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One of the challenges inherent to computer science is balancing the work done by the programmer in writing the code and the work done by the hardware in running the code. For instance, a programmer can write software to find the tenth decimal of pi in a few minutes. However, he could spend more time making the code easier...
On January 18, hundreds of citizens from the Mexican state of Hidalgo congregated around an altered gas line for what they thought could be “free gas." In the state of Hidalgo, more than 50% of the population lives below the poverty line - having gas in here is a privilege. Around 600 people congregated around this pipeline, unknowingly, more...

Bed Start

Do you waste your Saturday mornings sleeping in until 12 pm? Are you tired of logging into your x2vol account and seeing all the service hours you are missing? Do you need help finding new service activities? Do you enjoy donating and delivering furniture to people in need? Do you have some friends in desperate need of service hours?...
Drew Brees, dropping back into the pocket, looked for an open receiver to pass the ball on a 3rd & 10 play. The game was on the line with only 1:49 ticking away on the game clock. Brees, appearing to find a receiver downfield, hurls the pigskin in a hurry towards Tommylee Lewis in attempt to get a first...
"It was a team effort--and that is the important things," Coach Koch, Jesuit athletic director and organizer of Jesuit's role in collecting 10,441lbs. A five-ton elephant lingered outside of Walsh gym last week. Well not really, but Jesuit did manage to raise 5 tons of food in just one week!  January 28th-February 1st, Jesuit teamed up area Catholic high schools  to...
As the second semester begins, we return back to a new Jesuit: new schedules, new classes... and new rules? This semester, a homeroom will now have to clean the cafeteria after breakfast. So, is this a rule to appreciate or disdain? The Good The student-operated cleaning crew can be seen as an asset to Jesuit, as Deo Shaji ‘22 said, “students should...
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Mr. Garrison presented Varsity Basketball Coach Chris Hill the Catholic Foundation Work of Heart Award at last Friday’s prayer service. The Catholic Foundation defines their Work of Heart award as recognizing “the unsung heroes who are going the extra mile in serving educational community and its members.” The award criteria include: Outstanding service at their school Modeling a...

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