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Ah, the senior courtyard. We've all seen it, but only a fourth of us have been in it. As a freshman, you look in at it with awe as the thought of seeing yourself inside seems light years away. When you're a sophomore, you look slightly down upon the ogling freshman and chuckle as you remember when you were...
After a yearlong wait, Jesuit’s much hyped athletic facility was finished and finally opened to Ranger athletes in mid-October 2011.  And of course, as the opening day came closer and closer, excitement and speculation permeated the “water- cooler” talk of students and faculty alike. Despite Jesuit's success in athletics over the recent years, including championships in rugby, soccer, cycling, and...
Jesuit has undergone a plethora of renovations lately, including the construction of the 2009 wing, the all new football stadium, and the current renovation of the all new locker room facility. Unsurprisingly, another new renovation is set to take place on the Jesuit campus beginning in late May 2011, cutting the school year one week short. The school’s 1962 wing,...
Every day, students notice the construction of the new locker rooms as they walk to athletics or classes in the Terry Center. We all know what's being constructed; however, most people aren't aware of the important details.                In an interview with Assistant Principal Mr. Fred Donahue, I had the opportunity to find out a lot of the details of...
The future may well be what the new Haggar stadium and library represent — and not just because they have exposed glass and steel and none of the corny nostalgic touches that stadiums and libraries go in for these days. Jesuit didn't want its modernized stadium and library to only look like the future.  Jesuit wanted them to shape...

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