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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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If you have ever watched any rowing regatta, you’ll always be able to see eight gigantic men and women powering the boat to the finish line. However, if you take a closer look, you’ll notice a much smaller person in the back of the boat that happens to be the only one not rowing. What could possibly be the...
After enduring a long rain delay Friday night, the Jesuit Rangers vs Plano West game was moved to Saturday morning at 10:30am. However, that didn't stop the Rangers from coming out hungry for another win: 42-0. In the away game at John Clark Stadium, the Rangers erupted early on. They were led by Junior Quarterback Kevin Shuman, who threw for...
When one thinks about Coach Robert "Doogie" Williams, they might think of him as one of Jesuit’s track coaches, football coaches, substitute teachers, or even as a former NFL player. Although Coach Williams is all of these things, he is also so much more. Early Years Robert Cole Williams was born on October 2, 1962 in Galveston, Texas. He attended Alamo...
“Did you see that dunk?” “He’s going to Michigan State!” If you go to school at Jesuit, you’ve heard people in the hallways talking about him. The one and only: Julius Marble. The 6’8 center for the basketball team is unstoppable. Dunk after dunk after dunk with a mix of three-pointers in there as well. Fortunately, the Michigan State...
6:30 AM to 8:30 AM, Monday through Thursday, for 6 weeks in the summer, the Jesuit football team conditioned and worked out in the weight room, waiting for the upcoming football season to begin. While the players prepared themselves physically for the ups and downs of their formidable schedule, they also elected captains to function as leaders of the...
If you went to the football game last Friday, you might have noticed an interesting face in the student section. What was peculiar was that it was a face without a body, nicknamed the Dion Scion (Dye-on Sigh-on). Created by Senior Rudder Allison, the Dion Sign was a popular addition to the student section, bringing good fun and laughter to...
Rugby, to the casual observer, is a game not far removed from American football. It is a game marked by violent collisions and explosive breakaways. Teamwork is essential to the carefully timed lifting up of players of a line-out and the head-to-head shoving matches between 8 players from each team, a scrum. However, for Jesuit Rugby’s newly appointed head...

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