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Authors Articles by Gabriel Skariah '21

Gabriel Skariah '21

Gabriel Skariah '21
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"The great aim of education is not knowledge but action." One of the fundamental aspects of Ignatian education is this focus on acting upon our knowledge. Mr. Redding, one of the theology faculty members, has sought to transform the classroom merely from a learning environment to a place focused on answering God's call to action. To become a Jesuit priest,...
"'The Umbrella Academy' stands out among the countless other superhero series splashed across billboards and your viewing queues." - The Los Angeles Times "The joy of the 'The Umbrella Academy' is that it takes traditional superhero tropes and re-imagines them through a nihilistic, misanthropic lens." - NBC News THINK "It has flaws and excesses, but the series...nonetheless lands in the sweet...
For those who are Christians, it must have been joyous to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ this Easter. However, not for Christians in Sri Lanka as over 300 people have been killed in the country on Sunday. Over the course of the afternoon, three churches and three hotels were attacked by suicide bombers as people celebrated Easter at...
Returning the favor of society can be challenging to many, but not to the Jesuit Debate team. On March 2nd, the Debate Team decided to spend their Saturday serving the community at Conrad High School as a part of the DUDA, the Dallas Urban Debate Alliance, dedicated to bringing debate to underserved schools in DISD. Set-Up As Jesuit debaters arrived at...

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