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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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Jean-Claude Gaugy’s  painting There is No Death (Il n'y a pas de mort) has become a much-loved often-studied piece in the Jesuit school community. “I have closely observed the piece many times,” says Joe Tom Hood, ’12, “and I believe it shows that Jesus Christ gave his life for our sins.”  Indeed, art and theology classes alike tour the Jesuit...
The One Acts. Every single Jesuit student has heard about them. They seem to be staples of Jesuit life just like sports or academics. Everyone knows about them, but what are the One Acts? The One Acts are a series of productions put on by the Jesuit theatre program.  They can be plays, serious, comedic, or some mix of the...
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...
June 24, notable Jesuit Alumnus Christopher Cantwell '00, the co-creator, executive producer, and writer for the new show Halt and Catch Fire, spoke to Jesuit students who were enrolled in the Film summer course. He recounted his interesting and unique  journey from being a Jesuit theater kid to becoming Hollywood writer and producer. Cantwell explained to the audience that the best way...
In the school’s first year of offering an organized film class, Jesuit also introduced an inaugural film festival. Few people expected such high quality films and judges as the ones that were attracted. However, the judges’ task was far from easy. Not only did they have to whittle down a group of 74 films to 21 for presentation at the...
If I showed you a cartoon of cows holding signs that say “Eat Mor Chikin," what restaurant do you think about? Or if you heard the phrase “We’ll leave the light on for you,” what motel comes to mind? Have you ever stopped to wonder why you gravitate towards a particular product or service? We are all influenced by advertising....
As one foot follows the other throughout the halls of Jesuit, the only repetitions other than the seas of scrambling navy blazers are the walls, the structures of our community that resonate with names of the achieved and artistic masterminds. However, while perusing through the art on the Jesuit campus or reading the Monthly Art Focus, one may falsely...
The crowd listens in awe as the music echoes throughout the room. The air fills with the sounds of the season, ringing vibrantly with joy. The smell of freshly baked cookies coming from the foyer combined with the holiday music reminded everyone that it’s that wonderfully festive time of year again. On Tuesday, December 5th, the Jesuit-Ursuline Ranger Band, along...

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