious; Intellectually Competent; Physically Fit; and Committed to Working for Justice. These are the Six Profiles of a Jesuit Graduate, these aspects of a man who will be ready to set the world on fire. Here at Jesuit, your son will grow into the man with the...
Cooking bridges the gap between hunger and satisfaction, making them almost inseparable. Cooking is not always about making dishes to nourish our hungry bodies. It serves as an important facet to a planned, special meal where we can share our lives with others. Every month, a small group of students cultivates the difficult culinary craftsmanship skills that elevate a...
The beautiful game. Over a billion people play the game all across the world. Everywhere in the street, you see kids enjoying the game, playing their hearts out on the streets. Students here at Jesuit experience something similar with the intramural soccer league, except in the prestigious Walsh Gym. The three teams competing in the competitive intramural soccer league continued...

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