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Dear Readers, “Why are you a journalist?” was the question of the hour at this year’s High School Journalism Day. Around 330 high schoolers had gathered in one of the ballrooms in the swanky new Statler Hotel downtown for the event. The Dallas Morning News was hosting us, and Grant Moise, The News’ publisher, was the speaker on stage who...
“In wilderness is the preservation of the world.” -Henry David Thoreau Earth Day, the day used to demonstrate support of environmentalism, this year Jesuit's Engineering Society, Fair Trade Club, and AP Environmental Science class banded together to bring our school's own exhibit at the 2019 Earth Day convention. The convention was held at Fair Park from the 20th to the 22nd,...
If you don't spend morning announcements buried in your phone, then you've most likely heard the anime club's infamous tagline. "Are you tired of watching anime alone? Come down to Room B201 for the anime club." The club has been dormant for most of the semester, but they returned just in time to offer its members a reprieve from finals....
The eight-month long debate season finished in late April, concluding a hugely successful season for the Jesuit Debate team.  The season ending tournaments, the National Debate Coaches Association (NDCA) National Championships held at Marist in Atlanta, and the Novice Round Up at St. Marks represent the culmination of hundreds of hours of prep and work done to compete at...
“All in favor say ‘Aye!’” screams TSJCL President Hunter. “Ayyeee!” roars the crowd. “All opposed say ‘nay!’” says the President. “Nayyyyy!” answers the same crowd. “Meeting... Adjourned.” As hundreds of Texas students rush out of the gym, it is safe to say the annual JCL state competition had begun. This two-day event included competitions that range in difficulty from Latin...
Do you know what people played before FortNite? Chess. They played Chess. On Friday April 27, the Jesuit Chess Club hosted the second annual Jesuit Open. Fourteen students from both Jesuit and Bishop Lynch participated, raising $125 for Catholic Refugee services. Each competitor played four intense, timed matches. To add to the fun, we brought in cookies and Chick-fil-a (who graciously donated an...
It’s April, and to the robotics team, that means it’s time for champs. On Wednesday, April 18, the team scrambled out of the bus and into the George R. Brown Convention Center for a week of excitement, competitiveness, and stress at the 2018 FIRST Houston Championship. What is the FIRST Championship? The enormous convention center was completely occupied by the FIRST...
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...

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