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Coming together under one roof, bouncing ideas off of one another, the elected Student Council officials of both Jesuit and Ursuline met at Jesuit on Tuesday, January 26th, to work together to improve themselves . By meeting together, the two councils hoped to focus on a few main topics like bringing the schools closer together and encouraging the participation of...
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...
As Mr. Hanley and current Student Council executives Zander Erturkuner & Garrett Amy stood patiently, yet intently, the scantron machine slowly tallied up the votes, one by one. Two more for Wunderlick. Another vote for Pontikes. Hamrick gets three more votes. This went on until finally the final ballot was accounted for, and the new names of Student Council emerged. Last...
The 2015 student council race is finally upon us here at Jesuit and many students have probably already taken notice.Throughout the halls, bright election posters of all different shapes and sizes have been plastered along the walls, desperately bidding for every passerby's attention. During this time of year, the Freshmen Steps act as the epicenter for this storm of  construction paper, for it...
It’s election season at Jesuit Dallas, and this year the polls are neck and neck! Two weeks ago on Tuesday, March 3rd, three candidacy groups ran for only two spots in the upcoming runoffs: the dynamic Rusty Landon & Michael Griffin Scott, the newcomers Kassa Kassahun & Jake Wilemon, and the ferocious Michael Pontikes & Michael Boyson. All juniors, these...
Jesuit is a fantastic high school, not only because of its superior academic and sports programs, but also because of its complete extracurricular experience. Jesuit has many student-run clubs ranging from the Medical Society to the Ultimate Frisbee Club, and also provides many opportunities to travel on immersion trips to regions as far away as Peru and Alaska. In...
With the gubernatorial elections taking place in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, many people seem to be excited about the debate between Democrat Wendy Davis and Republican Greg Abbott, the candidates running for the office of Texas State Governor. However, what people should really be concerned with are the freshman class elections, which Jesuit held this past Tuesday, October 28th, 2014. So,...
Senior Pres--Jimmy Ackels Senior VP--Nicolas Rodriguez Senior Rep--Jimmy Merkel   Junior Pres--Michael Scott Junior VP--Michael Boyson Junior Rep--Michael Pontikes   Soph Pres--Beomhawk Lee Soph VP-- Paul Honrales Soph Rep--Sam Cormier   68% students Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen Voted

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