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This Summer, nine members of our faculty and staff are walking a route in Spain with sites related to the life of St. Ignatius. The following post by Mr. Stephen Pitts, SJ is the first in a series of their reflections. This morning as I was sitting in Mass in French at the seminary where Max and I are staying,...

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?...
Named by the senior class as most likely to own a Fortune 500 company and also most likely to become president, Clark Durham ’12 has always displayed his leadership and management skills at Jesuit. While some may see him as rigid and exacting, others see him as determined and hard-working. And it was his determination and effort that earned him...
During his time at Jesuit, Father Postell affected the lives of everyone he worked with, giving his whole self to this school and its students. That's why this past Friday, August 30th, Jesuit commemorated his years of service by naming the new stadium, Postell Stadium, in his honor. "It's been a long time coming," says President Mike Earsing about how...
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...
“We remember that when you’re around Rufe Brewton, you always felt a little bit better.” Every year, one Jesuit Dallas alumnus is honored for his athletic achievements during his time at Jesuit, and is given the Jesuit Dallas Gold Ranger Award.  This past May, the man honored was Rufe Brewton, class of 1955. Rufe Brewton was a baseball player in...
At the conclusion of the 2014-2015 academic school year, Jesuit will bid farewell to one of its most familiar faces, Mr. Fred Donahue. Donahue will retire once the year has ended, but the mark he has left on the school and the effects the school has left on him will never cease to remain prevalent. Donahue has worked at Jesuit...

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