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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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This past summer, Ms. Hunt-Blanc and the Jesuit Dallas Museum acquired seven new amazing pieces of art. These new acquisitions belong to a variety of artists and many different styles. Considering that seven brand new pieces were added to the Jesuit Museum this year, I will only be covering three of these pieces in this article. Ted Kincaid  The first of...
All photographs provided by Mr. Joe Howard of The Last Roundup “So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” - F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel, tells the story of Jay Gatsby, a self made millionaire, who passionately pursues Daisy Buchanan. Nick Carraway, a young newcomer to long island, is...
Eyes filled with determination, the Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band (JURB) took the field by storm, the soldiers marching into the stadium as they dazzled the judges with the resounding echo of rich, melodious music. JURB delivered a powerful performance at the 2019 TPSMEA (Texas Private School Music Educators Association) State Marching Contest on October 26, 2019. The band presented its show...
From behind came whispers of chatter among the actors from Jesuit and Ursuline. Awaiting for the show to begin, his chest began beating more rapid and louder as the curtains drawback and the lights flood the stage. Remembering his queue, and taking his first few steps, his heel echos against the stage. Watching for the actor’s first move, the...
This year, the Jesuit Dallas Museum has been blessed with a very special piece of art from an anonymous donor. This piece named Gone but not Forgotten: Sha Sha 2017 by Sedrick Huckaby was originally supposed to be in the Smithsonian. Instead it was sent to Jesuit before being shipped to the Smithsonian for the "Kinship" exhibit in 2021. Background Sedrick...
On September 12th, the famous Bill DeOre exhibit opened in the Jesuit Dallas Museum. Bill DeOre graduated in 1965 from Jesuit. He has spent 34 years as an artist, art director, and most notably as an editorial and sports columnist and cartoonist for The Dallas Morning News. You can learn more about Bill DeOre in Connor Thomas '18 article that...
Photography by Ben Levis '21 and Sam Levis '21.   Walking out into the center of the stage, the spotlight gleams into the auditioners' eyes. The aroma of the director’s fifth cup of coffee dancing in the air. The auditioners heart beats in his chest louder than the Jesuit's band. The actor's eyes reflect against the light as blood surges towards...
If you wanted to waste anywhere from $30-$80 this weekend, you would've gone to see either Rascal Flatts or Young Thug and Trippie Redd in concert this weekend. If you wanted to witness real high-quality entertainment, you would've gone to Jesuit's open mic day. This past Friday, August 30 was the first open mic day of the 2019-2020 school year....

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