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A whopping 96 teams of students convened at Plano Senior High School on September 3rd, for the first debate tournament of the year. Jesuit achieved a closeout: students placed first, second and fifth! The Jesuit debate team performed very well at the tournament, with Beomhak Lee ’17 and Alandro Valdez ’17 and the team of seniors Jake LoRocco and Emmanuel...
The nervous freshman, dressed in khakis with a blue nametag, shuffles down the hallway, trying his best to avoid eye contact with any upperclassman and concentrating on his upcoming interview with the student council moderator. This young man hopes to impress the moderator, using his ideas to gain votes needed to win the election. The Jesuit student council program welcomed...
The annual JCL state competition, hosted in Garland this year, was well represented by the Jesuit Latin community. Of the 1800 or so competitors at the annual competition, 36 came from Jesuit. Jesuit exceeded expectations at this year's event, as 32 of the 36 competitors placed on the pentathlon. Results What's Next Jesuit will also have an amazing turnout for Nationals this...
Earlier this year, three seniors who wanted to make a difference in the Jesuit community approached Coach Andrew Civello, assistant golf and tennis coach as well as freshman health educator, to moderate their Anglers’ Club, which is dedicated to learning to fish and appreciating the fishing experience. Elated by the opportunity, Coach Civello recognized that “the Jesuit seniors are taking...
When I think of The Roundup and their chances in the Expository Bowl, the first thing that comes to mind is smash mouth football. With guys like Sam Powell ’17, Michael Lanham ’15, and Dominic “Potroast” Iannelli ’15 leading the way, this is clearly going to be a one-sided, dominant game in favor of The Roundup. First off, let me...
Standing in the historic Walsh Gym, one experiences Jesuit in a completely different way. Even when the gym is empty, the plain white walls somehow teem with years of school spirit that's stained within them. However, when it's full, the energy is electric. For many students, the notion of making Jesuit's highly competitive team seems unlikely, even if they...
They were sinking buckets for charity. Playing in a basketball tournament is always fun, but the club “Brothers for Others” decided to combine fun with charity to raise money for one of the many organizations that they serve. On January 23, the “Brothers for Others” club hosted their annual 3v3 basketball tournament. Teams enter the competition with an entry fee...
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...

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