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On Saturday, September 21st, 2014, downtown Dallas held the Peace Day Dallas Awareness Walk. It ran from 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., beginning and ending at the Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance. Peace Day Dallas consisted of walking around the downtown area, directed by an audio guide that took you through the many historic places in Downtown's...
Ecstatic former students from the Notre Dame School of Dallas came to Jesuit on Friday December 12, for a special  holiday tradition, the 7th annual Notre Dame School Christmas Dance. This year marked the biggest turnout for the dance as 20 percent more students from Notre Dame came than last year, completely filling the cafeteria while dancing to the music played by the famous...
Playing catch, rolling over, and performing tricks, the dogs put on a show for the audience, their magnificence putting the crowd in awe. Some say dogs are man's best friend, but to the Jesuit therapy dog program they are much more than that. Dogs serve as a way to connect to people, no matter who they are or where...
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...
It’s a warm and humid day in Nicaragua, dozens of elementary school children have gathered for a brand new day of school. However, when they arrive, they find an assortment of over 20 young men ranging from 14 to 18 years old and of every kind of ethnicity and physique.  The kids introduce themselves to the Jesuit guys who...
Day 3: Let the Work Begin It’s work day – work day in the community. Today is the first day I truly immerse myself into the Nicaraguan culture and local population. Another 7:00 AM wakeup call and another excruciatingly long bus ride awaits. We finally arrive at our destination, Rincon De Garcia. I find my group shortly after devouring my lunch. With...
Here at Jesuit, there is a great emphasis on service towards others, evidenced by Jesuit's motto, "Men for Others." There are a variety of ways Jesuit serves others in the community, such as fundraisers, community service projects, and mission trips. These trips are unique because they allow students to experience firsthand how poverty in today's world affects not only local communities, but...
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...

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