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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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For almost all Jesuit students, the idea of senior year connotes a lot of freedom and privileges. Many underclassmen look at the seniors playing Spikeball in the Senior Courtyard or sitting through three straight free periods, and long for those benefits. Well, they now have something else to be jealous of. Mr. Dion, during this past Wednesday's (January 24, 2020)...
"Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way." -Victor Frankel Man's Search For Meaning Students read this quote as they walked into the Terry Center on Friday, January 17 for prayer service. Wanting to deepen the topics typically...
https://youtu.be/GUP246rzAiQ As the sun rises from behind Postell Stadium, lethargic students stumble out of their cars and make the trek over from Anderson Lot. Parents drop off their younger students throughout the school. Teachers rush to their classrooms and offices to ensure everything is for their first class. The spring semester is finally in full swing. The administration found it important...
I'm sure you've seen the large hole next to the parking lot. It's hard to miss with all the construction workers and equipment around. Rumors have been flying all around about this structure that will eventually become the new natatorium, and not much has been said on the matter. However, that changes today as The Roundup describes the plans...
An integral part of Mexican, Catholic culture, the Virgin of Guadalupe was the image that helped convert thousands of people to Catholicism after the Spaniards abused early Mexican civilizations. Today, the tilma where she appears has been studied by dozens to prove its divine nature. On Thursday, December 12, 2019, Spanish class attended a presentation about the story fo...
All images courtesy of Alejandro Mejorado ‘21 Eager vendors filled the Jesuit parking lot as several students helped them carry in multitudes of boxes. Children enthusiastic about meeting the lovable Santa flooded Hughes Hall in hopes of snagging a quick picture. You may have wondered what all the fuss and commotion was about. Indeed, it was none other than Jesuit’s...
On Monday, no students were on the Jesuit campus. Most students slept in, got a late start, and then opened an email from Jesuit with that day's Ignatian Day link. That Friday, November 15, the office of Student Life, creators of the I-Day, upon a concluding prayer service for the I-Day over self-care. Preparing the Prayer Service Before the week of the...
You're in the middle of your game, match, or meet. Your chest heaves up and down as you gasp for air. Thoughts about quitting rush though your mind but are suddenly stopped by words of encouragement from the sidelines. You glance over and see your coach screaming your way: "Stay focused!",ee "Keep going!", "You're almost done!" A wave of...

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