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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...
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...
For the last fourteen years, Jesuit seniors have taken a Social Justice and Public Policy course in order to reflect on their service every week. Now, however, this class has been upgraded and renamed to the Service and Justice Capstone course. Director of Community Service Mr. Rich Perry, who has the most influence over the material and framework of the class,...
Students fill Hughes Hall and sit shoulder to shoulder on the rustic brown steps as they listen to one of the many Pi Day presentations. On the day before Spring Break, Friday, March 7, Jesuit students experienced a Pi day that was very different from the expected all day event in the Terry Center. This year, in contrast to previous years,...
"Washington, DC is to lying what Wisconsin is to cheese." -comedian/TV personality Dennis Miller "I often say of George Washington that he was one of the few in the whole history of the world who was not carried away by power." -poet Robert Frost "Washington, D.C. is a city filled with people who believe they are important." -The ever-sarcastic reporter David Brinkley Whether it's from the...
While many people do not look forward to the PSAT, some students don’t realize that scoring well on the test may give them scholarships to help pay for their college tuition. The National Merit Scholar Corporation’s goal is to recognize the academically-talented students of the United States and reward them with various nationwide academic scholarship programs.  Some of the scholarship...
"Hey! Can I borrow your drill (or hot glue gun, or a couple zipties/screws)?" "Are you gonna use this , or do you need it?" "When does this period end?" *bell rings* Amid these commonplace inquisitions, the whirring of drills, cutting of wood, or the occasional (constant) dropping of a hammer, the annual physics Rube Goldberg projects are heard being constructed (God...

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