"COVID-19, quarantine, and recent civil unrest have all presented many challenges to our lives, and one of those is an increased need for patience and understanding," says Rob Bergman '93 in this latest blog post.
Blog Voices Archive
Man of the Year Sebastian Martin '20 explains the difference between brotherhood and friendship to the incoming Class of 2024 during the first ever virtual freshman orientation.
Building a fort with his children, Robert Bergman '93 reflects on time, traditions, and tranquility.
Assistant Principal Pete Musso '89 reflects on the opportunities remote learning affords us to reimagine school.
What do we do best at De Smet Jesuit? Kevin Ruder '93 shares his answer as an alumnus, father, and newly announced Interim President.
This episode of Spartan Voices LIve! features Catalina Martinez, Director of Diversity and Inclusion.
For this most unusual of Holy Thursdays, Dr. Pete Musso '89 offers this reflection. Where is your sacred supper?
With the newest member of the family sleeping in his arms, Mr. Place chats with Fr. Schroeder about remote teaching, the ultimate Frisbee season that barely began, and time at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
English teacher Robert Bergman '93 finds consolation in an unexpected connection with a colleague and challenges us to do the same.
Watch the first episode of Spartan Voices Live where we talk to our two youngest teachers and ASCs, Mr. Howe and Mr. Russell, about how they are adapting to self-isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic and remote teaching.
A sophomore shares what he misses and what he's grateful for during self-isolation.
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.