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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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As I pondered the hallways of Jesuit College Prep last week, I could not help but be drawn to the bustling clamor of room B216.  I poked my head in to find the Jesuit Medical Mission participants packing up industrial sized duffle bags with their recent collection from the school-wide medicine drive.  The genial group invited me in and...
This past Friday, November 11, 2011, Jesuit students in the Medical Society ventured to University of Texas Southwestern on an all-day field trip to learn more about medicine and the medical field. Biology teacher Jan Jones, the head of the medical society, has been taking students on this field trip for years. Mrs. Jones, physics teacher Max Von Schlehenried, two...
Upon arriving at the Plano Presbyterian Hospital on September 23, 2011, members of the Medical Society were anxious about what they would encounter that day.  The Medical Society, one of Jesuit’s most extracurricular organizations, sponsors a unique program that allows juniors to shadow doctors at one Dallas or Plano area hospital. Jesuit’s Dallas shadowers, unfortunately, were not able to go...
From April 6 to 10, 2011, students and faculty from Jesuit and three doctors and one social worker went to Guatemala to help the sick of the country. They worked with an organization called The Vamos Mayor in two clinics, one in Panajachel and one in Nahualá. All the teacher and students were from Jesuit’s Medical Society: science teachers Mrs. Jan Jones...
The Jesuit Medical Mission team—comprised of Jesuit faculty Mrs. Jan Jones and Mr. Ben Kirby; students Spencer Adamson ‘11, Peter Chung ‘11, Synyoung Li ‘11, Philip Morton ‘12, Jimmy Nawalaniec ‘11, John Simion ‘12, and Vinay Srinivasan ‘12; social worker Ms. Kathy Bennett; and Dr. Rana Pasco, Dr. Rhonda Walton, and Dr. Yolanda Brady--are now two months away from the Medical Society’s medical mission...
Instructed by biology teacher Mrs. Jan Jones, the Medical Society students quickly don both their safety coats and rubber gloves. Carefully choosing the right surgical tools for the procedure, they begin the meticulous task of dissecting the body of a cat. Precisely creating an incision down the center of the cat with a scalpel, the students identify the digestive...

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