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When someone suggests going to Harry Hines or Oak Cliff they are often greeted by a grimace or a groan. Ms. Sheryl Row’s senior honors English Seminar class got to see why these areas are fascinating, integral pieces of Dallas culture especially Hispanic culture. Past the clubs, bars and railroad tracks rests Luna’s Tortilla Factory, a family business since...
The April 2011 senior level Forensics class field trip to the Bureau of Printing and Engraving in Fort Worth and the Federal Reserve (the Fed) in Dallas excited all of Ms. Catherine Clayton’s classes. Bus driver Coach Rick Leal unloaded us on the west side of the Federal Reserve. Security is very tight, and no one is allowed to bring...
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...
On Wednesday and Thursday of the past week, February, 23 - 24, 2011, students from Mrs. Mary Beth Farrell’s and Dr. Michael Degen’s Junior AP Literature classes participated in a unique reflection activity about their required reading material, A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. This synthesis activity is known as a News Conference, where about half of the...
Having worked since the beginning of the second semester, the junior class of Jesuit has recently completed their Rube Goldberg project, one of the most important projects of the year. Rube Goldberg was an American cartoonist and inventor who gained popularity for his complex mechanisms that rendered simple results. The history of the Rube Goldberg project started four...
On January 28, 2011, nine Jesuit students were selected to attend the 13th annual Ethics Symposium at the Dallas Bible Church sponsored by the Shelton School.  The goal of the Symposium was to give students insight on the skills necessary to benefit the community. As is the norm for Jesuit students, we arrived ready and eager to start the day...
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...

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