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Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in mid-September, killing 55 and dealing massive damage to the country's infrastructure. Among the damaged buildings was Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola, a fellow Jesuit high school in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Besides damaging the campus, the storm took the homes and livelihoods of students and their families. Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola is a...
In the summer, the average person goes on vacation to an exotic place or goes to visit family in another state. But, have you ever considered going on an immersion trip in the summer to serve others? The Jesuit Community Service Office has many trips they are offering this summer to students of all grade levels, which they encourage...
Intricate snowflakes lined the garnished hallways of Jesuit, with the reverberations of melodious tunes ringing throughout the night. Lights of all colors shone bright both on the outside of the school, and on the convivial dance floor. Diverse in many ways, Jesuit, Ursuline, and Notre Dame School students came together to enjoy a night full of refreshing treats, uncontrollable...
It's nighttime and the city lights dimly illuminate the mountains as the plane descends.  Rushing through Customs, the officer stamps the student's passport to mark the beginning of their international journey.  For seven days over Thanksgiving break, eleven adventuresome Jesuit students embarked on an exchange trip to Guadalajara, Mexico for the first time in nearly a decade. In Guadalajara,...
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...
Going on trips is always exciting especially if it is somewhere far away and unexplored. That was the case for the Jesuit students going to Washington D.C. to have a blast by not only helping themselves but also by helping others on the trip. This past week, nineteen Jesuit students from all four grade levels and some staff took a...
2,584 miles. Language and culture barriers. There are many things separating Dallas, Texas from Quito, Ecuador. To many of us, Ecuador would seem to be in a different world or on a different planet. Many of us haven’t experienced such a unique culture or had the opportunity to meet an Ecuadorian. However, this past summer, 12 Jesuit students and 4...
Among the games, pep rallies, and festivities of Ranger Day this Friday, the halls of Jesuit will be filled with hundreds of boxes of laundry detergent, donated by freshman students. These boxes will be awaiting delivery to the Hillcrest Home, a transitional housing facility for low-income individuals in Dallas living with AIDS. The Hillcrest House provides a stable living environment...

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