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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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If you have walked in the B hallway, you may have seen a tall, dark-haired man infusing his classes with energy or  playing Bruce Springsteen through the smart board. This man is a proud Irish-American and New Jerseyan.   Mr. Colin Hanley teaches various advanced English courses that  range from freshman to senior level,  and acts as the moderator for...
Background Daniel Dion was raised in Bolton, Connecticut in 1980, attending the local East Catholic High School. He graduated from East Catholic in 1999 and attended Boston College. He received a Bachelor’s of the Arts in Theology and Philosophy from Boston College in 2003, later extending his higher education to receive a Master of Theological Studies from the Harvard Divinity...
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 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. Matthew Ortiz '08 is the fourth in a series of their reflections. Today, we stepped forth as Ignacio did after his conversion as a person looking only for God to show His...
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 following post by Mr. Stephen Pitts, SJ concludes a series of faculty and staff reflections from their summer travels in Spain through sites related to the life of St. Ignatius. Yesterday throughout the world Jesuits celebrated the feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola. St. Ignatius died on July 31, 1556, so after his canonization, the Church placed his feast on...
To become a teacher at Jesuit, the buck does not merely stop when a teacher is hired; rather, this is just the beginning. The process new teachers must undergo to officially begin educating Jesuit students in the classroom is a very complex, sometimes even strenuous, procedure. The reason for this intricate procedure is so that the new teachers are...
"Where you go one, you go all." This is a favorite quote of Mr. Dan Lingel, longtime Director of the Jesuit Debate Team and junior counselor. He uses it to emphasize the team aspect of Jesuit's Debate Team, where everyone contributes to the team as a whole. Because of his work for the Debate Team and the Texas Forensic Association...

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