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Profiles of Members of the Jesuit Community

With not a moment left to 'spare' before the start of the 2016-2017 bowling season, Mr. Ken Howell stepped up to take the position as head bowling coach. Since the past head coach Mrs. Mattachione moved to Regis Jesuit, there was an opening for the position, which Mr. Howell eagerly jumped at. According to Mr. Howell, it's been about 5...
The morning ride to Jesuit often includes struggles to complete assignments, worry about a test or pondering interesting topics for lunch. But few students realize that their tuition at Jesuit not only includes a remarkable education, but also a free ticket to a treasured art collection throughout.  "The museum seems passive and part of the school," says The Roundup's Junior Editor...
As one foot follows the other throughout the halls of Jesuit, the only repetitions other than the seas of scrambling navy blazers are the walls, the structures of our community that resonate with names of the achieved and artistic masterminds. However, while perusing through the art on the Jesuit campus or reading the Monthly Art Focus, one may falsely...
Jesuit students may often come across senior Shane McGoldrick as they pass throughout the halls of the school, hastily rushing to carry out their daily routine. From such surface encounters, Shane exemplifies the typical character of a Man for Others through outstanding participation in academics, community service, and Jesuit Theater. Yet, despite all outward appearances, this seemingly typical senior...
This summer, two students, Holton Shwartz '16 and Trae Allen '16 took an exciting journey unlike most others. They went to Japan. While there, they did everything from learn the language to hike Mt. Fuji. When asked why they chose Japan, Holton replied "I was looking for trips to Europe, but they were all really expensive. Then, I looked 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...
Arriving in front of Jesuit on Monday, April 30, 2012, he uttered a single word: “Wow.” This was not merely an annual return to Jesuit to reminisce about the past.  This was the first time Charles Edmond ’58, the first African-American student to graduate from Jesuit, had stepped foot on either the original Oak Lawn campus or the current...

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