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On December 7, 2011, Jesuit’s vocally-inclined took time out of their day to brighten the Christmas season for the elderly. The young men of Jesuit Choir, led by music teachers Zane Crownover and Ann Morton, ventured to the St. Joseph’s assisted living home and the Sunrise senior community to spread Christmas cheer through song.  And while the two residences...
Sports at Jesuit are synonymous with success.  In recent years, Jesuit’s varsity soccer, rugby, and crew teams have all won state championships.  Our lacrosse team has made it to the state final, and many other teams have made deep playoff runs.  In addition, our debate team has won the state championship the past two years. Unfortunately, in recent years this...
A couple times each month, the downstairs band hall of the Terry Center plays host to a new Jesuit club. The Beethoven Society is an organization created for connoisseurs of classical music and those who want to learn more about classical music. The club currently consists of 15 members, but is open to anyone who wants to join.  Musical performers, proficient...
This past Saturday, March 5, 2011, several members of the Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band displayed their musical talents at the Texas Private School Music Educator's Association (TPSMEA) Solo & Ensemble competition. The competition featured musicians from private high schools in the “North Region” of Texas, basically anything above Austin. Luckily for the Jesuit instrumentalists, though (and unlucky for those from...
The theme for Jesuit’s Awarefest and Issues Day this year was clean water, a serious problem in the world we live in, even though we may not always see it firsthand. The booths at this year’s festivities included the Environmental Club, Medical Society, 24/7, the Pro-Life Club, the Social Justice Club, Irish Heritage, Interact, and Millions for One, with the...
This Friday, February 18, 2011, Bulls in a China Shop (BICS) will play at the Door, a popular night venue in Deep Ellum. In the final round of a battle of the bands which featured 18 bands, BICS will compete against five other groups for a chance to win $1,000 as well as some much earned recognition and publicity. Consisting...
This past weekend, 100 of the best private school musicians in the state of Texas convened in San Marcos for the annual TPSMEA All-State Band Clinic.  The musicians rehearsed for three days, January 27-29 (Thursday through Saturday of last week), culminating in a concert at Texas State University’s Evans Auditorium on Saturday night. The process of making the band began...
Music undoubtedly plays a tremendous part in the lives of Jesuit students and faculty. Walking through the halls, we see a myriad of speakers attached to an even greater variety of ears. Music pours in through classic white iPod ear buds-- 99 cent are computer lab headphones--and unsightly colossus headsets, bringing to us each individually our personal fix of sonic...

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