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Prom is a tradition unlike any other: young men clad in black tuxedos enter the large ballroom with their dates dressed in luxurious dresses.  A fancy meal is prepared and served to them, while later they dance the night away. Prom can be seen as the apex of a junior or senior’s year, and it provides a way to...
Among the many who campaigned, four candidates remain in the race for the student body president and vice president. This Tuesday, March 7th, is the final day for voting that will decide the next Student Body President and Vice-President. Here are the remaining candidates: Barrett Lynch '18 (Presidential Candidate) and Sean Maguire (Vice-Presidential Candidate) Lindsay Brown '18 (Presidential Candidate) and Reid Hatzmann...
Election:  Wednesday, November 2 Outside Campus Ministry Trey Ashmore :  Student council poses an opportunity to represent Jesuit in the best manner possible. Student council executes real-world affairs within the school community. It allows individuals to represent their peers in the best way possible and to make decisions on their behalf. Not only does it entail representing their class but it...
The Student Council Prayer Service is an annual tradition at Jesuit that allows representatives on Student Council to lead the school in prayer. Led by the reflections of Reid Hatzmann ‘18 and Steven Mancillas ‘17, this prayer service focused on how to be a more virtuous Jesuit student. The first reflection was given by Reid Hatzmann ‘18, who spoke on his personal...
As 7:00 PM rolled around, many students from Jesuit, Ursuline, and Hockaday made their way to the Terry Center for the annual Freshman Mixer.  Music blaring and refreshments ready, the Terry Center was not the room that held Prayer Services and Masses that night; it was a giant dance floor allowing for the many new freshman from each school...
Downtown Dallas was unusually quiet for a Tuesday morning in July.  The absence of honking, yelling, and cars altogether on the streets indicated an unorthodox event was taking place nearby. At the entrance to the Meyerson Symphony Center, hushed voices, subdued sobs, and the faint echo of Taps cast a somber aurora over the usually lively place. In the shadow...
With the primary season winding down in the presidential race, Jesuit conducted its last round of student council elections: its Class representatives. Three students from each class were chosen by popular vote with the Presidential seat for his class going to the candidate with the highest amount of votes. 61% of the student body turned out to vote on...
As you all know by now, the new President and Vice President of the Jesuit Student Council were elected into office just this past Tuesday, March 15.  Out of the entire school, only 480 students showed up to vote, representing 60% of eligible voters. Juniors Steven Mancillas and Evan Jackson won the election for the Student Council President and Vice President. When asked what...

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