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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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After I finished my last exam and went home for the break, I was sitting at home in front of my fireplace screensaver in my room, certainly enjoying the freedom, yet knowing something was missing. Suddenly, it hit me. Christmas is a time to be together and enjoy one another's company, not to hide away from others! So, I...
On March 11, 2011, the day before Spring Break, Jesuit students and faculty took time out of their daily scheduled classes to celebrate Pi Day. No, not a celebration of the delicious dessert almost everybody loves, although there is widespread eating of pie on Pi Day, but a holiday commemorating the mathematical constant of pi ( ∏ ), which...
Donning their best poker faces, the students in Mrs. Bean and Mrs. Mattachione’s statistics classes have bluffed, called, and raised their way to victory. In a brand new classroom activity, these two statistics teachers have been hoping to teach the seniors in their classes about probability by constructing a casino in their classrooms. Attempting to have a very real and...
Flying high over the plains, gliding smoothly in the thin air, the dark Harris's hawk looks across the landscape for its next meal. With unparalleled vision and speed, this predatory bird rules the skies. At the top of the food chain, not threatened by any other animal, the hawk travels serenely. Darting its beady yellow eyes to the right...
During each period of the day, students file into Hughes Hall, the lecture hall, or the Terry Center, anticipating what kind of presentation they will see next. With the variety of Pi Day presentations, each with their own distinct topic and personality, students never know what to expect. On March 6th, 2015, students and faculty were given the opportunity to learn...
Students file into the Terry Center, quickly sitting at the round tables that fill the room, eagerly wondering about the topic of the impending presentation. Each period of the day hosts a unique presentation, which never fails to surprise and entice the audience. On March 18th, students and faculty members alike celebrated arguably the most important mathematical day of the year,...
Jesuit is a place of intellectual growth. While some people enter their freshman year disliking math, many come to enjoy it by senior year. Moving from algebra 1 and in some cases all the way up to calculus, the Jesuit graduate will see a wide variety of math in his four years. Although many consider math to be confined...
As students from all grade levels cluster together in the B-hallway with merely a pencil and a calculator, Mr. Billingham, calculus and trigonometry teacher at Jesuit, attempts to direct the bulk of students from all grade levels who hope to take the TXML Contest. The Texas Math League Contest, or TXML contest, is a 6-question mathematics exam distributed every two...

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