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With all the drama continuing to erupt around the upcoming Presidential election this coming November, it is important to remember that many Senators and all the members of the House of Representatives are also up for re-election. While the presidency catches the attention of most Americans as the most important office, the majority in both chambers of Congress can...
Many young men have passed through the halls of Jesuit and gone on to lead accomplished and distinguished lives. As students, we cannot fully appreciate what being “a man for others” means, nor how the many experiences that we share at Jesuit will influence us until later in life. I recently met one Ranger alum that captured my interest: a...
To cap a marathon high-stakes, high-drama day in politics starting with the bombshell testimony from US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland in the House Impeachment Inquiry into President Donald Trump in front of the House Intelligence Committee and ending with hours of ensuing testimony on Capitol Hill, the ten qualifying Democratic Presidential candidates took the debate stage...
Ask any of the Jesuit faculty, and they will tell you being a teacher is hard work. From writing curriculum to grading, Jesuit teachers work tirelessly to provide the best education possible. It is because of this commitment that when a faculty member does something beyond teaching, it is truly unique. Mr. TJ Howard embodies this idea. While he is...
In what was the largest field of primary candidates to take the same stage on the same night, the Democratic presidential hopefuls met in Westerville, Ohio, to continue to try to gain support for their campaigns. Hosted by CNN and the New York Times, the October 15 debate touched on ongoing issues and new developments. Twelve candidates qualified for...
When the word "community" and "Jesuit" are in the same sentence, it is safe to say that it involves service of some form or fashion. However, the three days the Class of 2020 spent in Glen Rose, TX, from October 1 through October 3, focused on something completely different. Compared to other retreats, Community Days is less formal and restricted,...
Dak Prescott: “I told Taco good luck on everything. I didn’t tell him congrats on that sack or anything. I could have thrown it away, but he can have that one” Reporter: "Why didn't you throw it away then?" Dak: "Completion percentage." This relaxed response from Dak on being sacked by his old teammate really emphasizes how the game went for the...
“Pull!” Boom! Boom! “Dead pair!” The athletes on the Jesuit Competitive Shooting Team analyze the clays’ flight path together to get a sense for the proper lead needed to dust both of the birds. As one pair is thrown, adjustments are made for the next athlete's betterment and success. This is how many tournaments unfold for the team. The team...

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