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As the key turns in the ignition with a click, the engine instantly rumbles to life, the exhaust emitting a satisfying roar, the sound of a well-tuned dream machine, and all elements of a true classic. Pulling out of the parking lot, the engine grumbles as your hand rests on the stick shift, preparing to unleash the engine’s incredible...
A child asked his father, “How were people born?” So his father said, “Adam and Eve made babies, then their babies became adults and made babies, and so on.” The child then went to his mother and asked her the same question. She replied, “We were monkeys then we evolved to become like we are now.” The child ran...
When Jesuit students think of science courses, periodic tables, complex equations, and bug projects probably come to mind. Few, if any, students associate science class with sugar beaches, crystal-clear Caribbean waters, or shipwrecks. But for students enrolled in the Marine Biology science elective this summer, sea and sand will be as much a part of their learning environment as...
"Education fuels the flame that burns from the lamp, which is shown resting on a base that represents the Book of Knowledge." This explanation of the logo of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation provides images of a flame, an image of longevity and creative energy. Early this September, The National Merit Scholarship Corporation notified its selection for the Semi-Finalists, a list consisting of...
The debate teams of Senior Andrew Miller and Sophomore Tanner Davis along with Juniors James Mantil and Kevin Kim earned fifth place in Varsity at the Coppell Invitational debate tournament on January 7-8, 2011.  In the Novice division, freshmen Jackson Pyke and Jeff Melsheimer took third place while sophomores Justin Kang and Ryan Tan took fifth place. In the varsity division, both teams...
As on most Fridays, the students slowly marched to the Terry Center to attend normal Friday prayer service or mass.  But the moment their chairs entered eyesight, each student knew something was different, and everybody was pleasantly surprised to find a rosary waiting for them. On Friday, April 22nd, Campus Ministry led the school in saying the rosary, one of the most traditional acts in...
Preparing the carefully assorted meals, Jesuit students and faculty volunteering for the Meals on Wheels program sought to follow Jesus’ example and feed the hungry. Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Jesuit became host to yet another community service success. Serving meals to those in need, Jesuit has once again displayed its benevolence and dedication to charity. Run by sophomore counselor, Raul...
Active in representing their class, student council members act as liaisons between the student body and administration. A good representative listens to the requests of his peers and leads the push for changes. Entrusted with great responsibility, student council members are selected by a popular vote of their peers, a process that puts great power into the hands of...

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