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After all the upsets of this year’s March Madness Tournament it should come as no surprise that a freshman would come away with the 1st Annual Roundup Bracket Challenge title. John Turner is this year’s champion after correctly picking UCONN to win it all. Turner beat fellow freshman Andrew Pott by 50 points even after correctly picking only one...
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...
On a cold and windy morning last Monday, April 4, 2011, Jesuit sophomores arrived on campus with scaled-up models of molecules, ranging from testosterone to trinitrotoluene.  Students scurried through the back doors of the Terry Center, trying to hold together their constructions made of Styrofoam balls and wooden rods. Although the untimely gusts of wind may have shattered some students’...
On March 25-26, 2011, our own Jesuit Latin Club took part in the Texas State Junior Classical League, or TSJCL, state convention. High school Latin scholars and wannabe gladiators from across the state descended upon Humble, Texas, for a host of academic tests, Jeopardy-style “certamen” (Latin for competition), traditional Roman sport, and a blow-up Coliseum obstacle course thrown in...
This past weekend the Jesuit Novice Debate Team traveled to Atlanta for the Novice National Debate Tournament. The Novice Debate Team (the name signifies only that they are first year debaters) consists of Freshmen James Abbott, Jackson Pyke, and Jeff Melsheimer and Sophomores Davis Bittner, Grant VanKirk, Justin Kang, Ryan Tan, and Shane McGoldrick. Freshman Justin Rubenstein and Junior Harrison Ainsworth...
On the first day back of second semester in 2011, Mr. Max von Schlehenried arrived to take over from a teacher who left after first semester. Even though he taught physics, Mr. von Schlehenried has another profession which he has been practicing his whole life: musical compositions. While practicing piano when he was 12 years old, Mr. von Schlehenried found an interest...
Akos: Over the weeks before and during Spring Break 2011, Akos Furton (’12), Matt Tiritilli (’13), and Ryan Adams (’13) traveled to France to participate in a cultural immersion program. The three students all stayed with families in Lille, a major city in the northern region of France. We went to school for two weeks, taking classes in French to improve our...
When someone suggests going to Harry Hines or Oak Cliff they are often greeted by a grimace or a groan. Ms. Sheryl Row’s senior honors English Seminar class got to see why these areas are fascinating, integral pieces of Dallas culture especially Hispanic culture. Past the clubs, bars and railroad tracks rests Luna’s Tortilla Factory, a family business since...

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