2020 has often been referred to as one of the most difficult years in modern history. As the Jesuit High School Sacramento community starts the new year, they reflect back on 2020 and share their hopes for a better year in 2021.
After finding success with previous Spirit Activities, the Jesuit High School Sacramento Student Executive Council has prepared the first-ever Cornhole Tournament on Wednesday, Feb. 24, from 12-3 p.m.
For its second Spirit Activity of the semester, Jesuit High School Sacramento held a Pingpong Tournament on Wednesday, Feb. 3.
Back at Jesuit High School Sacramento for the first time in 50 years after becoming the pastor at St. Ignatius Loyola Parish, Father Tom Lucas S.J. ’70 will be the guest speaker at the school’s 2nd Annual President’s Ignatian Lecture on Feb. 11 at 7:00 p.m.
Opinion: PlayStation 5 has its ups and downs, but has innovative features that bring a new level of immersion to players
Released on Nov. 12, the PlayStation 5 is the newest and most powerful gaming console from Sony. With so many other competing consoles on the market, however, it can be difficult to decide if Sony’s new platform is worth the costly price of admission.
After hosting a seemingly successful NBA2K Tournament a few weeks ago, Jesuit High School Sacramento is getting ready to hold its second Spirit Activity of the semester, a pingpong tournament on Wednesday, Feb. 3.
The following is a part of a series of articles written around women’s voices on campus at Jesuit High School Sacramento. This article focuses on the various aspects of sexism, perspectives and experiences, and the way forward towards equality.
In an attempt to bring the school’s community together, Jesuit High School Sacramento held its first Spirit Activity event of the semester on Jan. 13.
Year after year, one of the most popular destinations for seniors who graduate from Jesuit High School Sacramento is Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.
After concluding the first semester, which saw many students safely return to campus amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Jesuit High School Sacramento is looking to build on this success in the second semester.
Opinion: “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” builds upon its predecessors, but still has some shortcomings
Released by Activision and created by Treyarch, “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” uses the usual Call of Duty style of having three game modes: Campaign, Zombies, and Multiplayer. It also comes with a fun addition from the previous “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Game,” Warzone.
Making an easier transition to high school for freshmen has always been a top priority for Jesuit High School Sacramento. But with the pandemic limiting in-person interaction, and after having complete online learning until Oct. 20, this year’s freshmen class hasn’t had a typical introduction to the Jesuit community.
To conclude each semester, Jesuit High School Sacramento has its “finals week” — typically one of the more stressful times of the school year for both students and teachers. But due to the pandemic, the school made some modifications to finals for the Fall semester.
There’s a lot of imagery that surrounds Christmas.
In Catholic tradition, the Christmas season celebrates the birth of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the Son of Mary. Angels announced this good news to shepherds in a field, who found him wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manager. Three gentile wise men, guided by a star, traveled to visit the new-born king and present him with gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Then, as now, it is a time of revelation, wonder, and joy. God is with us.
With final exams over and the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year in the books, members of the Jesuit High School Sacramento community are enjoying their Christmas Break. But while the holidays are usually a time to come together, things are sure to be different this year considering that four of California’s five regions are under a stay-at-home order.
Jesuit High School Sacramento prides itself on having a brotherhood that is welcoming to new students and enduring for its graduates.
This final edition of “What it means to be a Marauder?” examines the thoughts of Jesuit High School Sacramento alumni who contrast their times as students to being on campus today.