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      Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham announced that the hearing to consider the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to serve as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States will begin October 12, 2020. A slight majority of American voters oppose the Senate holding confirmation hearings for Barrett, though opposition has eased since Trump announced his...
      Jesuit's Cross Country team dashed through the finish line this week with a second place triumph at both North Texas XC Circuit Meet number 3 at North Lakes Park and at the JV-tri meet at Wakeland High School. North Texas XC Circuit Number 3 at North Lakes Park Result's Jesuit managed to finish in second place in both JV and varsity...
      A couple of weeks ago, Mr. Garrison announced his plan for both cohorts to return to in-person learning. This news stirred up a variety of reactions, with some people optimistic and others worried. However, with the first day now complete, I decided to gather a handful of faculty and student opinions on how they felt the first day went. What...
      Standing on the baseline with a tennis ball in hand, Jonathan Ardoin '21 prepares to unleash a mighty shot to his opponent on a bright and sunny day. Jonathan swings and rips a forehand crosscourt, just out of the reach of his opponent.88This past week, on September 17th, 2020 the tennis team began its fall campaign with a well-fought...
      The last day to register to vote in Texas is Oct. 5. The last day to request a ballot to vote by mail is Oct. 23. Early voting starts on Oct. 13 and ends Oct. 30. John Cornyn and MJ Hegar's race is competitive in Texas, yet they maintain a low profile compared to 2018's Senate contest. Incumbent John Cornyn...
      Food is instrumental to the functioning of the brain because it needs the nourishment to focus and do work. In fact, despite all this, not every kid in America has easy access to food that gives them the nutrition to play sports or even do well in school. For some of us, it's an easy walk to our fridge;...
      The Jesuit hockey teams had a blast in their 3 games in the Leveling Tournament, as both teams got off to a great start in their preseason tourney. Tournaments like these really help them learn from each other's mistakes without it affecting their record. With this rather promising start, I believe that this will be a good year for...
      Carson has embraced his role as a leader at Jesuit. He is a senior service site ambassador working at Chance’s Pie Shop, freshman big brother, freshman retreat leader, and member of the Spanish Honor Society. Carson, who volunteered to help with new teacher orientation and is very active in scouting, he spent the past two weekends volunteering to help...

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