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The green, rich turf adorns the field underneath a cloudy, soothing sky. The jet black shoes worn by 80 students taking their positions glide over the blades of grass. Forming a perfectly symmetrical circle directly centerfield, the band's members hold a position of attention, awaiting the orders of their drum majors. The crowd silent, a percussion pattern mimicking the...
Imagine the aftermath of your high school graduation. It's a frightening thought, unless you've already gone through it. Now pretend that you attend college for a short time, and then you're suddenly whisked away to Hollywood by Jessica Simpson's dad. After some hustle, you become a star. MTV follows your every movement. You have a hit single on the...
As some of the unsung heroes of the Masses at Jesuit, Men's Chorus members, along with practicing on many mornings and afternoons every week, arrive early in the morning, one Friday out of every month to help get the ball rolling before the Mass. About an hour and thirty minutes prior to the event, the boys gather in the...
Practice. Repeat. Exercise. Repeat. More Practice. Familiar to most, to become great at something requires dedication, hard work, time, and effort. Jesuit students particularly are aware of this, for most athletic practices of any sport consist of repeating drills and plays over and over, and then learning something new to be repeated. It’s this type of determination that creates...
Every Wednesday, the Jesuit senior class disperses throughout the area to serve the community: from homeless shelters to hospitals, from schools to soup kitchens; the choices are innumerable. One group of musicians travels to retirement homes just to make music. But is musical performance really service? What is service? According to Merriam-Webster, service is simply a helpful act - an...
Ah, Ranger Day, the most anticipated day of the Jesuit school year. As always, Ranger Day presents an opportunity for Jesuit students to showcase their musical skills and talents. This year, there were five performances: The Undecided, Martin Flores, The Water Coolers, Benito Buksh, and Inwood. These DJs and bands made it worthwhile for the students to endure the cold...
Jesuit’s profile of The Graduate at Graduation highlights six important traits that all students ought to espouse in their four years: a Jesuit grad should be open to growth, physically fit, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to social justice. Our school sets itself apart from both secular and other Catholic schools by placing a heavy emphasis on social...
As students walk from activity to activity, they pause as a they hear a DJ going wild in front of the Terry Center, intrigued to the point that their desire to play dodgeball or their desire to steal a hotdog vanishes. Like bees to a flower, they flock to the beat of the music, gathering as a crowd, the...

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