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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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The National Spanish Examination is an online, standard assessment tool for students in grades six through twelve, given voluntarily by over 3800 teachers throughout the United States “to measure proficiency and achievement of students who are studying Spanish as a second language,” explains the NSE’s mission statement. From 1957 until 2005, the National Spanish Examinations were administered in a paper and pencil format;...
Akos: Over the weeks before and during Spring Break 2011, Akos Furton (’12), Matt Tiritilli (’13), and Ryan Adams (’13) traveled to France to participate in a cultural immersion program. The three students all stayed with families in Lille, a major city in the northern region of France. We went to school for two weeks, taking classes in French to improve our...
If you have walked past the Foreign Language commons during the past week, you will have seen the beautiful display the French Honors society set up to prepare the Jesuit campus for the Christmas season. On the display are various symbols which represent traditional French Christmas traditions. The poinsettias are a worldwide symbol of Christmas. On the display is also...
On December 6th, the freshman classes of Madame Marchand captured the aspects of Saint Nicholas Day, a special holiday in Northern Europe in the hearts of many European children, by celebrating an exciting Monday with candy-filled shoes outside the classroom door. Madame Marchand, reflecting on this special occasion, said, “It brings me back to my upbringing in Belgium because it...
On November 16, the honors and regular French 3 classes departed on a field trip to take in the French art at the Dallas Museum of Art.  Before going to the museum, the students took a short detour to La Madeleine, feasting on fine French food and dining as they chose. It was quite a sight to see about 30...
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...

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