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Science

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"Hey! Can I borrow your drill (or hot glue gun, or a couple zipties/screws)?" "Are you gonna use this , or do you need it?" "When does this period end?" *bell rings* Amid these commonplace inquisitions, the whirring of drills, cutting of wood, or the occasional (constant) dropping of a hammer, the annual physics Rube Goldberg projects are heard being constructed (God...
Murder, forensics, and the interrogation of possible suspects? Sounds like your typical CSI episode. But no! This is just your regular forensic science class at Jesuit. This year, in Ms. Boyle’s forensic science class, instead of taking a final exam like most classes would, the class had to complete an investigation using their knowledge in forensics. The class’ final was...
Every year, Jesuit welcomes certain new things to its halls. From new teachers to new buildings to new classes, Jesuit does not stay idle during the summer while the students are away. This year was no different as Jesuit welcomed many new additions to the campus, but one of particular note was the new course AP Environmental Science. AP...
Tim Host was just a humble counselor at Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas with a love of Pez. He was a beloved, integral part of admissions as he helped freshmen acclimate to life at Jesuit. He was...until he was murdered in cold blood. Crack teams of forensics agents were tasked with bringing any liable parties to justice. The investigators, seniors in Mrs. Stefanie...
The tall young man fully extends his right arm to the top of the brown pegboard, stabilized by four large brackets to the base of the machine. As he reaches full extension, still shorter than the peg board, the student tenses his right calf, straightens his right ankle by stiffening his toes and rotates on the ball of his...
Does the engineering flowchart fascinate you? Do you like to play with WD-40 or build different projects that utilize the principles of math and science? If so, the Jesuit Engineering Society wants you to join now. On April 9th, the Jesuit Engineering Society (JES) hosted a research booth at the Environmental Education Initiative (EEI) at Fair Park in Dallas with hopes...
Okay. While poison and acid may not have been in there, their molecular structures were. Rows upon rows of styrofoam ball-and-stick models in front of colorful tri-fold poster boards covered the blue carpet, adding up to more than 270 projects total. On April 18th and 19th, sophomore chemistry students displayed their completed molecule projects. Each student was given their own...
“Hands On” What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the words “Engineering Club?" Well, to members of the Jesuit Engineering Society, the first words that come to mind are “Hands On." The Jesuit Engineering Society was started at the beginning of 2013 by students who showed an interest in engineering but couldn’t do any extracurricular activities because of their...

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