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

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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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...
If you happen to arrive early to Jesuit in the morning, you may have the pleasure of seeing Coach Bob Molyet instructing his track and cross country teams with a very special companion by his side. Chester, a Golden Retriever and the latest addition to Coach Molyet’s three dogs, sits patiently by his side, eagerly waiting to be played with....
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...
At the National Debate Coaches Association National Championships, held April 14-16, the National Debate Coaches Association (NDCA) awarded Jesuit debate coach, Dr. Tracy McFarland, the National Educator of the Year award. The National Educator of the Year award, typically given to retired coaches, was given to Dr. McFarland because of her tremendous work and dedication to not only the Jesuit...
If you have ever entered Jesuit’s new weight-room on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays, you may have seen this tall, muscular man who trained Jesuit’s athletic teams, organized their workout schedules, and developed new plans to benefit student athletes through their hydration and nutrition. This man, Logan Lacy, served as Assistant Director of Athletic Performance. Coach Lacy was born and raised...
Jesuit schools ask a lot of their teachers. As Ignatian educators, instructors are expected to go above and beyond perfunctory teaching duties, concerning themselves with the holistic formation of their students. A tireless commitment to students’ personal growth marks Jesuit teachers, driving them to sacrifice unprecedented time and effort for the greater good. This characterization is certainly true of Jesuit...
Every year, the Catholic Foundation awards a Work of Heart Award whose sole purpose is “to recognize the teachers, administrators, and staff of Catholic lower, middle, and high schools in the Diocese of Dallas.” One of this year's winners includes Mark Knize, Assistant Principal of Student Affairs. Whether standing in the cafeteria, relaxing in his office, or just sitting on...
This past week, eight members of our Jesuit community--juniors Nick Alexander, John Leflore, Hayden Meshell, and Drew Brunts; seniors Garrett Finney, Brenden Cain, and James Grass; and student affairs assistant Mark Campbell as coach--won the Under-18 USA Hockey National Championship in Lansing, Michigan. The Dallas Oilers, a select hockey team composed of players from schools all over Dallas and coached by...

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