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Recently, the sounds of marbles falling, saws cutting, drills whirring, and people shouting have become an ordinary occurrence in the upstairs B hallway. For roughly the past month, physics students have dedicated hours each day to perfecting their Rube Goldberg Project. The Rube Goldberg Project essentially combines all of the aspects we learned in the second semester of physics...
Scientists shook the academic world today when they released the first photo of a black hole. If you haven't heard about it, it's probably because it coincided with a press release of larger gravity: Jesuit's success at the UIL Academic District Meet. On Friday, March 29, Prosper High School hosted the annual UIL Academic District Meet. Students from schools around...
1:00 pm at DFW Airport on Saturday, March 9. Ten Jesuit Dallas Students, two faculty members, and one Traveling Sousa boarded a Boeing 777-200 bound to Paris, France. After one final goodbye to our families, American and French, the students walked past the iconic wishbone into the line for security, ready for our excellent adventure. Snacking on the quintessential...
A few weeks ago, as you walked into the info commons, several objects caught your eye: a few games, some house models, some statues, shields, tridents, Polyphemus, some mosaics, a bow, and a giant loom. What exactly are these for, you might ask? These are a few works done by Latin students for their Winter Project.   The Art Project The Winter...
“Bon voyage!” Eight French students heard these farewells as they entered the airport in Toulouse, France. The group of students made their way over the pond to our home: Dallas, Texas. Here at Jesuit Dallas, the students greeted them with wonderful signs and smiling faces. Then, they met their host brothers and families that would host them for the next...
3 am.  Sweat dripping down his face, a hard-working Junior labors away at another physics problem set.  Eyes dilated, face winced, he looks with existential dread at the unread pages of the Iliad.  Quiz? Test? Essay? Homework?  For many, sacrificing sleep is simply the price one pays for academic success.  Surely there had to be a better way? Meet Will...
One of the challenges inherent to computer science is balancing the work done by the programmer in writing the code and the work done by the hardware in running the code. For instance, a programmer can write software to find the tenth decimal of pi in a few minutes. However, he could spend more time making the code easier...
After I finished my last exam and went home for the break, I was sitting at home in front of my fireplace screensaver in my room, certainly enjoying the freedom, yet knowing something was missing. Suddenly, it hit me. Christmas is a time to be together and enjoy one another's company, not to hide away from others! So, I...

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