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With the school year starting back up, fall sports are here and the Track and Cross Country Program experienced a big change with the departure of long time Coach, Bob Molyet. The departure of one coach means the arrival of another, and new coach Doug Robinson is ready to take on the roll. Robinson is no stranger to Jesuit Cross Country,...
“One of the best parts is that I get to work and interact with you guys on a daily basis. It’s vivifying.” Mr. Andrew Katz summed up his opinion of his Jesuit teaching career as he prepared to leave the school to pursue his Ph.D. in engineering and education. Mr. Katz’s teaching experience has been dedicated to helping high school...
This past summer, the Jesuit swim team had quite exciting news at US Juniors National Swim Championship, especially for one swimmer, Brendan Feehery '16. Brendan qualified for US Juniors through his time standard from his club team, Lakeside Aquatic Club. Brendan has been swimming at the semiannual US Juniors National Swimming Championship for three years, but this past summer was...
Untucked shirts, loosened ties, empty backpacks, coupled with ear to ear grins, high-fives and talk of the summer can only mean one thing: the last day of school. While this day marks just a three-month hiatus for most, for six fabulous teachers -- Ms. Erica Walker, Mrs. Danielle Bianchi, Mrs. Theresa MacLellan, Mrs. Joyce Dominguez, Mrs. Sally Metzger, and...
June 24, notable Jesuit Alumnus Christopher Cantwell '00, the co-creator, executive producer, and writer for the new show Halt and Catch Fire, spoke to Jesuit students who were enrolled in the Film summer course. He recounted his interesting and unique  journey from being a Jesuit theater kid to becoming Hollywood writer and producer. Cantwell explained to the audience that the best way...
Jesuit students probably noticed the bone marrow donation stand on campus last week. Be the Match Registry volunteers handed out pamphlets and took cheek swabs of potential donors. The volunteers on campus explained that most potential donors never actually get called on to give bone marrow or peripheral blood stem cells (PBSC): only one in 540 registry members actually...
With a rhythmic beat, the oars slice into the water, propelling the boat of exhausted rowers closer to the finish line. After a myriad of successful seasons developing the Jesuit crew program, which produced four appearances in the US National Youth Championship, head Jesuit crew coach, John Fife, will depart from Jesuit after six years. "I am returning back to...
A core reason why many of us attend Jesuit is due to the school's excellent faith-based education. The Jesuit “Profile of the Graduate” describes the characteristics of a man who 'seeks the fullest development of his God-given talents and puts his faith in action.' That’s a lofty aspiration that inspired me, so I was interested to learn more about...

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