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As the weather cools and exams approach, students must remember what it means to be a Jesuit student. The stress of exams and the calendar year coming to an end puts Jesuit students under extreme amounts of pressure. It is important for us to succeed in our academic life and also to make sure we are living are lives in...
Man has a long and colorful history with horses. Whether used as a means of transportation, exploration, war, agriculture, ranching or just a fun trail ride, we have established a very strong relationship. One that now has evolved into even more profound and meaningful ways in the field of healing. Equine therapy is a relatively new area of humans...
Boarding a plane headed towards a new country or state, the Jesuit students wave goodbye to their families and embark on a trip that will give them an insight to the culture of their new home for anywhere from 8 to 14 days. But besides a glimpse into culture, these students will work to better the lives of the people...
A bustling group of young teenagers with the Jesuit logo plastered across their chest and elderly folks wearing their native clothes, approach a golden beach. Soon one group ventures into a separated small lagoon, marked by a shallow sand bar, while another settles down by some rocks overlooking the ocean. At the lagoon, the elderly wade into the water...
Eight years ago, Jesuit only hosted one immersion trip for the entire school. Today, Jesuit offers 6 different opportunities for students to travel and immerse themselves in a culture unlike their own. The 6 different trips currently offered include Nicaragua 1, Nicaragua 2, Rural Peru, Lima, Quito, and Alaska. Each trip is completely unique, offering an experience different from the...
Last Wednesday, Jesuit hosted its third annual  "Be the Match" Bone Marrow Registry Donor Drive, in which potential bone marrow donors are found and connected to patients in need of a life-saving marrow transplant. Be the Match compiles a database of potential donors of bone marrow to cancer patients. Each year at Jesuit, about 200 students volunteer to be potential donors. Students...
A student steps forward slowly onto the dark, green grass, his eyes fixated on a small edifice in front of him. Beside him, two of his fellow friends also trek forward, their gaze shifting towards the structure. The building stands level with those around it, a seemingly insignificant house or store. However, erupting from the light brown roof, a...
Every fall, following the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, millions of Jews around the world observe the Sukkot holiday. The Sukkot, or Feast of Tabernacles in Hebrew, commemorates both the harvest feast in Ancient Israel as well as the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. In modern times, Jews around the world celebrate this holiday by...

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