The Netflix limited series “Inventing Anna,” created by Shonda
Rhimes, was released on Feb. 11, 2022. The show stars Julia
Garner, Anna Chlumsky, Laverne Cox, Katie Lowes, Alexis Floyd,
Superhero hit “The Batman,” was released on March 4, 2022. The
film was directed by Matt Reeves, who is known for sci-fi
endeavors such as “Cloverfield” and the “Planet of the Apes”
trilogy. The film features a star-studded cast including Robert
Pattinson as Batman, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano, Jeffrey
Wright, Colin Farrell, and Andy Serkis.
Every year students at Jesuit High School Sacramento elect new
representatives to the Executive Student Council. On March 22,
2022, Students listened to each candidate’s speeches and voted,
eventually deciding the members of Jesuit’s new student
For the first time in over two years, students can choose to
attend classes without wearing face masks. This is due to a
change in the Jesuit High School Sacramento masking policy on
March 7, 2022, which states that “masks are now recommended but
Jon Favreau’s “The Book of Boba Fett” premiered on Disney Plus
starting Dec. 29, 2021. The show stars Temuera Morrison as Boba
Fett, Ming-Na Wen as Fennec Shand, Pedro Pascal as The
Mandalorian, and many more special cameos. The show takes place
just after the events of the second season of Jon Favreau’s other
show “The Mandalorian,” and it follows a wounded Boba Fett
on his journey to take over Mos Espa as its benevolent crime
The class of 2023 had their freshman year cut short by COVID-19
pandemic as well as many having their sophomore year fully
digitalized. Now, juniors at Jesuit High School Sacramento are
finishing their first full year on campus, enthusiastic to kick
off their more normal and surely memorable high school
“The Planets” is a seven-movement orchestral suite by Gustav
Holst, which was composed in 1916 and first performed in Sept.
1918. My favorite rendition is the recording by the Berlin
Philharmonic, Rundfunkchor Berlin, and Sir Simon Rattle, which
was released in 2006.
This year provided millions of people with new songs and special albums that deserve to be recognized. This coming Sunday, April 3, is the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, a night that celebrates the music industry and all the art that singers and musicians have created in the past year.
On Oct. 1, 2021, Netflix released the 27th Annual Critics Choice
Nominee series “Maid.” This emotional series is based off of the
true story memoir, “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will
to Survive” by Stephanie Land in 2019. The show features Margaret
Qualley, Nick Robinson, Andie MacDowell, Raymond Ablack, Rylea
Nevaeh Whittet, Anika Noni Rose, and more.
“Don’t Look Up” was released on Dec. 5, 2021 on Netflix and in
theaters. The film follows Leonardo Dicaprio as Dr. Randall
Mindy, a socially anxious, good hearted astronomy professor, and
Jennifer Lawrence as doctoral candidate Kate Dibiasky.
In just two short years at Jesuit High School Sacramento, former
junior transfer Griffen Dresbach-Hill ’22 has been a powerful
force of friendship and compassion.
Kind. Dedicated. Generous. These are words that have come to
describe Michael Palchak ’22 throughout his time at Jesuit High
Student-athlete, Santiago “Santi” Gage ’22 possesses a uniquely
energetic personality, and his enthusiasm led to his election as
Jack Hemmert ’22 works hard, and as his high school career nears its end, the fruits of Jack’s labor have gained focus.
Alonso Lee ’22 shares a lot of himself with the Jesuit High
School Sacramento community and is never afraid to stand up and
speak out about social justice issues.
On Friday Feb. 18, 2022, the Jesuit High School Sacramento
varsity basketball team had their first game of the CIF D2
Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs against Vacaville High School, which
they won 64-52. They then played Elk Grove High School losing
60-51, and thus, ending their season.
On Wednesday, March 2, 2022, the Jesuit High School Sacramento
community celebrated Ash Wednesday in the gym; it marked the
first all-school mass for the first time in two years.
Ms. Jessica Fuentes, the administrative assistant for the offices
of Service and Justice and Campus Ministry, is a new face
supporting the Jesuit High School Sacramento community through
coordinating retreats, administrative work, and helping students
and faculty navigate their questions about Service and Campus
Matthew Mellas ’22, a senior at Jesuit High School Sacramento,
has shown throughout his four years that he is a man of many
talents and passions.
The Jesuit Student Council have constantly been brainstorming
ideas and events to bring the community together and strengthen
the brotherhood. From Feb. 1 until Feb. 10, the Student Council
hosted a ping pong tournament in hopes of bringing students
closer together in friendly competition.