A sophomore shares what he misses and what he's grateful for during self-isolation.
Blog Voices Archive
A story from a time of quarantine and social distancing by Alex Hall, theology teacher and track coach
A video message of love and appreciation for the Class of 2020.
De Smet Jesuit Chaplain Chris Schroeder, S.J. ’00 reflects on this unexpected Lenten season.
The hashtag #DSJonTheRise takes on new meaning as Spartans rise above the coronavirus challenge to continue to be men and women for and with others.
Rower Edward Sowash '20 shares how he found the right sport for him, just a little west of campus.
Reflecting during Lent can shed light on where we need to plant and where we need to prune.
English teacher Robert Bergman '93 reflects on the unifying power of our personal stories.
What. A. Year. Thank you, Spartan Country. Here's a video year in review.
Six tips to manage student stress during the holidays from our counseling department.
Cramming for the final exam takes on new meaning as Dr. Baxendale reflects on hope during the Advent season.
This is messy work. Mr. Plein reflects on our role as a school with the Universal Apostolic Preferences.
A call to connect with one another through times of shared suffering and shared healing...another insightful blog from Robert Bergman, '93.
Two young men with different personalities and different needs move to St. Louis right before high school...both found their own way and a new home at De Smet Jesuit.
Robert Bergman ’93 shares how manual labor, the sacrifice of his parents, and a canceled check helped him understand the true worth of his education.