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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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Ethereal colors storm into the great frame as six boys can be seen chasing the storm of their youth. Accompanying this travel are the great blue prints for bowls of color and beauty, lipped and specked like nature's intent. These three pieces, Lightning Field by Lee N. Smith, Tiger Basket with Black Lip wrap and Green & Red Basket...
Article written with the assistance of Jacqueline A. '16, Ursuline Bear Facts Albert Einstein presses firmly on his brown, suede fedora, preventing the cap from flying off his head as he dashes through the courtyard between the A and B hallways. He races ahead of other vivid characters, including Pablo Picasso, Elvis Presley, and other patrons of the Lapin Agile,...
Preparing for the various exercises and trials, last Tuesday on August 27, 2013, our community’s own thespians got their “act” together as they ascended up the steps center stage to prove their skills in acting. Performing in front of their peers and directors, sixty outgoing and brave students overcame their fears and anxiety to audition for Jesuit’s fall drama...
https://youtu.be/pc91jH0RnTo On Sunday, April 22, Jesuit's Men's Chorus performed the Star Spangled Banner in front thousands of spectators. This marks the second time Men's Chorus has performed at Globe Life Park on Jesuit Family Day. They did a wonderful job and hopefully we shall see them again next year!
Two weeks of band camp in the summer. Five 7 a.m. rehearsals each week. Private lessons. Pass-offs. After-school sectionals. The Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band (JURB) has been busy preparing for their two October marching contests at Little Elm Athletic Complex and Legacy Christian Academy.  The Little Elm Classic on the Lake took place on Oct. 12. Jesuit has participated for...
Comedy.  Whoever controls this, controls the world.  Harnessing the power to make people laugh as well as reduce them to tears, the act of crafting true comedic art is only possessed by a select few. Appropriately, the outstanding writing, acting and directing in the 2016 One Acts exhibited some of this beautiful comedic art from the heart of Jesuit...
Over 300 guests attended ArtQuest in November. The event included 48 pieces of art donated by artists, as well as class projects, autographed pictures, and much more. Several art contest winners’ works were displayed as well. For the ArtQuest Juried Show, a featured event in which artists enter pieces of work to be juried by a committee, Sharon Neel-Bagley’s “Arabella”...
“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” In this proverb, Edgar Degas, a famous 18th century French artist, explains that the true beauty of art is found not in the visual appeal of a work, but rather in the messages it conveys or in the revelations it elicits. Art uniquely affects each individual who views...

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