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This past summer marked a momentous stepping-stone in the newly founded Engineering Society's history. The members of the club began not 1, not 2, but 3 Summer Projects. The 1st of which is one that will hopefully be around Jesuit for many years to come: a scale model of Jesuit’s campus. In preparation for accomplishing this tremendous feat, the Engineering...
The famous freshman bug project, an event listed under “Traditions” on the Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas Wikipedia page, was just completed last Monday, May 6th, as 280 freshmen turned in their projects. The collection, the most well-known event among freshmen, has a rich history, having existed for over 30 years. Chase Ryan ’16, a student of Mr. Bob Lanier’s...
The mission of the Personal Enrichment Grant (PEG) Program is to assist professional educators in their quest to refresh, renew, and explore their professional and/or individual interests and passions. Personal Enrichment Grants offer the opportunity for an educational experience to Jesuit faculty members. PEGs offer enrichment in three different categories: growth in the ministry of education, training in a particular...
When thinking of the structural integrity of a toothpick, the first thing that comes to mind is their tendency to break easily. Hence the phrase “snap like a toothpick” means to effortlessly break something, such as when a frustrated slugger breaks a baseball bat over his knee. It seems unlikely, therefore, that a bridge built solely of toothpicks could...
If you happened to pass by the foreign language commons a couple of weeks ago, you might have noticed the colorful and elaborate altar celebrating Dia de los Muertos or “Day of the Dead.” For those of you unsure about what that is, it can best be summed up as a holiday that occurs on the second of November and...
On May 12, 2017, the glistening eyes of the of the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors watched the Seniors march into the Terry Center as the entire student body of 2017 gathered for the last time. After the Seniors marched in, Mr. Garrison stepped on stage and called the congregation to worship, thus inaugurating the Senior Convocation of 2017. The...
The bell rings, and another one of Mr. Profitt's World History AP (WHAP) classes begins. Some students take out their notebooks, apathetically scribbling down words and broad ideas. However, some students in the back corner seem to be paying more attention than others. Taking detailed notes, the students furiously scribble in their journal, taking note of all Mr. Profitt...

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