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Previously, I showcased my working versions of my two characters to see if anyone was interested in the modeling/rigging/skinning workflow, and I saw enough interest to justify another article. I intentionally left out sculpting, complex character design, and animation, which I will cover here. (I will still be exclusively using free, open source, or student licensed software. The staples are...
Tasting the creamy sauce, Rajeev Shiwach ‘19 deems that the chicken tikka masala needs more flavor. He asks his grandmother to add some more salt and spices into the dish as he garnishes the chicken with fresh cilantro. Shiwach is not just making this Indian dish for fun; rather, he is working on his US History project, in which he...
With blood splatter everywhere, with open wounds all over the body, a despicable murder has taken place on the Jesuit campus. But who could commit such an atrocious crime? That is what the students enrolled in Mrs. Boyle’s forensics science course are trying to find out this December. By combining their knowledge of fingerprinting, decomposition, DNA analysis, and other...
How does an I-day address social issues within our school and abroad? I-days have been much improved since their debut last year, and on October 18th and November 15th, the Jesuit community took a day off to participate in the first two Ignatian Days (I-Day) of the year organized by the Jesuit faculty. This year, however, brought notable changes to the...
From October 22 to November 4, 11 students from Leo XIII, a Jesuit high school in Milan, Italy, stayed with 11 students from Jesuit Dallas. While they were here, they attended classes and experienced our city and our school through Ranger Day, the homecoming game against Lake Highlands, a Mavs game, and a tour of SMU. The Italians participating in...
  Photography by Katie Kinsley Intellectually Competent- One of the six profile items of a Jesuit graduate, and, many would argue, the most important of the six.  Jesuit is known for the incredible academics it provides, however, this academic dominance oftentimes is overshadowed by the success of sports and extracurricular activities that occupy a wide variety of Jesuit students’ time.  Two...
Boasting 125 active participants, Jesuit Dallas College Preparatory School's Medical Society prepares to begin this year's round of meetings and clinical rotations. Medical Society, which is open to students of all grade levels, offers monthly meetings that zero in on skills within various medical fields. In addition, the program offers juniors the ability to participate in a clinical rotation program...
New to Jesuit seniors in the fall of the 2017 school year are the three new Catholic Social Teaching courses: Environmental Justice, Peace and Conflict, and Economic Justice. Each class offers different topics on current issues. Mr. Parker, who teaches Catholic Social Teaching: Peace and Conflict explains why Jesuit started these new theology courses; “Environment, Economics and Conflict are at...

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