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How is your back hand? Do you think you have what it takes to be the first Jesuit ping pong champion? If you think you do then you need to  join the first annual Jesuit Ping Pong Tournament, sponsored by Student Council and the Ping Pong club. The tournament will invite doubles teams to compete in single elimination brackets. The Ping-Pong...
Ask any of the juniors who are in a physics class about what they have done in the past few weeks and they will probably respond with something about creating a film that illustrates Newton’s “Three Laws of Motion.” Within the short film, students were required to provide explanations and examples of at least two of Newton’s laws. According...
Eighteen years ago in 1992, Jesuit’s enrollment totaled 736 students, the science wing did not exist, nor did the new hallway of classrooms past teacher offices. The football and baseball fields showed extreme signs of wear as patches of yellowish brown dead grass covered them, artificial turf was not even a consideration. A large, stage production auditorium occupied the now student commons...
Opening up a volume of a Scott Stamp Catalogue, Fr. C.A. Leininger, S.J.  peruses the densely filled pages of stamps and price values, identifying a certain group, or set, from his pile of unorganized stamps.After carefully soaking the set in water, he lays them face down on a newspaper, preserving the illustrations while removing them from the envelope they...
Honors English Seminar takes a walking tour of downtown Dallas.        Stepping off the bus onto Harwood Street alongside the Modern Art Museum, English students beheld a relatively familiar sight. Lingering for only a short while to glance at posters advertising The Mourners and an African Mask exhibit, we bolted across the street to the Trammel Crow Center, not to see...
The Jesuit Journal, a magazine for writers, needs your writing. Any student, no matter the grade or skill level, can and should submit any work they are passionate about to the Jesuit Journal. People write for the Journal for many different reasons. Many because they simply need an outlet to express something they are passionate about. Like Mark Diaz- Arrastia they "feel...
Ah, homecoming. That time of the fall when we all break out those flashy mums and slick suits for a weekend of fun and excitement starting the Friday of Ranger Day. The pep rally festivities were kicked off by the first-ever Slam Dunk Competition in which the junior class was proudly represented by Michael Holder and Chris Steiner. The stakes...

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