Michael Bay strikes again. His newest action thriller film
“Ambulance” stars Eiza González, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Jake
On Feb. 18, 2022, “Uncharted” was released in theaters. The film
stars Tom Holland as Nathan Drake, Mark Wahlberg as Victor
“Sully” Sullivan, and Sophia Taylor Ali as Chloe Frazer. It
opened to overwhelmingly negative critical reviews, and
underwhelming box office results, making only 51 million dollars
in its opening weekend and one of very few movies to make less
than a 1 thousand dollar-per-theater average.
Developed by Crows Crows Crows, the critically acclaimed video
game, “The Stanley Parable,” originally launched in 2013. Lauded
for its wit, humor, and commentary about the nature of choice in
video games, “The Stanley Parable” has now been re-released in
2022 with hours of new content under the moniker “The Stanley
Parable: Ultra Deluxe.”
Taylor Vicente ’22 will be remembered for his academic and
co-curricular excellence. On top of being a high achiever in his
academics, Taylor was an integral part of the nationally
recognized robotics program at Jesuit High School Sacramento.
Thunderous applause echoed throughout the Jesuit High School
Sacramento Black Box Theater on the nights of March 11 through
March 25 as Jesuit drama displayed their annual spring
After playing in the Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauder Band
for four years, William Ruggles ’22 is making the most of his
last year of high school as he assumes leadership positions for
the band and even embarks on his own philanthropic ventures.
For the last four years, Christian Covert ’22 has immersed
himself in all aspects of campus life at Jesuit High School
Sacramento. He is known as a dedicated varsity rugby player and
exuberant classmate, but his most notable involvement is being
the Student Executive Council Vice President.
Growing up as a young Black man trying to navigate this world is
hard. From a young age, I was taught survival skills that I will
have to live with for the rest of my life.
On Thursday, March 31, Jesuit High School Sacramento held their
exciting annual Spring Orchestra Concert. Hosted by Orchestra
Teacher Mr. Paolo Reyes, this production highlighted student
performances from the Beginner Strings, String Orchestra, and
Symphony Orchestra groups.
On April 13, Jesuit High School Sacramento announced that Matthew
Mellas class of 2022’s valedictorian and that J.P. Leatherby ’22
will serve as the salutatorian. These leaders of the senior class
received these honors not just for their stellar academics, but
also for their involvement in the Jesuit community.
On Dec. 20, 2019, Netflix released the first season of the long
awaited “The Witcher” series, starring Henry Cavill. Now with the
release of the second season, I figured it was time to look back
on the first season.
Taking place all throughout February, Sophomore Retreats held by
Jesuit High School Sacramento concluded on March 8.
From mascotting for Jesuit’s Galley Crew to being on the
prosecution team in Mock Trial, Ryder Spradlin ’22 has
accumulated valuable life experience from his engagement in the
many opportunities that Jesuit High School Sacramento has
For Jesuit High School Sacramento teacher, Mr. Timothy Beers,
2022 marks the last school year in which he will teach at Jesuit.
Mr. Beers’ legacy will always be one to remember; he has taught
and coached generations of Marauders with pride and passion.
Spikeball has been on Jesuit High School Sacramento’s campus for
multiple years. Even today, there are students playing Spikeball
daily at lunch and during community periods.
The Social Justice Summit on Human Dignity took place on March 9,
2022 with the goal of teaching students about different aspects
of justice and how they can be applied to world problems
Since Jesuit’s founding in 1963, Jogues Hall, Jesuit’s first
classroom building, still stands tall.
Nick Kasten ’22 is known by teachers and students to be a
brilliant and competent student as well as a remarkable musician.
His enthusiasm and special talents leaves a lasting impression on
the community of Jesuit High School Sacramento.
On Oct. 6, 2020, Jesuit High School Sacramento student Bassem
Mansour ’23 was riding his bike when he was hit by a truck and
dragged 50-feet. After the accident, he had to be airlifted to
the hospital due to severe blood loss.
For the season of Lent, Jesuit High School Sacramento hosted a
week-by-week Lenten Service Drive. Starting March 11 and ending
on April 8, 2022, the Office of Service and Justice collected
specific items in order to fulfill a need in the local Sacramento