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It’s 9:59 a.m. in the Information Commons. It’s a nice Thursday morning, with the sun shining, the birds chirping. A lot is going on today, but most importantly, the next release of Supreme is dropping at exactly 10:00 a.m. As Mr. Moyse in the Commons quiets the rowdy students, the clock strikes 10. The students quickly click the refresh...
Isle of Dogs (2018), is the newest stop-motion animation film from famed director Wes Anderson, known for such works as The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), Moonrise Kingdom (2012), and Rushmore (1998).   Isle of Dogs is Wes Anderson's second stop-motion animation film. His first, Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), is an adaptation of the famous children's book written by Roal Dahl. Fantastic Mr. Fox was praised by many for its...
  An alumni of Jesuit, Mr. Ornelas is a very prominent member in our Jesuit society. Not only as a sophomore counselor, but also as a leader in the arrival of Jesuit's up and coming cultural committee for both parents and students.  Mr. Ornelas is also the current Director of Diversity. So, I was able to sit down with him and...
College can be quite expensive, and many times, students across the United States cannot go to the college of their choice due to their financial status. But, what makes college so expensive anyway? Why would an undergraduate degree at a top-tier school amount to more than +60k a year? The student debt amounted to college loans is astronomically high,...
Perhaps you've been following the most controversial action yet enacted by the Trump administration: the decision to temporarily shut down the Office of Refugee Resettlement and, to prohibit foreign nationals of seven nations from entering the United States. Although a federal court has suspended the enforcement of the executive order, its legal future remains uncertain. In addition, upcoming executive...
Today's world is overloaded with hip-hop artists that glorify money, drugs, and an endless list of sin and vices. These artists capture their listeners, who are mainly between the ages of 18-34, with fast rhymes, catchy beats, and explicit language. This music has seemingly taken over pop culture and our radios, which begs the question: What about this music attracts...
The booming of artillery shells making impact with the unstable, viscous mud, the discordant shrill of trench whistles, and the insufferable gloom encompassed Northern France 100 years ago. Soldiers faced brutal conditions, surrounded by disease and a sense of hopelessness. In this age of modern war, a new advent of military innovation met with outdated, 19th century tactics, which...
Heated debate and fiery rhetoric are exchanged amid the controversial election. Passionate students on both sides vie to get a few words in the conversation. The ultimate decider looms: A vote. In the days leading up to the election, Jesuit held a mock presidential election to determine the Jesuit student body's selection for the next President of the United States....

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