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"Yeah, I'm gonna take my horse to the old town road... I'm gonna ride till I can't no more"- Lil Nas X, 2019 Before Lil Nas X's new single titled "Old Town Road"(a.k.a "I Got the Horses in the Back") hit the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100, it was first taken off the Billboard country charts for...
Writers: Michael Miramontes '18, Caren B. '17 The much-loved movie trilogy “Back to the Future” and its music provided the Jesuit/Ursuline Ranger Band (JURB) with just the right notes to earn first in its division at the recent Classic on the Lake Marching Competition, held in Little Elm.. The addition of props and dancing in the Future show made it a unique challenge...
A few weeks ago, as you walked into the info commons, several objects caught your eye: a few games, some house models, some statues, shields, tridents, Polyphemus, some mosaics, a bow, and a giant loom. What exactly are these for, you might ask? These are a few works done by Latin students for their Winter Project.   The Art Project The Winter...
A room full of spectators, the walls vibrating from the wonderful music, the band prepared to show off all of their hard work throughout the year as the concert began. On May 1, the Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band, Men’s Chorus, the percussion ensemble, and the jazz band performed in the Terry Center for their Spring Concert. This was the...
With a few precise strokes of the brush, the vivid colors appear on the page, one stroke after the other, as the student completes his masterpiece. His piece, representing one of the Stations of the Cross, is part of an art collection to stimulate our reflection during Lent. However, the Fine Arts Department has decided to allow staff to participate...
Jesuit Theater carries a long tradition of exceptional performances. In recent years, Jesuit’s young thespians have delighted audiences with renditions of Twelve Angry Men, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Death of a Salesman, to name a few. However, this year’s fall production takes on added importance for both its subject matter and its connection to Jesuit’s Diversity program. Over...
Trepidation, fear, and anxiety are usually felt when meeting movie stars, with questions regarding what to say or how to act immediately filling one’s head. When meeting Tanner Kalina '10, these feelings are immediately erased with a warm welcome and a pleasant sense of brotherhood that can be felt from a past Jesuit graduate. Starting out acting at the ripe...
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...

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