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On January 16th, thousands of generous people gathered in Dallas for a pro-life rally in hopes of saving all of God's children. In Dallas,  North Texans came together to, as the organization said, "Speak LIFE to this present darkness." This year's Roe Memorial Mass took place at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in downtown Dallas with thousands in attendance to...
For natives of the 21st century, the milieu of the 1950’s likely seems strange and foreign. The fastest car of the day, the Ford Thunderbird, hit maximum speeds of 75 miles per hour, low-speed by today’s standards; drivers paid a tantalizingly low 18 cents for a gallon of gasoline; and, probably most shocking of all to a present-day observer,...
Read With Caution, Graphic With the beginning of the new year, the medical society looks to introduce wide-eyed freshman, sophomores, and juniors alike, to the physical wonders of the feline body through a five-week dissection of a domestic cat. The students were given their first glimpse into the upcoming weeks from the moment they walked into the room.  Immediately, their...
And the winner is…….Michael Scott. As the Presidential election came to a close, the peaking interest in the Jesuit community, specifically the freshmen, is about their new class president, Michael Scott, elected October 30, 2012. The freshmen presidential candidates had to go through several steps in order to run in the election. First, each had to fill out an application and...
Standing firm, dressed in white and gold in front of the hundreds of berserk Jesuit fans, the Jesuit male cheerleaders play one of the most significant, underlying roles not only in the life of football games but in their own squad too. Along with the video interviews of Senior male cheerleaders Andrew Arbour '14 and Antonio Gonzalez '14, current...
Background Daniel Dion was raised in Bolton, Connecticut in 1980, attending the local East Catholic High School. He graduated from East Catholic in 1999 and attended Boston College. He received a Bachelor’s of the Arts in Theology and Philosophy from Boston College in 2003, later extending his higher education to receive a Master of Theological Studies from the Harvard Divinity...
"Where you go one, you go all." This is a favorite quote of Mr. Dan Lingel, longtime Director of the Jesuit Debate Team and junior counselor. He uses it to emphasize the team aspect of Jesuit's Debate Team, where everyone contributes to the team as a whole. Because of his work for the Debate Team and the Texas Forensic Association...
Perhaps unbeknownst to the student body, many teachers take graduate classes during the school year and also over the summer. Many of these teachers take exhausting 3 hour night classes all over the DFW area once a week so that they can get their masters’ degree. All of the teachers concurred that it was difficult to balance the workload of...

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