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Chinese culture is one rich in traditions, and, due largely to the addition of Chinese to Jesuit's language options, the culture has begun to grow in popularity at Jesuit. With Chinese New Year being the most widely-celebrated holiday in China, it would only be appropriate to celebrate it. This year marked Jesuit's first Chinese New Year celebration, with hopefully many more to come. Ms....
This year at Jesuit there have been many new exciting additions and changes.  One of which is the incorporation of the Mandarin Chinese class being taught by Ms. Margaret Rodriguez. While it is Ms. Rodriguez's first year teaching at Jesuit, she is very excited to start and develop the Mandarin course while also teaching an English II class. For years, introducing a...
Félicitations Sophomores Alejandro Hippolito and Andrew Arraj! The 10th place winners of the National French Contest Gino Piamonte Killing zombies in a video game that uses the French language and studying quizlet cards may not sound like the most effective means of studying , but Sophomores Alejandro Hippolito and Andrew Arraj managed to do so as they won 10th place in the...
Latin, French and Spanish have been the only language courses offered at Jesuit for over twenty years. Fortunately, for many incoming freshmen, there will be a new language course added, Mandarin Chinese. As early as last year, the heads of the Language Department, Mr. Seth Waits and Ms. Jody Klickman started discussing adding Mandarin, and this fall that will become...
Over the weekend of March 1st, twenty-four Jesuit students competed for the first time in the Fête Française, a French competition hosted by Plano Senior High. Winning four awards*, Jesuit’s first attendance can be deemed a success, especially considering the competition. With over five hundred students coming from thirty different schools, the newcomers were up against plenty of seasoned...
A day when departed souls are said to return to earth, the Day of the Dead is a truly mystical holiday. Family members and friends, anticipating the return of the deceased, place out things such as flowers, food, and drinks to make their ancestors comfortable when they arrive. Also, the family members construct altars to honor these passing spirits, typically...
When most students hear the word “Latin,” they think of just another language course, one more item on the to-do list for graduation. Even worse, some students dismiss the class as useless, believing that no good can come from a dead language. However, such logic could not be further from the truth. Latin serves many practical uses in present...
Tired, nervous, and still adjusting to their surroundings after only 36 hours in the United States, 8 French exchange students settled into their new environment, Jesuit College Prep. This was just the beginning of the two weeks of the “American way of life” that these high-schoolers would experience at Jesuit, going to classes, doing community service, and socializing during the...

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