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Why not coed?

Why not coed?

April 24, 2018

It isn’t any secret that Jesuit High School is an all-boys school. Yet, do students know why? “I think that it has everything to do with tradition,” said Will Roberts ’18. “The all-boys environment is an integral part of what makes the scho...

Merit-Based Scholarships: Why Not at Jesuit?

Merit-Based Scholarships: Why Not at Jesuit?

December 15, 2017

The Big Idea Jesuit High School has been known for its strong academics and outstanding sports programs while not offering Merit-Based Scholarships. So why has Jesuit not started to offer Merit-Based Scholarships? One obvious reason why Jes...

That White Powder We All Crave

That White Powder We All Crave

November 16, 2017

Boys, it’s that time of year again. The air gets cold, the climate gets damp, and the white powder begins to fall in Lake Tahoe, Colorado, and Canada. I know there are some adrenaline junkies out there that love the fresh white powder after a hard storm ...

Bear’s Den

Bear’s Den

October 3, 2017

It was rumored that everyone would be at the football game between the Jesuit High School Marauders and the Granite Bay High School Grizzlies. My good friend David Ryan ‘18 came by my house at 6:30 p.m. that Friday night to pick me up. “Hurry...

Rob in the Field

October 2, 2017

Ask a Marauder: Episode 1

September 14, 2017

Editor’s Note: April 2017

William Porter, Copy Editor

April 25, 2017

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For the April print edition of The Plank, a whole new “shadow” staff was created and filled with Juniors and Sophomores who then acted as understudies to their Senior counterparts.These apprenticeships will serve to instill in next year’s staff a sense of responsibility that is necessary to run The Plank effectively and efficiently next year. Valuable lessons have been taught in each specialized job. From Copy Editor to Features Editor, each member has begun to lea...

The Marauder’s weapon of choice

The Marauder’s weapon of choice

March 7, 2017

Throughout the progression of civilization, history indicates that the greatest warriors possessed ambition, fearlessness, and selflessness, placing the unit above the individual. The warrior also possesses both mental and physical strength to overco...

Meme culture and Jesuit High School

Meme culture and Jesuit High School

March 7, 2017

The year thus far has given much cause for discussion at Jesuit High School. The primary cause for this flurry of discourse was (unsurprisingly) the unfolding of a particularly divisive and controversial election season. Inspired in part by the fury an...

Editor’s Note: March 2017

Riley Spieler, Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2017

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Dearest readers, This month, you might have noticed a slight anomaly in our print. The article that I prepared, titled “Meme Culture and Jesuit High School,” explored how memes can denigrate serious points and distract us from discussion. Yet this month’s cover feature was a satire on the prevalence of Igloos at Jesuit. Isn’t such a hysterical piece distracting from, even subversive of, the other content in the paper? Consider another possibility: this is ...

This is The Plank

This is The Plank

December 15, 2016