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If you happened to drive by the Northpark Center on the morning of October 26, 2019, you might have noticed streets blocked off for some race. You also might've seen a stage like that for a concert. The sea of pink, however, should've certainly revealed the heart and soul of this event. This last Saturday morning in October marks the...
13 deaths. Over 60,000 homes damaged. Over $9 billion dollars in damage. 136,000 workers now currently unemployed. Families uprooted. Friends separated. Lives changed. These are just some of the consequences of the flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana that took place 2 weeks ago. On August 12th, Baton Rouge received a torrential downpour of rain, reaching rates of 2-3 inches per...
“…To give and not count the cost, to fight and not to heed the wounds…” these are the words given to us from St. Ignatius in his prayer for generosity. This prayer embodies everything that Dallas Jesuit and other Jesuit schools across the nation strive for, characteristics like brotherhood, service before self, commitment, and integrity. One specific characteristic that Dallas...
“Teach us to give and not to count the cost.” — St. Ignatius of Loyola   Aptly displayed on the Jesuit Auction homepage, this revealing excerpt from Ignatius’ prayer demonstrates the larger goal for the annual Jesuit Auction: generosity. Jesuit Dallas strives to make admission available to all qualified applicants, regardless of availability to pay, and this auction goes a long way...
“You can’t look around your house without finding an item made by a trafficked human,” states Christian Roberts ’14, member of the Not for Sale Club. Indeed, it is estimated that 14,500 to 17,500 persons are brought into the United States each year for labor or sexual exploitation. In fact, in a 2-mile radius around Jesuit is the biggest human trafficking area...
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...
Jesuit students, huddled around tables, filling bags with the sustenance of life, prepared 87,000 meals for hungry children in Zambia. 87,000 of anything is an enormous amount, but to have 87,000 meals, packaged by hand in one day, is a major accomplishment, an accomplishment which will feed 761 orphans for an entire year. This massive event served as the junior...
They were sinking buckets for charity. Playing in a basketball tournament is always fun, but the club “Brothers for Others” decided to combine fun with charity to raise money for one of the many organizations that they serve. On January 23, the “Brothers for Others” club hosted their annual 3v3 basketball tournament. Teams enter the competition with an entry fee...

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