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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,...
Trepidation, fear, and anxiety are usually felt when meeting movie stars, with questions regarding what to say or how to act immediately filling one’s head. When meeting Tanner Kalina '10, these feelings are immediately erased with a warm welcome and a pleasant sense of brotherhood that can be felt from a past Jesuit graduate. Starting out acting at the ripe...
Service is the quintessential aspect of a Jesuit education. Many clubs and organizations at Jesuit are solely dedicated to service. Seniors are even excused from most classes one day each week to serve others. While service is a requirement at Jesuit, this key element can unfortunately be ignored after graduation. Some Jesuit alumni, however, still manage to continue to serve...
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....
Many of us take AP tests in the Spring, but what we all worry about is studying for the test, and eventually taking it. However, we often ignore or take for granted what happens after we take the daunting test. Well, luckily, we have our very own AP grader here at Jesuit: Mr. Dondis. I recently interviewed him to...
Here at Jesuit, we have many alums who have accomplished great things. From golfer Jordan Spieth to this year's distinguished alum Congressman Michael McCaul, Jesuit alums truly exemplify careers and talents across the career spectrum. Recently, another former Jesuit student, Sean Desmond '89, a book editor best known for his work on President George Bush's political biography, Decision Points, visited...
With numerous essays, multiple tests a week, and the pressure of crafting that ideal college resume, many argue that junior year is the most difficult year of a student’s Jesuit career. While the course-load can be often difficult to manage and sometimes overwhelming, some students are able to take this time of challenge as an opportunity to flourish, both...
Of all the values that Jesuit attempts to instill into its students, Men for Others is by far the one most emphasized. It signifies service to fellow man, service for the Greater Glory of God. Four Jesuit seniors have embraced this call to serve, and will continue to do so as they enter military academies next fall. They are Garrett...

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