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While care for others serves as a fundamental value of Ignatian spirituality, equally as significant is care for oneself, especially in terms of physical health. This spring, a new approach to I-Day explores the importance of healthy habits and the fulfilment of physical fitness, an essential component of the Jesuit profile. Jesuit students experienced the second Igantian Day of the...
“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...
12:16, Monday afternoon. The sixth-period bell rings, and junior Thomas Cluck races down the breezeway, hustling to secure a spot toward the front of the cafeteria line. As he sprints past the senior courtyard, he ignores his surrounds and hones his focus on the prize of warm chicken and rice. He approaches the entrance of the empty cafeteria, nothing...
“TOUCHDOWN!” yell the commentators; the crowd erupts, and the Jesuit Varsity Football team celebrates. It is EJ Smith, the team’s star running back, catching a touchdown pass to take the lead in Jesuit’s first home football game! Currently a junior at Jesuit, EJ has caught the eye of many around Dallas and around the country. I was lucky enough...
A record voter turnout, and an unprecedented result of a sophomore vs. junior ticket. The crazy Student Council Primaries have broken nearly all the norms of a typical Jesuit election. At this point, nothing is certain. With two tickets running for Student Body President and Vice President, the elections on Tuesday, March 5 will determine the victor. Who are the Candidates? The...
  Boxing. It is not just a sport, it is an art that one must master. One up and coming boxer who is learning this art form happens to be Jesuit’s one and only, Hector "Bueno" Juarez.  Luckily, Hector was willing to be interviewed and talked about his recent boxing career. Stick around to learn more about the boxer himself. Q:...
As the second semester begins, we return back to a new Jesuit: new schedules, new classes... and new rules? This semester, a homeroom will now have to clean the cafeteria after breakfast. So, is this a rule to appreciate or disdain? The Good The student-operated cleaning crew can be seen as an asset to Jesuit, as Deo Shaji ‘22 said, “students should...
A thick smog coats the skyline, smearing the clouds and swallowing the towering San Gabriel Mountains of Los Angeles. We walked single-file, cautiously, further and further south of downtown. As we proceeded, we watched as city blocks became more barren. It didn’t seem like street sweepers even bothered. In-N-Out napkins and heroin needles alike were sprinkled along street gutters. When...

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