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Authors Articles by Sergio Lopez-Elizondo, '21

Sergio Lopez-Elizondo, '21

For the past month and a half, the Theatre Arts class has been practicing and preparing to perform their comedic play TOC TOC. Before the play began, the Director, Mr. Acevedo, addressed the crowd and gave a little background on the actual name of the play. He mentioned that there exists a mental disorder called Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD....
300 students, 6 buses, 1 camp, what could go wrong… Not much really, except a wonderful and insightful retreat. On April 3, 2019, the Class of 2021 embarked to Camp Copass for the annual Sophomore retreat, where they spent the day reflecting on their relationships with others through the lens of Ignatian spirituality. The Retreat Begins The Sophomores began to arrive at...
"It was a team effort--and that is the important things," Coach Koch, Jesuit athletic director and organizer of Jesuit's role in collecting 10,441lbs. A five-ton elephant lingered outside of Walsh gym last week. Well not really, but Jesuit did manage to raise 5 tons of food in just one week!  January 28th-February 1st, Jesuit teamed up area Catholic high schools  to...

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