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Profiles Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff

Profiles of Jesuit Faculty & Staff

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...
Pets, what could we do without them? They are our loyal companions. They are with us when we are happy. They are with us when we are sad. Nothing can break the bond between a human and his pet. Pets are some of the things which bring joy and happiness to Jesuit faculty itself. Each and every pet is unique in...
This week, amidst the fervor of semester finals, graduation, and another round of construction, a giant leaves Jesuit College Preparatory School. Reverend Philip S. Postell, S.J., will be leaving the Jesuit community this week after 19 illustrious years as the widely loved president of Jesuit Dallas; Father Postell will join the team at Brophy College Preparatory School in Phoenix, Arizona...
Jesuit has welcomed yet another freshman class into its halls, where they will wander as many before them have as well. As the new student steps out of the car that first morning, he is timid, frantically scanning the car to ensure that nothing is left behind. He takes a nervous glance around him, searching for a familiar peer. He...
Notre Dame alumnus. Science teacher. Football coach. Warsaw Warhammer. These are but a few of the many personas that make up Jesuit's own Mr. Dominic Golab. Born on the streets of Detroit in 1988 to Polish parents Jolanta and Pawel Golab, Mr. Golab entered into an extremely diverse and daring family. "My parents were both from Poland, though they...
May at Jesuit is often characterized by a joyous onslaught of Convocation ceremonies, awards, and honors given to those extraordinary in their efforts over the past year. On May 5th, however, the Jesuit Rugby team's banquet came with a shock: the announcement of long-standing Coach Anthony Mattacchione's departure from the team, and more importantly Jesuit. In true May fashion, honor...
This last Wednesday, April 20, Jesuit lost arguably one of its most influential people in Gary Pasqua ’55. Coach Pasqua was a coach and athletic director for a number of years, and Jesuit’s very own football field bears his name. Pasqua was known for the incredible contributions he brought to Jesuit not only as a football coach, but also as an...

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