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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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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...
The roaring engines fired up to full potential. The Airbus quickly gains speed as it zooms across the runway, gradually lifting its front wheel from the tarmac. The plane finally lifts off and disappears into the bright blue sky as it heads towards Italy. The Jesuit students watched as their Italian friends returned home. Four months later, on March 11,...
Freshly brewed tea being ceremoniously poured and drank, dumplings preparing in a steamer, sweetened rice cakes being munched on by hungry students, and an assortment of other cultural foods rapidly being consumed, students gathered together to celebrate the Lunar New Year. The Jesuit Chinese Club has been putting on a Lunar New Year annually going on several years now in...
Since the reign of the Roman Empire, the culturally rich Italy has had a profound impact on Western Civilization. From the food we eat, to the language we speak, Italian influence is ever-prominent in today’s world. This year is the first year that Jesuit Dallas Latin students participated in an exchange program with students from Istituto Leone XIII, a Jesuit...
As the bell rings to signify the start of parent teacher conferences, the slender English teacher shoves his round silver framed spectacles back onto his nose, opens the large mahogany door, and invites the middle aged Latino parents into the empty class room. Shy smiles barely show across the parents' faces, and their eyes widen with a frozen look in...
Some might think that you have to travel across half of a country and a massive ocean to East Asia in order to experience China's unique culture. However, similar experiences sometimes lay right around the corner from you. Jesuit's Mandarin Chinese students recently trekked across the metroplex to a Chinese supermarket called 99 Ranch. Mandarin instructor Mrs. Margaret Rodriguez commented on...
The 6th period bell echoes throughout the halls of Jesuit as a sea of boisterous students surges towards the cafeteria. Following in their wake, teachers quietly drift through the cafeteria and into the faculty commons, leaving behind a rowdy world of English, and entering the new, tranquil world of Spanish less than ten feet away. Mrs. Klickman, a Spanish...
Every year, Jesuit sends its students on a myriad of trips throughout the Americas, from summer government classes in Washington D.C. to service trips in Nicaragua and Peru, and even Marine Biology expeditions to the British Virgin Isles. A new offering this summer will take Jesuit students out of the Americas, and on to a place unventured by past...

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