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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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Beginning in the same fashion as the two before it, on Thursday morning, May 23, 2019, Dr. Ben Kirby called the Jesuit community together to celebrate and honor the accomplishments of the classes of 2021 and 2022. After an opening prayer by Father Wally Sydney, S.J. and a reading by Mrs. Michelle Williams, Mr. Tim Host rose to the stage...
It's the beginning of 4th-period lunch and many hungry students wait to be given permission to get food. Before the students, however, the faculty is allowed to fill their plates. The food served to them is a product of what we all know as SAGE Dining Services. The faculty of Jesuit has been eating from SAGE for a whole...
The year is 2012. Mr. Nielson steps up to his piano, takes a deep breath, then lets his genius flow out through his melodic piano tune: "Sr. Paco tiene mandatos: de-este-vaya-sepa-sea." Connor Kerl '15 sings along to the jingle in his Honors Spanish II class at Jesuit, helping him understand the Spanish subjunctive mood. Seven years later, he graduated from...
Can poetry matter? It depends on who you ask. While the English department would respond with a resounding yes, Jesuit's student body might take an opposing stance. If you ask renowned American poet Dana Gioia, he will respond with a provocative essay dubbed “undoubtedly one of the most important American books of poetry criticism of the last 50 years."...
The 4th-period bell rings and the tables in the cafeteria are instantly filled with students chatting away, joking, and laughing. Soon, they are signaled that they may get food. In a flash, each and every station is packed with hungry students and teachers. The food served at these stations is the product of the dining service we all know...
His elbows already bruised by the hard wooden floor, Cooper Herndon ‘20 hesitates to dive for the incoming ball. He knows he can save it, but he does not want to sacrifice his body again to make a play. With a sudden instinct, he quickly dives for the ball, making his elbows bloody, but he successfully saves the play,...
Following Jesuit Hockey's impressive victory in the state championship game, the team competed in four games, including one game in the city playoffs, in the lead up to the national hockey championship. The Rangers won one game and endured three narrow losses over the course of late January and early February. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8Pqjr1Iuz8 On January 31, the Rangers played against Coppell High...
It’s 3 am. Nine Jesuit students, five medical professionals, Mr. Von, and Mrs. Sanchez all stumble into DFW airport. With them, they each carry at least one, black, 50-pound supplies bag along with a bag for their personal belongings. Ten hours later, the group lands in Guatemala City. They wait for Mr. Von to go through immigration and customs...

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