Rowing is one of the oldest collegiate sports and has been a part of almost every Olympic Games. The first American regatta, or rowing race, took place in 1762 and now crew athletes compete in races held all over the country.
Being one of the best wrestlers at Jesuit High School Sacramento, Clark Parry ’21 has tousled with the best. Placing first in his most recent tournament, it seems like nobody can take him down.
ELK GROVE — When a member of the Sheldon High School basketball team steals the ball from an opponent, it usually results in one outcome: a highlight-reel dunk on the other end, sometimes over a helpless defender.
In a game featuring the Sac-Joaquin Section’s best two teams, fans should be excited as Jesuit High School Sacramento battles the Sheldon High School Huskies this Saturday, Feb. 1.
What is cheating? Cheating could be a lot of different things. Cheating in a relationship, on a test, or in a game. Any form of cheating is wrong, but is in human nature to cheat?
According to a study by Caveon, 80% of “high-achieving” high school students admit to cheating. If almost everyone is cheating, then what’s the big deal?
The Blood Drive is Jesuit High School’s annual tradition of giving blood. This life-saving practice has been at Jesuit for more than 20 years, and its most recent entry was last Thursday, Jan. 16.
This year, Jesuit collectively donated 46 pints of blood. This number is lower than previous years, with last year’s Blood Drive collecting 70 pints of blood.
The Mass for Peace and Justice in the Spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. has been a long-standing tradition for Jesuit High School.
In typical fashion, the mass plans to highlight the accomplishments of Martin Luther King Jr. There will be quotes displayed from the famous activist as students and teachers enter the gym.
Looking to keep a perfect Delta League record, the Jesuit High School Marauders came up short in a 70-59 loss to the Franklin High School Wildcats on Wednesday.
The result marks Franklin’s second straight Delta League win as the team defeated Pleasant Grove High School last Friday.
After being down 8 points at halftime, Franklin outscored Jesuit 45-26 in the second half.
On the afternoon of Jan. 15, the Jesuit High School Marauders will battle the Davis High School Blue Devils at Playfields Park in Davis.
The Marauders look to continue their success after amassing a perfect league record with wins over Elk Grove High School, Sheldon High School, and Cosumnes Oak High School.
Davis has also started the season well, holding a 6-2-1 overall record. Aware of the looming threat that the Blue Devils will present, defender Michael Roush ’21 notes that a favorable outcome will rely on the team full effort.
In arguably the Sac-Joaquin Section’s most thrilling game this season, the Jesuit High School Marauders pulled off a 60-59 overtime win against the Christian Brothers High School Falcons on Saturday.
The win marks Jesuit’s fifth consecutive victory against its longtime rival and improves the team’s record to 10-3.
Everyone knows the famous saying “the grass is greener on the other side.” This proverb, however, is challenged by Korean director Bong Joon-ho in his film, “Parasite,” which pits the different classes of society together in his darkly comedic thriller.
The main focus of the film, the Kim family, represent the poor of society, scavenging for free Wi-Fi and desperate for work. Their cluttered and rundown semi-basement apartment exploits their destitute conditions.
For several years at Jesuit High School, the Examen has been a capstone to each afternoon, closing every school day with a reflection rooted in Ignatian spirituality, but this past year, the Daily Examen has seen a change.
In the first reflection of each week, usually a Monday, students are now given a guiding question to direct their daily contemplation. Throughout the week, students are reminded of the guiding question with additional questions that explore the week’s themes.
Pitted against talented basketball programs from the U.S. and Canada, the Jesuit High School Marauders notched a 3rd place finish at the 46th annual Fr. Barry Christmas Classic last week.
During the cold winter, hundreds of thousands of families celebrate the holidays with food insecurity. Jesuit High School’s Christmas Food Drive helps to provide for these families from Dec. 2 to 13.
Looking around the expansive campus of Jesuit High School, students might notice the new signs that decorate the campus, promoting Jesuit’s ideals and identifying specific locations.
In a closely fought battle between neighborhood rivals, the Jesuit High School Marauders defeated the Rio Americano High School Raiders 1-0 on Friday, Dec. 6.
To most, it seemed like the 2019 Jesuit High School water polo season got off to a slow start.
With a chance to defend his title, Jesuit High School runner Matt Strangio ’20 finished first at the Division I CIF State Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 30.
Each year, Jesuit High School hosts several Shadow Days that allow potential Jesuit students to “shadow” a current student for a day. Prospective students get a glimpse of what life is like on campus and in the classrooms during a typical school day.
Amongst being a world traveller and skilled mathematician, Mr. Nicholas Llanos has come to Jesuit High School to bring his active yet relaxed teaching style to the school.
After teaching Integrated Math at Grant High School, Mr. Llanos became dissatisfied with the personal interaction with the district, causing him to look for opportunities elsewhere.