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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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Donning their white lab coats, three rising Jesuit Seniors will participate in a fantastic research program at UT Southwestern Medical School called the STARS program (Science Teacher Access to Resources at Southwestern). Under the program, students work one on one with a researcher from the prestigious UT Southwestern Medical Center and assist them in carrying out groundbreaking research. The...
Opposites attract. That's true in most cases: relationships, career paths, and even in physics. But science, at times, can encapsulate many seemingly different branches of understanding. With this relationship, ostensible 'opposites' can relate in extraordinary fashions. With ongoing projects using tangible materials, The Jesuit Engineering Society embarked on a journey to UT Southwestern Medical Center to explore another sector...
From isolated, diabetic, and depressed, to social, losing weight, and happy: just one example of dramatic patient transformations thanks to Dr. Jamile Ashmore ’88. On October 23, Dr. Ashmore came to talk about this case and his career in psychology to aspiring medical students in the Medical Society. “Dr. Ashmore works as the clinical director at Baylor Scott & White Hospital in...
On Monday, September 29, Medical Society hosted guest speaker and Jesuit alumnus Kevin Ramos ’10. Ramos graduated from Saint Louis University this year and works in the medical field as a nurse. His presentation opened students up to the nursing profession and gave them a male perspective in the field.   Ramos explained how the experience of being a male nurse...
For some, the allure of "playing doctor" as a child never really went away. With its myriad of members, the Medical Society has had a significant impact on campus, becoming a home for the many Jesuit students interested in going from "playing doctor" to becoming one. This next year, the Medical Society has an exciting host of plans and new opportunities...
The organic chemistry class is a staple of the junior year medical society courses, like the cat dissection and structure function lab.  "The goal of the class is to give students some introduction to the topic before they go off to college,” explained to Mrs. Sanchez. The class acts as a precursor gives insight into one of the most...
The trip where students are forced to carry 49 pounds of (medical) drugs through foreign airports. Where students spend hours driving up and down one-lane roads on the sides of mountains, fearing each bump as if the truck is going to tip over. Where each day is spent with 6-10 hours in a clinic, tending to the needs of...
For the 16th year in a row, Jesuit’s Medical Society has hosted a school wide medicine drive to gather various medications for it's annual mission trip to Guatemala in the Spring. The drive started the second week of January and will continue through Friday, February 6th. Focusing mainly on the freshmen and sophomore classes, “a different medication is assigned to each...

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