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This year, Jesuit alum Jordan Spieth, ’11, attained one of the highest honors an amateur golfer can earn when he was selected to play in the Walker Cup. In Aberdeen, Scotland, Spieth represented the United States in the tournament, which pits the top ten male amateur golfers from the US against their counterparts from Great Britain and Ireland. The Walker...
Saturday, December 6, 2014, Jesuit lost someone very dear when Brother Gerald "Jerry" Landry S.J., age 81, who had been with Jesuit for 17 years, passed away of heart failure. He died only four days after leaving Jesuit, to retire to Grand Coteau, La. Born November 9, 1933 in the small town of Jeanerette, Louisianna, Brother Landry grew up alongside his...
Here is a bit of wisdom from the Jesuit faculty and staff. It is my hope that this knowledge will be used to enhance every senior's college experience. Thank you to all of the Jesuit community willing to answer my question. Mrs. Elchlepp: Find something they love to do outside of their major and don't miss out on that opportunity. Mrs. Ellsworth: Be...
Just about everyone has heard of Pyotr Tchaikovsky and the music of his famous ballets, The Nutcracker and Swan Lake, but Jesuit’s very own Max von Schlehenried is on his way to such calibers of ballet with his new work: Ghosts, which premiered August 14, 2015. As a graduate of Saint Louis University, von Schlehenried majored in biology and music,...
The pack bears down onto his back, the straps dig into his shoulder blades while drops of sweat cascade down, absorbed by the arid dirt.  The force not only pressures his shoulders, but his mind as well; the idea of representing the fallen soldiers hangs over his head, pushing him through every step.  He takes out a bottle of...
Jacob Totah '18 speaks with Parker Towns '18, named Jesuit Dallas Ranger of the Week on Sept. 3. In a thin loss to state champs Desoto, 41-36, Towns threw for a career-high 365 yards and two touchdowns in Jesuit's season-opening setback to Texas state-ranked No. 2 DeSoto on September 1. The senior completed 35-of-55 pass attempts, commanding an offense...
"Before my name was called, my heart was rapidly beating and I could feel the blood rushing throughout my entire body. I was so nervous that I might not receive the honor because I really wanted it and I put all I could into the essay for the application. Also, as I sat there hearing the amount of the...
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