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Among the games, pep rallies, and festivities of Ranger Day this Friday, the halls of Jesuit will be filled with hundreds of boxes of laundry detergent, donated by freshman students. These boxes will be awaiting delivery to the Hillcrest Home, a transitional housing facility for low-income individuals in Dallas living with AIDS. The Hillcrest House provides a stable living environment...
The rushing wind from the chariots, cheering from the audience, and adrenaline pumping through veins of every member helps to rebirth a well-loved Jesuit tradition every year. Chariots, from the Roman Circus Maximus, now race across the heated asphalt of a high school track field. In only seconds, the chariots pass the finish line and excitement breaks loose in...
One day of the Jesuit school year stands apart from the rest. On this day, champions emerge from ancient Greek sports. On this day, face paint and costumes set the trend. On this day, the parking lot becomes a rodeo. On this day, a great sensational yell rattles the gym. This day, a day like no other, is Ranger...
Ah, Ranger Day, the most anticipated day of the Jesuit school year. As always, Ranger Day presents an opportunity for Jesuit students to showcase their musical skills and talents. This year, there were five performances: The Undecided, Martin Flores, The Water Coolers, Benito Buksh, and Inwood. These DJs and bands made it worthwhile for the students to endure the cold...
Last Friday, October 28, 2011, the Jesuit student body participated in its annual Ranger Day. This year’s senior class, ready to top the convoluted entrances in past years, went with a 300-themed walk up. Two by two, seniors followed longtime teacher Ms. Kay Frigo into the packed gym with a slow walk to “Requiem of a Dream.” The seniors began...
Ranger Day fell this year on Halloween, blending celebration of a favorite Jesuit tradition with the costumed zaniness of the holiday.  Mr. Mark Knize, Jesuit’s assistant principle, described Ranger Day as “One of my favorite Jesuit traditions… It’s a powerful day that offers something for everyone. It allows students to take time from the academic rigor and busy schedules.” A collaboration between...
Tired legs pushing against the ground, sweat falling into their eyes, the freshmen sprint towards the finish line, marking their victory. As they cross the line, the crowd roars with excitement for ... DiLorenzo’s homeroom, the victor of the 2015 Ranger Day chariot races. Just one of the many exciting events at Ranger Day, the chariot races are the...
Ah, homecoming. That time of the fall when we all break out those flashy mums and slick suits for a weekend of fun and excitement starting the Friday of Ranger Day. The pep rally festivities were kicked off by the first-ever Slam Dunk Competition in which the junior class was proudly represented by Michael Holder and Chris Steiner. The stakes...

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