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Editorial: Sound of Silence

Editorial: Sound of Silence

October 18, 2016

This Tuesday, October 18th, is a unique day with big meaning for a handful of students at Jesuit High School. These students will be alienating themselves from normal school life in a peculiar way: committing to not using their voices for the entire...

Discerning the call

Discerning the call

June 24, 2015

Every student attending Jesuit High School is taught about the history of The Society of Jesus and educated according to the Jesuit’s philosophies. Some students, however, took Jesuit’s ideals to heart and graduated determined to follow The Socie...

A chapter of the world

A chapter of the world

April 21, 2015

Freshman David Crowley does not like to vacation.  He likes to immerse himself in the unique culture and flavor of foreign nations, which is why he selected to take an extended stay in Nepal this summer from June 26 to July 13 with National Geographic. David...

Running towards success

Running towards success

December 29, 2014

In a sport that not many people follow closely, it is hard to make a name for yourself. Junior Sean Kurdy, one of Jesuit High School’s cross country runners, is trying to do just that. Sean is a remarkably talented runner for the Jesuit Marauder’s Cross Country team. Along with his high hopes for the season, he per...

Life long passion

Life long passion

October 21, 2014

The first year of teaching Jesuit High School choir, last year, was a new experience for Mr. Rex Rallanka '96, Director of Chamber Choir, but he is looking forward to what the the future holds. Participating in choirs in high school and then majoring...

A monument to our identity

A monument to our identity

September 18, 2014

Jesuit High School is constantly growing. Last year’s iPad initiative and this year’s schedule alteration illustrate how the school is constantly trying to tether its curriculum and Jesuit influence to help its students expand their knowledge and...

Adam McGrew '15

Sacrifice translates to understanding

September 11, 2014

The MDA Summer Camp is a chance to give kids with neuromuscular disease a world of their own. While being entertained with arts and crafts, swimming, relay races and much more, these campers get a chance to meet others with similar disabilities. MDA camp...

Freshman retreat: a 26-year tradition

Freshman retreat: a 26-year tradition

September 9, 2014

Jesuit’s 26th annual  Freshman Overnight is a time where friendships will blossom, games will be played, and everyone will get closer to their fellow Marauders and God. “Freshman Overnight retreat is the prime [retreat] for building brotherhood,”...