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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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When I first went to find images to include in this article, I simply typed in "The Truman Show." The search results began loading in and one thing immediately caught my eye. Beneath the movie's title, the search engine had categorized the 1998 film as a Drama/Fantasy. Twenty years ago, the story of Truman Burbank, a man whose life...
A freshman rushes to the Info Commons to print an essay the passing period before his class. He sends his file to the printer only to find that it has died once again. Defeated, the freshman settles on a lame excuse for not having his assignment. This freshman’s tragedy is a staple of the Jesuit experience. Usually, after the...
*Note that this list is purely my own opinion. I'm basing it off of originality, past performances by developers, and released content thus far.   10. Just Cause 3 - Avalanche Studios (PS4, Xbone, PC) 2015 Just Cause 2 was one word: chaos. Heck, the currency system collected by destroying a dictator's military facilities was even called Chaos. The series is an...
Diamondbacks @ Brewers D-backs’ Key Player: Ian Kennedy. Kennedy, who sports a 21-4 record (including a 12-1 record since the All-Star break) and a 2.88 ERA this season, has been shut down so far this year. If the D-backs expect to win, they’ll need perfection out of their ace. Brewers’ Key Player: Corey Hart. The right fielder doesn’t lead the Brewers...
At least for me, this was a great year for music.  Particularly, this was a great year for the radio.  Never have I found so much to enjoy on both Top 40 and Alternative radio.  Sure, there were still unbearable songs that made me change the station every time they came on, such as “Call me Maybe,” or “Stronger...
The stories of Americans who gathered in jubilation after the death of Osama bin Laden Sunday night initially struck me as glorious, inspiring, and empowering, to list just a few adjectives. I watched the Phillies vs. Mets game in Philadelphia, which was interrupted for more than 10 minutes in the ninth inning by “USA!” chants around the stadium; the...

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