Monday, November 23, 2020

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This Summer, nine members of our faculty and staff are walking a route in Spain with sites related to the life of St. Ignatius. The following post by Mr. David Berend is the tenth in a series of their reflections. Greetings from the Finance office rep in Spain! Our hostel last night in Cervera was operated by nuns. Part of their...
Drunk driving is responsible for the deaths of over 10,000 people a year. Despite corny television ads and the flashing road signs informing drivers that “buzzed driving is drunk driving” on their daily commute, the statistics for drunk driving remain staggeringly high, so much so that it’s almost unfathomable to think that those numbers are more than half of...
Nelson Cruz missing an easy fly ball to secure a World Series. Dwayne Wade singlehandedly carrying the Heat to a Finals win over the Mavericks. The Stars losing to the Blues in the 2nd round in Game seven last year. Tony Romo fumbling the hold and getting tackled by a Seahawks player to lose the wild card game. These images...
On October 16, 2011, a dedication took place in Washington D.C. for the memorial of the most important civil rights leader in our nation’s history, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  King led much of the Civil Rights Movement during the 1950s and 1960s, beginning with his involvement in the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955. Dr. King’s birthday, which is celebrated...
Going into Washington, I had high hopes for the Cowboys. Now, after this loss to Tennessee, things look desperate heading into Philadelphia this week. The Cowboys appear to be a sinking ship, but the question is "Can the ship be saved?" Play Calling The first issue, and probably the most obvious, is poor play calling. The Cowboys tend to continuously run...
In the beginning was the word, the word of the people, free to express their thoughts and ideas on paper. Until recently, however, Jesuit transcended from expressing itself on paper to the digital world. And thus, www.jesuitroundup.org was born. During the first two years of its young life, two great men, Robert Uhl '11 and Clark Durham '12, helped...
The Atypical Jobs of Typical People- Part II: Bill DeOre '65 What if you offended people for a living? While that may not be on the job description for an editorial cartoonist, it certainly comes with the territory. Bill DeOre, who graduated from Jesuit in 1965, knows better than most the trials and tribulations such cartoonists have to overcome. After all, he was...
A classmate identified Carl as the “embodiment of a Ranger of the Week.” Jesuit named senior Carl Wilson with their weekly honor for his exceptional work in the classroom, dedication to his teammates, and commitment to service. Carl currently serves as an Executive Big Brother and will be leading Senior Retreat. An honor roll student who “does a great job...

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