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The average American sees over 50,000 ads in a day, a 150% increase from 30 years ago. In this growing landscape inundated with advertisements screaming 'Look here!' or 'Buy this!', it can be easy to be overloaded with information. In fact, many of these ostensibly memorable TV commercials are often overlooked, but could some of the most prominent ads have been...
Not yet finished with his freshman year, Brendan Lyden’16 already shows the great qualities of a natural-born leader and a man for others. In an effort to help “The Hope for Ariang Foundation” build a school in southern Sudan, Lyden started a community service project called “The Bricks of Hope” to bring Jesuit into the effort. Brendan learned about this...
Empathy is a theme that has been emphasized at Jesuit this year, and a push for empathy between teachers and students seems to have been an effect of that. Two weeks ago, the faculty built empathy with seniors by visiting their service sites for a few hours. Instead of attending morning classes, each Wednesday seniors leave campus to serve the...
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...
With the school year starting back up, fall sports are here and the Track and Cross Country Program experienced a big change with the departure of long time Coach, Bob Molyet. The departure of one coach means the arrival of another, and new coach Doug Robinson is ready to take on the roll. Robinson is no stranger to Jesuit Cross Country,...
On Wednesday, March 19, 2003, George W. Bush marched into the White House Situation Room, a lynchpin of governmental communication and intelligence. As the faces of senior White House deputies and military commanders in the Middle East flashed across a video screen, the forty-third President of the United States began to ask some final questions about the proposed strategy of...
The Alumni Service Corps, a volunteer opportunity that allows a Jesuit graduate the chance to devote a year of his life to service and education of fellow Jesuit brothers, began in 2009 with four former Jesuit students from the Class of 2005. The ASC members have the chances to teach, tutor, and participate in extracurricular activities with current students at...
"On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country, to obey the scout law, to help other people at all times, to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight ...those are great words to live by...Doesn't that describe you as a Jesuit student?" This oath and question initiated my conversation...

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