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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...
“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...
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...
Packs of 8th graders swarm through the halls, ambassadors hurry around campus, showing off the cafeteria or weight room to prospective families.  Buckle up, hold on to your hat, (insert another cringy cliché); it's admissions season. With the current Students for Fair Admission vs. Harvard legal controversy, the college admissions process is under scrutiny in the nation's courts.  While college admissions...
People often think of computers as magical boxes that mysteriously format our documents or calculate trigonometric functions. This is not the case. Computers can only follow instructions by taking advantage of the physics of electricity and magnetism. Any task computers perform is physically present on either the hard drive or RAM (Random Access Memory). Essentially, the bottom line is...
As the burdens of the beginning of the school year begin to rest on student’s shoulders, it can be hard to find time to study for the PSAT. For many students, the PSAT is a day off from classes, but for some this test is an invaluable resource to help gauge where they are in terms of standardized tests....
Work it! You can do this! Just one! More! Milliliter of Polydimethylsiloxane? I’ll bet you thought I was gonna say one more rep…. Rising seniors Sean Holden, Kota Ueshima, and Reed Zimmermann got some serious mental workouts in this summer as research interns at UT Southwestern.   These three students participated in the highly competitive STARS research program. Upon acceptance, each student was...
Many have heard the common saying, "He who does not study history is bound to repeat it."  Now, thousands of students across the nation will be robbed the opportunity to learn from the triumphs and tragedies of human civilization. The Changes This June, the College Board announced that the AP World History curriculum would cut out nearly 10,000 years of human...

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