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As hundreds of volunteers gathered in the Terry Center, doused in the light shining in from the stained glass windows, a gentle warmth showered the entirety of the assembly room, a warmth symbolic of the love and compassion present in the annual Adopt-a-Family event. On December 14, 2014, Jesuit families, students, and alumni joined together before Christmas to service the...
How can we work to alleviate the pain of a child's broken heart? Over the past year, the Jesuit Community Service program has become directly tied to an extraordinary charitable organization: HeartGift. HeartGift provides lifesaving heart surgeries for children who live in nations where specialized medical treatment is either non-existent or scarce. These children suffer from a specific condition...
"I served, got out of war, and still had both of my legs," said Mr. Mark Wester, a former sergeant in the U.S. Marines. "I have to remind myself that I am leading a normal life while others are not." Remembering the countless U.S. veterans who have served is very important to Mr. Wester, and he is able to...
Coke vs. Pepsi. Big Mac vs. Whopper. Jesuit vs. ESD. All fundamental rivalries that have a clear winner: Pepsi will always trump Coke, the Big Mac will always crush the Whopper, and the final goes without being said. Sometimes, the answer isn't so obvious. Consider the great INTERACT vs. PALS debate. Both junior service organizations work to achieve the MAGIS...
His fingers shaking, his muscles flexing, his eyeballs bulging out of their sockets, the student frantically picks up the last bottle of medicine at Walmart, finally achieving his last service credit for the year. But, is getting service credits really what the medicine drive is all about?   The 2013 Jesuit Medicine Drive has come along and Ms. Jan Jones and...
Every 3 minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with some form of blood cancer, such as leukemia. For many patients, a bone marrow or cord blood transplant may be their only hope for a cure. However, over 70% of the patients needing a transplant do not have a fully matched donor in their immediate family. These patients...
"Be a part of something great." Students will have an opportunity to do just that on October 8th, 2014 when Jesuit hosts its annual Blood Drive conducted by Carter Blood Care on campus. The event will take place from 7:30 AM until 3:00 PM in the Terry Center. The donation takes no longer than 10-12 minutes, but the process as...
The Jesuit student, clad in his blue polo, hunches over, entering the small white tent filled with doctors and patients. He slowly lifts up his right hand revealing a large white bag, filled to the brim with medical supplies like cough syrup, reading glasses, and toothpaste. The patients loudly exclaim joyful cheers at the sight of such marvels, as...

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