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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 Ms. Madeline Maggard is the twelfth in a series of their reflections. When I began my journey months ago preparing organizationally and financially for this pilgrimage, I was busy "packing" my backpack full of...
"The great aim of education is not knowledge but action." One of the fundamental aspects of Ignatian education is this focus on acting upon our knowledge. Mr. Redding, one of the theology faculty members, has sought to transform the classroom merely from a learning environment to a place focused on answering God's call to action. To become a Jesuit priest,...
The Roundup hosted a virtual conversation with Jesuit President Michael Earsing and Principal Tom Garrison last week to learn more about how Jesuit has navigated the decision-making process during this unprecedented time. The interview was rather lengthy, so without further ado: How do you think students and faculty have adjusted to Covid-19? Mr. Earsing: We have a Covid-19 task force team...
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. Paul Kolker '03  is the fifth in a series of their reflections. "Why do I do this to myself?" asked Esperanza, one of the fellow pilgrims we did not originally expect to...
The Jesuit Ranger football team had a dominating 56-29 win over Irving in week seven of their season on October 10th. Thanks to an outstanding performance by the Rangers on the offensive side of the ball, offensive coordinator Coach Jonathan Short received a nomination for assistant coach of the week four days later on the 14th. Head Coach Brandon Hickman said, "The...
Walking door to door, a smiling woman strides confidently around a Frisco neighborhood, greeting homeowners and introducing herself as a city council candidate. This woman, with a deep love for politics and the city of Frisco, is Mrs. Cindy Asche and she is running for Place 4 on the Frisco City Council. This May 7th, the Frisco City council election...
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...
Perhaps unbeknownst to the student body, many teachers take graduate classes during the school year and also over the summer. Many of these teachers take exhausting 3 hour night classes all over the DFW area once a week so that they can get their masters’ degree. All of the teachers concurred that it was difficult to balance the workload of...

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