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Flying high over the plains, gliding smoothly in the thin air, the dark Harris's hawk looks across the landscape for its next meal. With unparalleled vision and speed, this predatory bird rules the skies. At the top of the food chain, not threatened by any other animal, the hawk travels serenely. Darting its beady yellow eyes to the right...
During the sophomore year of our high school experience, 27 classmates and I applied for and received a spot on the Marine Biology I summer course.  This course, designed by Dr. Todd Gruninger and Assistant Principal Benjamin Kirby, both Jesuit alumni, required two weeks of summer school classes in Dallas and one week of travel to the British Virgin Islands. ...
At 3:30 PM on Thursday, March 10, 2011, the Jesuit faculty met in Hughes Hall for an important announcement. As teachers processed in, the hall was abuzz with anticipation of the announcement of the new principal from Jesuit’s current principal and incoming president, Mr. Michael Earsing. Teachers hung on Mr. Earsing’s every word as he thanked the principal search committee for their...
ex dx = ex + C  Help! Among the many valuable resources available to students at Jesuit, the math lab may be one of the most unique and beneficial tools that, when taken advantage of, guarantees a significant boost along the path of absorbing and comprehending content from any mathematical subject you may be currently learning. The Jesuit Math Lab is...
The nervous freshman, dressed in khakis with a blue nametag, shuffles down the hallway, trying his best to avoid eye contact with any upperclassman and concentrating on his upcoming interview with the student council moderator. This young man hopes to impress the moderator, using his ideas to gain votes needed to win the election. The Jesuit student council program welcomed...
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...
A great way to start off the New Year, the annual Hotcake Hustle establishes a foundation for good health and vitality. At the run in Addison, participants can enjoy a fun run, 5k, or 10k. All proceeds go to Run Project and Addison’s Midday Rotary Foundation. Run Project seeks to “bring together those who love to race, those who want...
The news came as a surprise to many that keep up with current hip-hop when producer Metro Boomin announced his retirement from hip-hop via Instagram in April of 2018. It was unclear as to why the decision had been made by the BET award-winning “Producer of the Year” of 2016 and 2017 and consequently left many asking themselves the same...

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