Friday, August 7, 2020

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Photography by Tucker Redding, SJ On January 27th, 2017 the Jesuit community engaged in a prayer service to encourage “sincere dialogue among men and women of different faiths may produce the fruits of peace and justice” (Pope Francis 2016).  Three seniors shared their faith stories Friday morningi: Matthew Clayton, Will Vincent, and Abbas Hussain. Mrs. Crowder, Director of Campus Ministry, provided additional context: The...
The Jesuits are an integral part of life here at the 28 acres, and it's safe to say we would not be the same without them. One important part of any life, however, is the home, and now the Jesuits have a new home of their own. Two, to be exact.     The houses are located on the intersection of Planter's Glen and...
"Ranger Day is the best day to be a Ranger," according to the Jesuit Dallas Wikipedia page. A staple of Ranger Day, the Chariot Races pit freshmen homerooms against each other as they compete to determine which homeroom is the fastest. For the past two years, Robotics has taken on the role of designing and making the chariots for the homerooms. The...
Where are the Freshman Commons? Can you tell me where the A-Hallway is? Is there a secret tunnel connecting the school to the Terry Center? These are just a few of the many questions asked by incoming freshman, but not by the middle school boys who attended the Higher Achievement Program during the previous summer. The boys, already familiar...
As the label of the "new" school year fades away, the buzz on Jesuit's campus defines the tenor of the year. As many sports, extracurriculars, and classes commence, the task of describing them all in totality remains impossible to put into words. To provide just a sliver of insight into his experiences to the 2016-2017 school year, The Roundup's...
Hundreds of students, faculty, and guests file into the the Terry Center, preparing for this very special occasion. A buzz of excitement hums over the audience as students shuffle their feet, anxiously waiting for the prayer service to begin. Silence sweeps across the crowd of people, and finally, Mr. Garrison approaches the microphone to begin the prayer service. The service...
At graduation, a Jesuit student is expected to be religious, one of the six integral qualities of The Profile. The Department of Campus Ministry fosters this quality and provides students and faculty alike with opportunities to grow spiritually, proclaim their faith, and develop their relationships with Jesus Christ. Always seeking to better serve the Jesuit community, Campus Ministry introduces new programs...
From the bright blue sheen of new freshman name tags to the confident clomping of senior cowboy boots, the halls of Jesuit returned to their usual sights and sounds last week. For the Freshman class of 2020, last Friday marked the beginning of the Jesuit experience, while Juniors marked their "halfway point,” and Seniors entered into their final year. Regardless,...

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