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As sophomores transition into junior year, they often find themselves taking initiative through their extracurricular activities, for example, leadership groups. There are three leadership groups that juniors can seek membership: PALS, Interact, and Key Club. This past Wednesday, Key Club finished their elections and chose their student officers to lead this school year in their first meeting. President: Luis Osorio "On...
On the weekend of September 7th, Dr. McFarland, a debate coach and teacher at Jesuit, received the Grapevine Debate Classic Coach of the Year Award. Given annually, the award recognizes coach-educators nationwide that demonstrate a commitment to education and debate. At the tournament awards ceremony, Jane Boyd, the 31 year debate coach at Grapevine, recognized Dr. McFarland for her...
Should the United States federal government substantially reduce its Foreign Military Sales and/or Direct Commercial Sales of arms from the United States? American politicians have a difficult time answering this question, which is this year's debate resolution, a shift from the immigration topic from last year. Jesuit debaters had to provide an effective argument to answer questions like this. With...
Over the summer of 2019, three students of Jesuit's Medical Society participated in the S.T.A.R.S. Program. The S.T.A.R.S. (Science Teacher Access to Resources at Southwestern) program for students is a research program where students are paired with a mentor that helps them as they conduct research. With the help of the mentor, the students select a topic and research...
On Ranger Day, four debaters traveled to Plano West High School and faced opponents at the Plano West Invitational. Practicing their refutations and extensions, they walk with confidence from one room to the next, preparing themselves to give it their all and do the best they can. By supporting and learning from each other, they were able to learn...
On Saturday, October 26, a group from Jesuit's Medical Society gathered in Addison Circle Park in Addison, Texas. Joined by Mrs. Boyle and Mr. Von, the group participated in the Out of Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention. Students arrived at the Park between 7:00 am and 7:45 am and the group waited for the event to begin. The Commencement ceremony...
Cooking bridges the gap between hunger and satisfaction, making them almost inseparable. Cooking is not always about making dishes to nourish our hungry bodies. It serves as an important facet to a planned, special meal where we can share our lives with others. Every month, a small group of students cultivates the difficult culinary craftsmanship skills that elevate a...
It's that time of year again. Freshman student council elections are on the horizon, and it's time to get to know the 2019-2020 candidates. Candidate 1: Jose Alvarado "The things I understand about the Student Council are that the council helps anyone in need of help that being students health, emotions, or with academics. Another thing that I understand with the...

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