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Tuesday, March 20 saw a thrilling and historic event in Jesuit history with the 500th win of Head Coach Charlie DeLong’s career. In what Charlie described as “one of the best performances of the year,” Jesuit boasted a five goal win over a scoreless Lake Highlands. With seemingly effortless passing and a gorgeous sense of communication, Jesuit could not...
A staple of the beginning of every year, Jesuit welcomes a wide array of faculty this school year, ranging from the ASC Corp, to new instructors to fill the gaps of retired teachers and teachers who have left, and to new behind-the-scenes faculty in the athletic wing and the front office. For  many teachers, this is their first experience...
Perhaps unbeknownst to the student body, many teachers take graduate classes during the school year and also over the summer. Many of these teachers take exhausting 3 hour night classes all over the DFW area once a week so that they can get their masters’ degree. All of the teachers concurred that it was difficult to balance the workload of...
When one thinks about Coach Robert "Doogie" Williams, they might think of him as one of Jesuit’s track coaches, football coaches, substitute teachers, or even as a former NFL player. Although Coach Williams is all of these things, he is also so much more. Early Years Robert Cole Williams was born on October 2, 1962 in Galveston, Texas. He attended Alamo...
The Roundup Podcast Ep. 6 - The SJ Episode (Part 1) On this episode: Interviews with two Jesuits on campus, Ryan Caesar, SJ, and Tucker Redding, SJ. Mr. Caesar is a novice, and Mr. Redding is a scholastic. This episode is the first of two focusing on members of the Society of Jesus at Dallas Jesuit. 0:37 - Ryan Caesar, SJ 17:31...
Not yet finished with his freshman year, Brendan Lyden’16 already shows the great qualities of a natural-born leader and a man for others. In an effort to help “The Hope for Ariang Foundation” build a school in southern Sudan, Lyden started a community service project called “The Bricks of Hope” to bring Jesuit into the effort. Brendan learned about this...
Many horrors in history, no matter how terrible, are often forgotten about in the flurry of progression in an ever-changing world. However, one of the most documented wars in history, World War II, has been remembered worldwide for over 70 years. The stories of the war are still being told by those that survived it, whether it be those...
The Alumni Service Corps, a volunteer opportunity that allows a Jesuit graduate the chance to devote a year of his life to service and education of fellow Jesuit brothers, began in 2009 with four former Jesuit students from the Class of 2005. The ASC members have the chances to teach, tutor, and participate in extracurricular activities with current students at...

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