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Tall shelves lined the average walls of a short-ceilinged room. "Googly eyes," "hot glue," "pipe cleaners," "acrylics;" the bins piled up as far as they reached. However, all lay dormant with the light switch off, patiently awaiting the children to brightly rush in with cheers of jubilation, an surge in artistic creativity. In addition, though inanimate, the materials emitted...
“All in favor say ‘Aye!’” screams TSJCL President Hunter. “Ayyeee!” roars the crowd. “All opposed say ‘nay!’” says the President. “Nayyyyy!” answers the same crowd. “Meeting... Adjourned.” As hundreds of Texas students rush out of the gym, it is safe to say the annual JCL state competition had begun. This two-day event included competitions that range in difficulty from Latin...
We sat down with Fr. Hooks and Mr. Lugo to learn about the life of a Jesuit and to ask them some questions about their lives, their time at Jesuit, and their future.
Tapping his foot on the floor, Brandon Vergel ‘20 quickly reviews the points in his head. About to give a TED talk to hundreds of strangers, Brandon begins to calm himself down. When the announcer calls his name, he confidently walks on the stage, and delivers an amazing speech. This scene is what students in the TED-Ed club are working...
Most people relax, go on vacation, or play video games over the summer. However, for the Jesuit All Sparks, it’s a different story. This summer, Jesuit’s robotics team has been hard at work competing in off-season events and coming up with ideas for next year’s robot. The team competed in two tournaments over the summer: the Texas Robot Invitational...
"Before my name was called, my heart was rapidly beating and I could feel the blood rushing throughout my entire body. I was so nervous that I might not receive the honor because I really wanted it and I put all I could into the essay for the application. Also, as I sat there hearing the amount of the...
Every year, the Catholic Foundation awards a Work of Heart Award whose sole purpose is “to recognize the teachers, administrators, and staff of Catholic lower, middle, and high schools in the Diocese of Dallas.” One of this year's winners includes Mark Knize, Assistant Principal of Student Affairs. Whether standing in the cafeteria, relaxing in his office, or just sitting on...

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