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Technology is a beautiful thing. Think about it, when don't you use technology during the day? Whether it’s browsing http://espn.go.com/ to check the latest stats and updates on the Mavs, logging onto moodle to see what the week’s homework looks like, or sending your friend a Snapchat during your lunch period, technology is used daily by almost everyone. However, as...
Just this past Wednesday, the 6th of April, the class of 2018 embarked on a trip to Camp Copass for a memorable experience with their Jesuit brothers. There were many students and faculty members that spoke to the crowd about a variety of different things. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Mr. Ortiz, Mr. Ornelas, and even Coach Hill were some...
When graduates look back on their time at Jesuit and the events that formed them into men for others, they surely remember the Junior Retreat and Cross Mass, a time-honored tradition at Jesuit. On March 23, this year’s juniors shared in this valuable experience as they embarked on a journey to become leaders in the community alongside their Jesuit...
Imagine a typical Saturday morning at Jesuit. Vacant hallways, empty parking lots, dark classrooms, and sweet silence. Now throw that all out the window because on Saturday, October 3rd, Jesuit was packed with counselors, faculty, upperclassmen, and hundreds of noisy freshmen, all gathered together for the 2015 Freshmen Retreat. Unbeknownst to many, the Freshman Retreat actually began one and half...
One of the many, many benefits of attending Jesuit College Preparatory is the opportunity to go on a retreat every year with classmates. To begin their Jesuit careers, all students first attend the Freshman Retreat in which they discover the school-wide spiritual community at Jesuit. Next, near the end of their sophomore year, students go on the Midpoint Retreat...
A defining aspect of a student's senior year at Jesuit is the opportunity to participate in many different retreats that allow seniors to step away from the sometimes stressful tribulations of academics, athletics, and extracurriculars. One of these retreats in particular strikes a chord with many Jesuit seniors: the Kairos retreat. Although underclassmen may simply see the Kairos Retreat as...
The sophomore class entered their retreat blind, unaware of how they would spend their next eight hours. Most sophomores shuffled out of their cars early in the morning, expecting another day filled with team building activities and sleep-inducing lectures. These negative expectations seemed to be coming true, as the final bus arrived late. Needless to say, there was a lot...

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