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When graduates look back on their time at Jesuit and the events that formed them into men for others, they surely remember the Junior Retreat and Cross Mass, a time-honored tradition at Jesuit. On March 23, this year’s juniors shared in this valuable experience as they embarked on a journey to become leaders in the community alongside their Jesuit...
Music is universally valued, bringing people together, entertaining them, livening their spirits. For thousands of years, humans have been drawn to the wonder of a good rhythm and beat, realizing the innate value. Through performance or instruction, with a guitar or drum, music has great power and, moreover, a great potential for good. The opportunity to share music with...
To all my juniors out there, we can all agree on this: Junior year is not a particularly "fun" year. Stress and anxiety run rampant, and this is the year when the intensity of those feeling spikes dramatically. It's not even about school, extracurricular activities, personal life, college, but rather juggling everything that's going on and how it affects...
On December 8, 2015, every available Jesuit student strolled into the Terry Center to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, one of the ten Holy Days of Obligation. Father Ron Boudreaux began the Mass by addressing one of the biggest misconceptions that most Catholics still believe: the Immaculate Conception does not celebrate the conception of Jesus Christ, our Lord...
"Übung macht ein Meister." A simple phrase we all hear growing up on sports teams, clubs, and in school.  Your parents have probably said this to you once or twice, that is if you speak German.  So, for all the non-fluent German speakers out there, this phrase literally translates to "practice makes a master or practice makes perfect," according to Reed...
Service is the quintessential aspect of a Jesuit education. Many clubs and organizations at Jesuit are solely dedicated to service. Seniors are even excused from most classes one day each week to serve others. While service is a requirement at Jesuit, this key element can unfortunately be ignored after graduation. Some Jesuit alumni, however, still manage to continue to serve...
At the Creekview Debate Tournament on Saturday, December 10, 2011, Jesuit debate finished with one of their best all-around performances in years, with teams securing first, second, and third place for the Rangers.   The one-day Creekview tournament began with three preliminary debates. After these three debates, the team of Jeff Melsheimer ’14 and Grant VanKirk ’13 had a perfect record...
Photography by Grant Delanoy '19, Holland McQuaid '19, Cristobal deo Oyarzabal '19 It’s October 27th and the starting bell rings, but something seems off? Boys in t-shirts and shorts? No classes? Pep-rally where the seniors dominate in every activity? It can only be Ranger Day 2017. Ranger Day is the one day of the year that everyone gets together to...

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