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Brass gleaming, fingers perched for the first note, all eyes focused on the conductor, the Jesuit-Ursuline Ranger Band prepares to begin its annual Christmas Concert. The band played various carols and arrangements for a Jesuit crowd on Tuesday, December 9th. Accompanied by the Jesuit Men's Chorus, the musicians combined for a total of ten songs throughout the night. From Sousa arrangements...
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A fairly young Jesuit Band excelled at the TPSMEA State Marching Competition last week, earning the title of “Superior,” the best score, which came as no surprise to the always-impressive Jesuit band. One reason for this much better score after slightly lower marks at the Little Elm Classic on the Lake may be due to the fact that it is...
Music is a means of expressing emotion and passion. Whether it be The Fray’s tragic How to Save a Life or  IZ’s dreamy Somewhere over the Rainbow, music can exhibit love and excitement and grief and despair in a way that no other art form can, with a story of chords, melodious and dissonant, that sound straight to your...
Over one hundred new art pieces, inspired by Picasso, join Jesuit's permanent museum collection. Throughout October, Mr. Howard organized his 3rd student exhibition, made up of pieces from student artists in Drawing I, 2D Design, AP Drawing, Ceramics. The exhibition, called La Exibicíon: A Tribute to Picasso, runs from November 6 to the 24th and showcases the work of 96...
Do you find yourself unable to sit through a typical play lasting multiple hours? Is your attention span too short for these dragged out productions? If so, the Jesuit One Acts may be for you!   The Jesuit Theater Department recently completed the One Acts, one of their largest productions of the fall semester. The series of short, one act plays...
"CHAAAAAAAAARGE!" cried Theodore Roosevelt as he stormed up the notorious San Juan Hill with his band of Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War. This decisive maneuver marked one of the bloodiest battles of the war, but ultimately ended with an American victory, making it one of the most famous battles of the Spanish-American War. But this isn't a commemorative documentary...
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...

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