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The great state of Texas may already have two Presidential hopefuls in former El Paso Congressman and Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke and former US Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro, but it’s California Senator Kamala Harris that became the first top-tier 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate to hit the campaign trail in North Texas. Enjoying a two-day campaign swing...
1:00 pm at DFW Airport on Saturday, March 9. Ten Jesuit Dallas Students, two faculty members, and one Traveling Sousa boarded a Boeing 777-200 bound to Paris, France. After one final goodbye to our families, American and French, the students walked past the iconic wishbone into the line for security, ready for our excellent adventure. Snacking on the quintessential...
There is no doubt at all that the NCAA Tournament is now in full swing, having been several amazing and nail-biting games from the Round of 64 to the Elite Eight. From the Purdue-Tennessee haymaker in the Sweet 16, to UC Irvine’s epic upset over #4 seeded Kansas State in the first round, to Duke falling at the hands...
    With the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones set to air April 14, fans will finally see the conclusion to this series. By its end, "Game of Thrones" will have over 100 hours worth of episodes. Having invested so much time into this show, viewers would be sourly disappointed with a mediocre ending, and it is...
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR01YdFtWFI Factorio is a game about laziness. It’s about getting from point A to point B with as little effort as possible. This seemingly simple task becomes complicated, however, because point B is in space, and you need a rocket to get there. Therefore, you - an unnamed engineer stranded in an unnamed hostile world - must build from scratch a...
HBO's Game of Thrones is the television adaption of George R. R. Martin's book series A Song of Ice and Fire. This series is incredibly long and dense, so the show has had to cut some plot lines from it. Most of these plot lines were unimportant, but some of them dramatically change the story. This article will go...
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well.” (Virginia Woolf) Ever since the school year began in late August, SAGE Dining Services has been making breakfast and lunch every day for Jesuit students and faculty. I was able to sit down and talk to the Executive Chef, Ryan Messina, and the SAGE Food Service...
Every NBA title contender’s dream is to get to, and more importantly, win the NBA Finals. However, this road is obviously not easy whatsoever, and there are plenty of obstacles that will inevitably display themselves as serious red flags in an NBA team’s pursuit of a championship. The normal concerns range from injuries to possibly choking a lead in a...

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